Non-English Glyphs
Part 3 of 3

Last week I covered Ð, ð, Þ, and þ. This week I'm doing Ŋ, ŋ, Ɲ, ɲ, IJ, and ij. These glyphs all have the j terminal, so it made sense to draw them at the same time. Ŋ and ŋ Eng (Ŋ, ŋ) is pretty simple. These glyphs are essentially the lowercase j descender attached to the bottom of the right vertical stroke of [...]

2017-10-24T11:36:46-07:00October 24th, 2017|Categories: How, Type|Tags: , , , |

Non-English Glyphs
Part 1 of 3

Now that I'm all finished with figures, I'm going to back track—as far as forms are concerned—to alphabetic glyphs. I'm going to tackle non-English glyphs. This does not include characters with diacritics, as most diacritics can be added to existing glyphs in the simple English alphabet. I'm refereing in this series to glyphs that are in addition to the basic Latin (English) alphabet, and which [...]

2017-10-17T08:51:13-07:00October 10th, 2017|Categories: How, Type|Tags: , , , , , |


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