HFF Low Sun by Have Fun with Fonts based on Luzon Script
Font:HFF Low Sun
Author:Have Fun with Fonts
Post Date:April 23, 2013
Comments:HFF Low Sun is Luzon Script on page 106 of The Solotype Catalog of 4,147 Display Typefaces and also on page 81 of Brushstroke and Free-Style Alphabets: 100 Complete Fonts by Dan X. Solo.

From: HFF <have@fun.fonts> Date: Tue, 23 Apr 2013 15:53:16 +0000 (UTC) Subject: Introducing Low Sun Newsgroups: alt.binaries.fonts Can you name the font that looks like HFF Low Sun in the ? Clue: The look-alike of HFF Low Sun does not have a matching digital font in Solopedia. The alternates for letters A, E and Y are found in the breve (U+02D8), dotaccent (U+02D9) and hungarianumlaut or double acute (U+02DD) positions, respectively. A larger version of the 'sta r' used for the bullet character is found in the ogonek (U+02DB) position. The H F F ligature is found in the macron (U+00AF) position. Other glyphs are in their appropriate positions. HFF Low Sun has a complete Latin 1 (Windows 1252 Latin 1 Western) character set, that is, if you do not mind the misappropriation of the macron glyph. HFF Low Sun is free for personal, non-commercial use. Make me rich if you are going to use HFF Low Sun for commercial purposes. I strongly urge you to see your shrink if you somehow thought of using HFF Low Sun for a commercial project . My fonts are found at http://www.dafont.com/have-fun-with-fonts.d3546 and you can send me a private message at http://www.dafont.com/profile.php?user=450631 Have fun, HFF Attachment: lowsun.rar [See font download link below] Attachment: HFF-Low-Sun.jpg Preview of HFF Low Sun by Have Fun with Fonts based on Luzon Script

From: HFF <have@fun.fonts> Date: Tue, 23 Apr 2013 17:55:13 +0000 (UTC) Subject: Re: Introducing HFF Low Sun Newsgroups: alt.binaries.fonts Character <Char@cters.bold.italic> wrote in news:xtzdt.57956$zH4.40427@en-nntp-14.dc1.easynews.com: [....portions of quoted text snipped....] > Hmmm. The closest I could come up with visually is Kellog Script > (p.106) but there IS already a digitized version (although a not very > good one, from Enstep/Imageline). > > Might I ask where you found the alphabet to work from? > > - Character > Font is based on Luzon Script on page 106 pf the . The "A" is the catalog sample is the alternate "A" in the font in the breve position - accessible also as stylistic al ternate in OT feature. Attachment: Luzon Script.png Specimen of Luzon Script from Brushstrokes and Free-Style Alphabets by Dan X. Solo
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