Thursday, June 15, 2017

Qvasi Fantasy Fonts

Norwegian artist Stein Strindhaug brings us a collection of fonts based on his self-created Qvasi language. He originally designed the glyphs for a conlang project that didn't pan out. Boutique fonts like this are a great resource for paper props because they're totally unrecognizable. That helpfully avoids what I call the "Curse of Futhark", where the immersiveness of a prop falls apart because the font is wildly overused.

1 comment:

Dr. Theda said...

Wow that last one has two and a "possible" of an ancient (attributed to "cursive" Syric script)..... Awesome... we used to transcribe ancient texts (fur "fun"0... Have a great end on the week...!!!!