[Spellyans] Cornish fonts

Craig Weatherhill craig at agantavas.org
Fri Aug 27 11:42:48 IST 2010


That's a thought.  Ordinalia calligraphy can be made clearer.  It can  
be difficult to read, but it is so very beautiful.

Craig


On 27 Est 2010, at 10:56, Ken MacKinnon wrote:

> A gowetha wheg,
>
> I have often toyed with the idea of using the calligraphy of the  
> Ordinalia for a stylistic Cornish typeface.  I do not really have  
> the skills or technologies to do this.  I would very much like to  
> use an Ordinalia typeface for this purpose.
>
> Over to you Michael !
>
> - Ken
>
>
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>
> ken at ferintosh.org
> and also at:-
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>
> My former e-mail addresses are no longer able to be used.
>
> (Prof) Ken MacKinnon
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>
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "John Nash" <mim.oldwellstudio at btinternet.com 
> >
> To: "Standard Cornish discussion list" <spellyans at kernowek.net>
> Sent: Friday, August 27, 2010 12:49 AM
> Subject: [Spellyans] Cornish fonts
>
>
>> I suppose this request is really directed mainly at Michael  
>> Everson,  but any information from members of this forum would be  
>> appreciated.  Compared with Welsh and Irish, indigenous  
>> calligraphic source  material for style reference is, to say the  
>> least, a bit thin on the  ground for Cornish - are there as yet any  
>> specifically recommended  fonts for display lettering in Cornish?
>> John Nash
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