I thought before I get asked to do it, I should also get the Prismacolor-style colour swatch for Corel Painter IX and X users up and posted. (This should help those who are trying to emulate felts or artpens.)
1. Unzip the .colors file. 2. Place the colors file in the Color Sets subfolder. In Windows, you can find the Color Sets subfolder where the Painter X or IX is stored. (I am not sure where you'd find it for Mac users but I suspect it is similar.)
Lord of the Rings mania again. And I've got a certain interest in code-breaking, so Tolkien's Dwarfish Runes and Elvish Script fascinate me. As far as the tengwar was concerned, it was much more difficult to figure out, because the values of the letters varied in use between the main languages of Elves (Quenya and Sindarin) and Men.
The credit for sources that helped me make this font go to Tolkien and his appendices, first of all. I had further help from the Wikipedia and 'the Complete Tolkien Companion' - a book by J. E. A. Tyler that I had the good providence to find in a bookshop during a holiday in Scotland. Also to 's tutorial here: [link]
Based on J.R.R. Tolkien's writings for Lord of the Rings.
Note, this is a new version!! After all the stuff I've recently been learning about writing Elvish, I finally decided to give my old Elvish font a major overhaul. This MkII version of my Tengwar font sees: The character-shapes tidied up a bit. The tehtar (vowel accentuations) can now be placed under preceding characters, as well as over the next. The additional characters for common words such as "the" have now been added, as have the plural-s loops. The wavy-line characters have now been included for double-letters and nasal-blends. This version includes Elvish puctuation and numbers. The preview pic has been completely redone to act as a (hopefully comprehensive) user's guide for the use of this font. Examples are also included.
To install this font, click Download and save the ZIP file. This file contains Tengwar.TTF and Tengwar-MrII.JPG - extract thes files. (The image-file is the user-guide) Find your Fonts folder - it will probably be under Windows/Fonts - and click-drag Tengwar.TTF into this folder to install it.
Original Images taken from [link]
Waves picture in background is a brush by
Compatible with PS 7 and up ^
Just a simple brush-pack i put together, maybe at one point it will come in use for someone. Contains highly decorative knife/blade brushes.
For instructions on how to install brushes see [link]
If you use these brushes, please provide a link back to them, for crediting purposes I'd love to see what people use them for, so please, if you want to, message me, telling me what you use them for, it will probably earn you a comment and a so you may as well
I give permission to *BrushMakers to submit and display this work
This is the new font used in the latest Sceistian Grammar Reference [link]
Dixyu seici means "the rational alphabet", but a lot of love has been poured onto making this font — maybe a few tears too
This is a very early version of a new script style font used in an imaginary language called Sceistian (name changed 11/2011, for more see: [link]).
Its appearance borrows characteristics from Japanese, Chinese, Devanāgarī, Arabic and Hebrew script, and last, but not least, the Latin alphabet. The pronunciation and grammar (which certainly isn't by any means completely covered here) is a mix of Japanese, Latin, French, Finnish, English, Italian, Slavic languages and Greek.
This font is freeware and can be distributed as long as it stays together with the included text file. I would love to hear if the font is being used somewhere or, even better, to see the results.