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Tellural Font by nymphont Tellural Font by nymphont
Tellural
(Regular, Italic, Bold, Bold Italic)
TrueType Font Family By Lauren Thompson, Nymphont

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Tellural Alt
(Regular, Italic, Bold, Bold Italic)
TrueType Font Family By Lauren Thompson, Nymphont

Contains 684 characters, including Greek and Cyrillic letters.

Tellural Alt is an "alternate" version with a different lowercase letter a that may be easier to differentiate from other characters for convenience. I hope you like it!

Free for personal use /Commercial use requires a donation
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Donations can be made through PayPal to nymphont@yahoo.com as well
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:iconotnemit:
Otnemit Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2014
Really like this font. Somewhat cursive but also composed. I think it would be good to see it a lit lighter though.
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mercurycode Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2013
Looks really nice. Thanks!
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:iconkkht311:
kkht311 Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2012
Fantastic font.

I LIKE!

:-)
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:iconnymphont:
nymphont Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you :D
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:iconkarinta:
Karinta Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2012  Student General Artist
Is there a TTF?
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:iconnymphont:
nymphont Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
The ttfs are in the zip download.
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:iconrawrerlycuteme:
RawrerlyCuteMe Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2012
Can you Give me Again the TTF of this Font? =) at Ymail?
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:iconnymphont:
nymphont Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Sure.
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:iconrawrerlycuteme:
RawrerlyCuteMe Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2012
Ymail: princesskctan@yahoo.com
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:iconnymphont:
nymphont Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Yes I sent it already.
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:iconrawrerlycuteme:
RawrerlyCuteMe Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2012
Oh, Ok :))
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:iconnymphont:
nymphont Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Sorry, I will send them as soon as I get a chance.
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:iconstlemons:
StLemons Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2012
This looks super cool, wonderful job :)
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:iconnymphont:
nymphont Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks so much :D
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:iconmostafadn:
mostafadn Featured By Owner May 25, 2012
fantastic design. lovely!!!
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:iconnymphont:
nymphont Featured By Owner May 25, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks so much :D
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:iconveeradesigns:
veeradesigns Featured By Owner May 18, 2012  Student Interface Designer
Nice work :) I like it :D
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:iconnymphont:
nymphont Featured By Owner May 20, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks, glad to hear it :D
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:iconveeradesigns:
veeradesigns Featured By Owner May 21, 2012  Student Interface Designer
^_^ and dont forget to check mine :D
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caramelkarma Featured By Owner May 17, 2012
nice
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:iconnymphont:
nymphont Featured By Owner May 20, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks! :D
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MartinSilvertant Featured By Owner May 17, 2012  Professional General Artist
Charming, soft and quirky. This is really cool work. I only think the terminal of 'r' should be a bit heavier and 'T' requires tighter kerning, or kerning pairs.
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nymphont Featured By Owner May 17, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
I worked quite hard on the bearings/spacing on this font, in effort to eliminate the need for any kerning pairs, but I am thinking the same thing about it's namesake 'T.'

But... I am sure you are familiar with spacing in fonts, if I were to adjust the spacing on the letter 'T,' this will affect the balance of the entire typeface, thus requiring each character's bearings be adjusted as well. So... I might just take the easy route, and create kerning pairs for the 'T.'

I will look into adjusting the terminal of the lowercase 'r' as well. Thanks so much for your insights, I appreciate it. :)
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MartinSilvertant Featured By Owner May 17, 2012  Professional General Artist
I actually don't have a lot of experience with kerning. I have only 1 font released for which I did the kerning and it's a comic font. I also did the kerning for an early serif font but I discontinued the work. But yeah, during the kerning of the serif font I understood why it's so difficult.

As for the T, I was under the impression it's common practice to make kerning pairs for this because it's indeed rather hard to balance with the other letters otherwise.

Is there a negative aspect to kerning pairs?
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nymphont Featured By Owner May 17, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
No, I wouldn't say that kerning pairs are a negative thing, but some fonts can be spaced just so that no kerning pairs are necessary. That's what I was aiming for with this font, but I do think I will update this font and include some kerning pairs, at least some with the 'T.'
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:iconxdante:
xDante Featured By Owner May 17, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Love your fonts -- thank you!!
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nymphont Featured By Owner May 17, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks so much :D
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