Saturday, January 02, 2010

Mindoro Tagalog Font

Named after the island of the Mangyans, from where I was born and where I grew up. This is a heavily stylized version of baybayin. The style is based on the Buhid's Sulat Mangyan but the characters are still based on the Tagalog/Ilocano form.

What's new?

I included an alternate Mangyan version of the virama (vowel cancelling kudlit) mark called a "pamudpod". It works the same way as the Spanish cross kudlit which is also still available. The pamudpod works aesthetically well at the end of a word while the cross particularly works well in the middle (and at the end) of a word. You can use either one or both or neither in your composition; your choice.


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