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I've made few fonts,
they are all free for both personal and commercial use
just grab them and use, if you can, I'd be happy if you give me a credit, but you don't have to.
or perhaps send me just a thank you email or even buy me a coffee.
I created a few fonts using iFontMaker.
These fonts offer extended Latin and Cyrillic alphabets, available for computers, as webfonts and for iOS devices.
Originals are hosted at 2ttf.com
DiTulum (local copy ditulum.ttf 84kb)
DiTulum2 (local copy ditulum2.ttf 47kb)
DiTulum3.ttf ~1.4mb (it's a local copy only, but it has many languages, also as otf)
- Slimamif (Слимамиф) - Thin multilingual typeface, stylistically something between handwritten and Art Nouveau.
Slimamif (local copy Slimamif.ttf 322kb)
Slimamif Light (local copy SlimamifLight.ttf 258kb)
Slimamif Medium (local copy SlimamifMedium.ttf 276kb)
Slimamif Bold (local copy SlimamifBold.ttf 283kb)
All 4 as an archive Slimamif.zip ~1Mb
- Xarrovv (Зарровв) - Also supports lots of languages, including scripts of Cyrillic, Greek, Georgian, Armenian, Thai and some Japanese (all of Kyoiku plus a bit more). It has all proper diacritics for Vietnamese and other western scripts that require lots of marks.
Xarrovv (local copy Xarrovv.ttf 1.1mb)
Xarrovv.otf 1.6mb (otf offers improved kerning, font also set as regular instead of medium, but I have not set up install of webfont yet)
Legacy and misc. stuff
Verdimka is a legacy font.
At some point Cyrillic fonts would not work well in all programs.
Adobe and Microsoft apps used to require different versions of a given font, so that was the universal one that worked equally well in all of them.
You can read more about it at dimka.com/fonts/verdimka
Cyrillic Fonts Comparison Chart
Russian Keyboard Dual Layout [Translit, aka Phonetic and Standard] for Windows XP
Cyrillic text in different encodings
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