This is one of those "necessity is the mother of invention" fonts. I'm doing some fantasy maps for work, and I needed a wide, hand-drawn Roman font with a quirky style to use for the kingdom labels. Couldn't find what I wanted, so I drew it. .. Since I'll probably also be using Apple Butter in the same project, I went for a related line style, and I like the results a lot. I drew the font with a Sharpie on cheap graph paper, to achieve lots of rough ink-bleed to get the edges how I wanted them. I think I also permanently stained the table at a fast-food place downtown. Oops.
Atlas of the Magi font contains 102 defined characters and 80 unique glyphs.
The font contains characters from the following unicode character ranges: Basic Latin (93), Latin-1 Supplement (1), Spacing Modifier Letters (1), General Punctuation (6).
- Font Name:Atlas of the Magi
- Version:1.11 www.cumberlandgames.com
- Trademark:Atlas of the Magi is a trademark of Cumberland Games
- Designer:S. John Ross
- Vendor URL:www.cumberlandgames.com
- Designer URL:www.cumberlandgames.com
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