Albrecht Durer (Germany, 1471-1528) drew these schematics to guide the novice in drawing letters because he was such a type snob and felt that type was going to hell already.
Wonder what he would think today with all the Helvetica derivatives (Photoshop + Helvetica = EVIL!)...
Duerer Latin Capitals includes the letters; Duerer Latin Construction Capitals are the diagrams to draw them. Each includes the upper case (minus J and V) plus a few alternate characters. There are no numerals or punctuation. Note: They don't allign when typed one over the other.
Duerer Latin font contains 36 defined characters and 33 unique glyphs.
The font contains characters from the following unicode character ranges: Basic Latin (39), Latin-1 Supplement (1).
- Font Name:DuererLatinConstructionCapitals
- Version:Macromedia Fontographer 4.1.4 11/13/01
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