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The earliest examples of oracle bone script appear even more pictographic than examples from later in the period, thus suggestion some evolution did occur over the roughly 200-year period. Their blurb at the launch in 2006: ACAF uses proprietary techniques to render the complex ideographs found in Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Japanese and Korean (CJK) scripts.
Examples: Japanese Zen Sampler1 (2001), The Tombwinterandspring1 (1997, "heavily inspired by the incised letters from the tomb of Henry III, Westminster Abbey, about 1272"), Thorns (1997), Vampyres Garden (1997, initial caps inspired by a copy of the Romant de la Rose from the beginning of the 16th century), Hoursinthe Rain (1997), Seven Wavessighs Salome (1997, caps). He showcases great Arab, Japanese and Chinese calligraphy. Their font Urdu Naskh Asiatype (2001) for Urdu can be found here and here. [ Korean company that developed the freeware Hangul fonts Baekmuk Dotum (sans), Baekmuk Batang (serif), Baekmuk Gulim (warm rounded sans) and Baekmuk Headline (heavy).You'll find complete galleries of all the samples above in our members section, together with much much more. The fonts are simply called tt1, tt13, tt2, tt201f, tt202f, tt203a, tt205a, tt205f, tt207f, tt208c, tt208d, tt208f, tt30, tt39, tt40, tt43, tt44, tt45, tt9, ttc5, ttmb001, ttmb002, ttmb009, ttmb013. Graphically heavy, it shows just 5 fonts per page, so it takes a huge amount of time to get anywhere.Its type designer, Zhalgas Kassymkulov, was born in 1986 in Kazakhstan. Typefaces from 2015: AT Giveaway 4, AT Sherit, AT Ribborn. The four free Chinese truetype fonts are about 10MB each: Zen Kai-Medium, Bousung EG-Light-GB, GBZen Kai-Medium, Shan Hei Sun-Light. It sells the Uni Fonts 2000 package, as well as an XPDF font pack.His initial type designs were all done with the help of Font Struct. He made a gridded modular typeface called Targeted (2011). Typefaces from 2016: Windows Icon Font, William Shakespears. Many of the free Chinese fonts on the web originate from Arphic.