Cyrillic

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more Turbota please

my new typeface Turbota ('care' in Ukrainian), drawn for a rehabilitation center for disabled children, is now released on MyFonts. it is a monolinear semi-serif font with soft terminals, it suits well for formal and informal writing in Cyrillic and Latin scripts.

http://new.myfonts.com/fonts/andrijtype/turbota/

and here are my son's paper models in this poster

Hey!
Anybody now any decent typefaces for magazine design which comes with support for cyrillic text? I'm not too picky at this moment since I'm struggling to find anything at all...
Thanks in advance!
/Fredrik

Updated description: this is a contemporary serif family I'm working on since January 2010. It was initially just for personal use, but the project grow up to embrace complete Latin, Cyrillic and Greek scripts, besides phonetic alphabets, arrows and dingbats.

It's a text font and the family is planned to have several weights in roman and italic versions. I believe it will be released in early 2013.

Goals:

1. it must be suitable for books and magazines, with more contrast than contemporary typefaces like Meta Serif, Greta Text or Stuart.

2. it must be clean and legible, with high x-height, generous counterspaces and reduced ornamental elements.

Hi I like to find this font

hi Typophiles,
i've just released AndrijScript Cyrillic.
it bases on my own handwriting, fascinated by historical Ukrainian 'skoropys' quick-writing and spiced by few chimeric shapes and unusual Cyrillic ligatures.

welcome see few pictures on http://type.org.ua/andrijscript-cyrillic/
or test-drive on http://new.myfonts.com/fonts/andrijtype/andrijscript-cyrillic/

thanks!

Indices : Designers : David Březina

Czech type designer and typographer, writer, lecturer, the impresario of TypeTalks, and partner at Rosetta Type Foundry. He got Masters degrees in Informatics (Masaryk University, Brno) and Typeface Design (University of Reading, UK). From 2004 to 2007 he also ran his own design studio, with projects in graphic, web, and interface design. He has been working as an associate with Tiro Typeworks and giving various type workshops around Europe.

Agamemnon began as an experiment I did on Fontographer years ago. I revived it over a year ago and began discussing it here on Typophile. That original thread is here, but has become long and unwieldy, potentially frightening off new critics trying to wade through the history of revisions. I've since moved development of this font to FontForge. The ability to edit with Spiro curve technology has been invaluable!

The font could be categorized as transitional and slab serif. The serifs and horizontal strokes are cupped and curved, creating a visual texture that should maintain legibility at small sizes and great distances. The current weight, though, is a tad awkward; too heavy for a book weight, but not quite a bold.

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