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Comfortaa - font by aajohan Comfortaa - font by aajohan
This is the latest version of Comfortaa: v 2.004
-Check out my three other fonts: Montepetrum: [link] Lastwaerk: [link] and Trunkmill: [link] :D-

Comfortaa is a simple, good looking, true type font with (if you ask me) an amazingly large number of 596 different characters and symbols. You can see them all in the preview.
It is absolutely free, both for personal and commercial use.
It is licensed under the SIL Open Font License, Version 1.1 - For most uses, you don't have to worry about this at all as it is a license with very few restrictions, but you can always read the license file (OFL.txt) included in the download folder if you want.
You don't have to give me credit if you use it in your work, but you are very welcome to do so if you want.

If you download it and like it please fav it (but obviously only if you like it :D). You are also more than welcome to comment about anything you want (I'm open to critique)

I hope you will enjoy using my font!

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Wow, DD. I never imagined something like this. Thank you so much for all the favs and nice comments! I'm truly overwhelmed

I obviously would love to see how my font is being used, so feel free to comment with a link to your work, or send me a message

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Cirylic character set added!

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Note that the font license has been changed to a less strict one.

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Version 2.000 Released! All characters (yes all) have been redone / re-thought at a higher quality. Especially people using Comfortaa at large sizes will appreciate this. Spacing and kerning has also been re-thought. Some characters have changed more than others - you may notice changes to especially "s" and "f". The Cyrillic character set has also been greatly improved. Overall the quality of the font has just gone up a notch :)
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Comfortaa - font by ~aajohanThe suggester wrote "Most of the time I use fonts that I'm comfortable with. Comfortaa is a really smooth and modern font that has many uses. You can see the time and dedication the author put on this new font". ( Suggested by darkcath and Featured by znow-white )
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KalleAnka10 Featured By Owner 5 days ago  New member
Love the font.  Question:  is it intentional that some of edges don't line up?  For example, in the lower case g the tip of the bottom does not line up vertically with the left edge of the upper 'o' part of the letter.
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aajohan Featured By Owner 6 hours ago  Student Interface Designer
Thanks!
I have designed each character to look the way I thought would be best, and best fit the overall style of the font - so if something doesn't line up completely then it's probably on purpose. In your example, I wanted to retain the same curve for the bottom part of the g, as the o-part of the letter, and still keep some clearance between the tip of the bottom part and the bottom of the o-part - so that's why they don't completely line up vertically. But I have to say, you have to be a bit nitpicky to notice it ;)
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davidbarcomb Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2014  New member
Nice font. Thank you
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aajohan Featured By Owner Nov 18, 2014  Student Interface Designer
Thanks! 
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nookpitcha Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2014  New member
thank
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ninicaa Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
Thanks :D
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aajohan Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2014  Student Interface Designer
You're very welcome! :)
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player-03 Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2014
I ought to mention that I used this in a game I made. Nicely done!
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aajohan Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2014  Student Interface Designer
Cool! Looks good, thanks! :)
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sergiormg Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2014
Great work, thank you!
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