Tengwar Fonts Ultimate Guide
Tengwar Beleriand has a nice standard visual with stylish curvy ends in some tengwar and tehtar. Well balanced and the favorite of most Avari!
(©2008 Tengwar Beleriand by Enrique Mombello)
Tengwar Sindarin may be called cousin to Tengwar Quenya. Both are alike but this one here is merrier, almost handwritten one might say, with a rounded quality stressed in it.
(©1998 Tengwar Sindarin by Daniel Steven Smith)
Tengwar Galvorn is a crystal, hollow and perhaps shiny font. It’s huge also. (It’s size 12 like the others, but can you see the difference?)
(©2004 Tengwar Galvorn by Josh Griffing)
Tengwar Mornedhel is the twin sister of Galvorn. The only difference is the darkness. Mornedhel means Dark Elf in Sindarin, so it makes sense.
(©2004 Tengwar Mornedhel by Josh Griffing)
Tengwar Parmaite is a formal, well styled and pretty tiny font. I didn’t mess with the size again, that’s its natural size 12 like all other fonts presented here.
(©2001 Tengwar Parmaite by Måns Björkman)
Surprise, surprise! A Tengwar font that is not called Tengwar! I love this one! It’s like a typewrite version of what Tengwar should look like. Perfect for writing newspaper!
(©2009 Elfic Caslin by Peter Wiegel)