Teihant Johan Winge:
>The Tengwar Annatar font package can be downloaded
>from my homepage:
Very nice! In fact, these are the truest representations of Formal Book
Hand and Ring Inscription Cursive that I've seen in fonts. No disrespect
intended to Måns Björkman, Harri Perälä, Dan Smith, et al.;
Tengwar Annatar just appears to follow Tolkien's examples more closely.
There are, however, two points where Harri's Tengwar Cursive font
corresponds more closely to the inscription of the One Ring: the double
curl ('û') and the lambe joining to the following tengwa. (BTW ... on
your example of the Ring inscription you made a mistake: you used
extended stem anca where you should've used extended stem unque in the
word _agh_!) i will definitely recommend Tengwar Annatar to my friends
who use fonts. Alas, I am currently on MSNTV, so I can't use them.
Cuio mae, Danny.