Tripper Ornaments is build up out of versatile characters. Every glyph has a specific function, and belongs to one of these five categories: Indicators, hands, icons, banderoles or patterns. Small amount of glyphs, large amount of possibilities.
In this overview you will see the character under which you can access a glyph at your keyboard. Easy and practical. Nerds don’t have to worry, because those glyphs which have an own Unicode can also be accessed that way.
Uppercase letters contain 26 indicators. Access all arrows through the Glyph palette.
• Light and heavy arrows in 8 directions:
(note that every style of Tripper has arrows in an appropriate weight included in the font)
• More fancy arrows for real arrow-lovers:
• Two other kind of indicators in 4 directions:
Tripper Ornaments has counting hands, from zero to ten. Do the final countdown in stencil style, but – shibboleth alert! – don’t try this in China.
Tripper Ornaments has pointing hands in 4 directions:
Additionally: two different combinable blocks to extend the sleeve – one stencil block and one continuous stroke – for real manicule-lovers
Plus, like it or not: thumbs up and down for real hand-lovers
A bunch of icons in case you are ever out of words:
Take a letter, and repeat it as often as you want. You’ll get a nice banderole. Some banderoles have a simple, robust shape, others look more complex. And of course, some are 3D. Because… where would we be, without 3D?
If this wasn’t enough yet, there are quite some characters in the font specifically designed to create patterns. Repeat them as often as you want in both horizontal and vertical direction. Some characters are married couples, and really like to play together to create an interesting pattern. Other characters prefer to play alone, and create a pattern all by themselves. See Tripper Ornaments PDF
for a complete overview.