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Philippine National Anthem by frederickvpa Philippine National Anthem by frederickvpa
Click the image above to enlarge. It is the Philippine National Anthem written in my modified Baybayin font callled "Guhit Baybayin".

To decipher the text, click [link]

To download the Guhit Baybayin TTF, click [link]

So what's your opinion?
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MatthewJabezNazarioI Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2013  Professional General Artist
Are you making the Baybayin version of Lupang Hinirang?
ZUROU-Zurocha Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2012  Student General Artist
Nice. Can I make changes to my favourite amongst mine modified baybayin (Ahitan/ Sujia Bisaya) based on your own modifications? ...not that I'll change the shape of the glyphs, since I fixed the shapes already...
NazjaRaj Featured By Owner May 8, 2012  Student Digital Artist
i feel like an alien...
i consulted the Rizal version (Modern)
Nice! I didn't realize you could spell "ng" like that. I always thought you'd have to break it down to "na" and "ng". Your "wa" also looks new to me; I'd say I wouldn't have been able to decipher it were it out of context. I also wasn't aware we had a symbol for "ra".

I learned quite a lot, fab work.
frederickvpa Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2010
The symbol for "wa" was inspired by the Baybayin Lopez font. The character for "ra" was taken from the Bikol Mintz Baybayin font.

Don't be mislead. Guhit Baybayin font is just my modified version of the Baybayin script.
I created other variations of Baybayin.
To view my Baybayin variants, click [link]
Aaah, you stylized it...and after a little bit of reviewing, I saw how your "wa" symbol came to be. Nice job! Like it.
frederickvpa Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2010
To learn about the evolution of the Baybayin script, click [link]
Brilliant! Thanks for sharing.
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