Hi! I've been developing this type for some time now and I'd appreciate your feedback. I based the shapes of the glyphs, as closely and faithfully as appropriate it seemed, on runic systems. I only made exceptions for V and W, which I based on my A and I think it turned out interesting, and for X, which had no useful counterpart in runes.
I decided to avoid curvature, though it is not exactly characteristic of runes - some of runic equivalents of latin letters have straight, broken strokes instead of bowls and arches, but not all of them and not necessarily in all varieties and scripts. That choice is something I might regret now, but at least it makes for a certain feeling.
I've been wondering how some of my accented letters worked. Especially, my concern is Latvian long vowels (with ogonek). As far as I can tell, two of them found also in Polish look right in that context - and that's where I first invented them for. I used a diagonal stroke through the base of the letter instead of the traditional curvy tail - I based this approach on historical Polish ortography (about 1600). I am also curious about my /ae and /oe digraphs. Another idea I'm toying with is having the eth rune acting as lowercase /eth letter - it looks just like /thorn, but with a dot inside.
Thanks in advance for any input!