Leap the house and cross the roofridge – 蹿房越脊

to leap the house and cross the roofridge


蹿房越脊
[房越脊]
cuān fáng yuè jǐ
to leap the house and cross the roofridge
dashing over rooftops (of robbers and pursuing knight-errant 侠客 in fiction)


侠客 [俠客] / xiákè / chivalrous person, knight-errant
武侠 [俠] / wǔ xiá / martial arts chivalry (Chinese literary, theatrical and cinema genre), knight-errant


 

approachinese Inferior Student Ideas Font (chinesefontdesign) Wuxia (en.wikipedia)
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I am pretty fond of wuxia stuff, though I don’t actually know a lot. The illustrations for 丿 and have a bit of that flavor maybe. I looked at a couple of Shaw Brothers posters for inspiration, but there’s probably some influence from Samurai Jack in there.

That font is pretty cool, I think.

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