I have been working at a few projects: Making a new, reworked and fully professional version of my first font, PR Uncial, first released in 1997.
Here is the ampersand:
My Viking font got a lot of good attention, including one client who wanted a smooth version. When I smoothed it out, it started to look kind of like Trajan, or like what you would get if the Vikings captured a Roman stonecutter, and made him carve Runes for the Cheiftain’s hall, and then make a translation so the Romans could read it too.
I thought of making a bold, and wide version based on the same skeleton alphabet. I will call it Dwarfish.