A baybayin script/font comparison chart.
Looking more seriously into font design and typography, I need to look more into the natural flow and evolution of strokes in order to find ways to standardize baybayin characters.
I don't want to introduce new characters or methods that are heavily modified or have no logical evolutionary step from the traditional characters. I've seen a few artists who redesigned their characters and methods so much that it deviated from the natural look, form/flow, and structure of baybayin that they don't realize what they have created is a new and alien writing system. To stylize is one thing, to deviate is another.
You will notice that my fonts never stray far from traditional, even though they may look entirely modern. Any "new" additions to my font set are carefully and logically considered, looking back at traditional examples and natural evolution of writing, language, and typography. The slight modifications I introduce trough them are alternative choices that one may or may not use in their compositions.