Motter Ombra goes to Hellas! Like in the previously posted Use of Cyrillic Ombra, these Greek characters are not part of an official language extension, but were accomplished by cleverly repurposing and modifying Motter’s Latin glyphs.
Omicron (ο), eta (η), final sigma (ς), and upsilon (υ) were the easy part. They could be replaced by their Latin look-alikes o, n, s, and v, with tonos marks made from periods. Lambda (λ) and kappa (κ) required more creativity. These were made by flipping y and cropping k. Sigma (σ) is o with added stroke, and pi (π) two connected stems of unknown origin. Ombra’s T and B were considered inappropriate for standing in for Tau (Τ) and Beta (Β), and were patched up from lowercase t and b, respectively, with some supporting bits. And boom: Τόλης Βοσκόπουλος!