042718. Thor Ragnarok is the funniest of all the Marvel films. I can watch it over and over. There is so much respect for Jack Kirby’s art style all over land of Sakaar. Growing up I never really appreciated Kirby’s artwork, as I leaned toward more graphically detailed artists. It wasn’t until much later that I recognized his great contributions to the entire language of visual expression in sequential art. I’m sorry I didn’t create this for the opening, but here it is for Avengers Infinity War.
Part of a multistyle typeface family "ALIENSTRA".
This is the first one that got finished for this project, a buch more will follow in this same family.
This is a decorated variation on the solid style (one that will follow soon as well).
Folder strips of paper style blackletter attempt. I wish I had better solutions for some charaters, but I had some tough struggles getting good looking glyphs for this style, for example uppercase T took me like 60 attemps and none ever really pleased. So I ended up with choosing the best of them en just went on with the rest. BUT, Zephram came to the rescue and delivered me a propper T, Arrrrr thanks matey!!!
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Contemporary geometric gothic typeface.
The idea was to make a typeface design that would suit small point size body style typography.
The fontstruction is a faux Bezier style approach, this allowed me the most freedom in shaping the different letterforms and curves. Capital height is 36 bricks height.
Font sample is best viewed at 2x pixel size or above for a sharp result.
I hope you like it!
A little bit of a experiment in finding interresting letterforms in the most basic of geometric shapes and without the use of any complex fontstructing techniques. And the only expert mode feature used for this was making composite brick to get the different slants and stroke weights.
Bellow I will include some further in-depth info about this design.
But, I'm very pleased with the final result.
Another folded style.
There is a number of glyphs I would've rather seen different, like for example G, V, Y, 4, maybe 7. And the punctuation is very poorly done too. But I got kind of stuck and didn't know where to take it any further,
LOMBARDISM - A contemporary slighty simplified insular half uncial script style solely based on medieval Gaelic/Irish insular scripts.
My take on those classic serif style stencil designs.
Initially I started this design as a all caps display style, the desicion for a lowercase came once the uppercase already had been completed, and I truly had a hard time making a good looking lowercase for this one.
Also it felt like kerning this style was much harder to see and get right than most other fonts I made.
There still remains a number of things I had rather seen different, like those numerals, but this is the best I could do for now, I hope you like it!
Isometric 3D outline style typeface.
The glyph have a exact copy slighly elevated and to the right of its original which I then connected with eachother to create the box-like three-dimensional idea.
Because of some serious design difficulties it remains far from complete, but I am kind of done with it for now due to this. For now only support for uppercase, no numerals and very limited punctuations. I think I fully kerned it, or at least everything that is important. On last thing I need to mention, the smallest open spaces doesn't allow this font to work in very small size. These will look filled at smaller point size.
I'm not sure if I will ever try another attempt to finish it at a later stage. (who will tell..) ;)
But I think what I've got so far is too cool for not publishing it. So for now it would do just fine as a logotype or for a decorative usage but not much else.
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A futurustic typeface inspired by the classic NASA worm logotype.
Uppercase only, no lowercase planned!
A semi connected script style font design. It is losely based in the lettering seen on a poster design by German designer/painter Ottomar Carl Joseph Anton. (image shown in comments)
I completed the full alphabet, I tried to incorporate the features from the provided letters the best I could while creating the remaining missing characters.
It is a semi connected script style lettering, so certain characters are deliboratly disconnect and some aren't. For example the Uppercase string is almost completelty disconnected, whereas most of the lowercase characters connect. This can also be seen in the original Ottomar poster.
For the lowercase characters that connect there has been made a alternative glyph that is disconnected and adjusted to make a more pleasing flow and better looking breaks. These are located in the Unicode Block “Halfwidth and Fullwidth Forms”.
It contains both proportional oldstyle (default) & lining numerals, which are located in the Unicode Block “Halfwidth and Fullwidth Forms” as well.
I hope you like it!