Somewhat of a accidental goofy future retro style font.
This initially started as a experiment into discovering new ways within small grid designs to gradually increase the radius of a small curve and find new transitions in their shape for making asymmetrical curvatures, all without compromising the smooth edges (2x2 for this one, with hairline stroke weight of 1/8th of a square grid unit). But, it quickly became a real font.
I have kept the variations for a number of eliptical shapes and curves I made so far in order to demonstrate what the goal for this was.
I hope you like it.
Humanist Gothic style Grotesque.
This was so much friggin work, and still I have only the basics of Larin characters. The amount of work I put into getting the stoke modulations and smooth edges right was unreal. I couldn't be more happy with it so far. I will add more characters to it soon.
What do you guys think so far? Suggestions or tips are more than appreciated.
Modern modular geometric minuscule script style sans-serif typeface.
Themysciran. Home of Amazonian Princess Diana, aka Wonder Woman. Of course it’s the opening day of the movie about her origin story. Gal Gadot makes the worthiest successor to the TV version with Lynda Carter since 1979. This font is based off of the Wonder Woman logo from DC Comics.
This font was inspired by the works of Christophe Szpajdel (Lord of the Logos, 2010, Die Gestalten Verlag), as well as by the film trilogy and the following game titles (e.g. Middle-earth: Shadows of Mordor, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, 2014) based on Tolkien's epic masterpiece, The Lord of the Rings. Given the game theme, and the 48 bricks vertical limit, I thought more or less around pixel art, or pixel fonts. This is my endeavour to make a spiky blackletter in Szpajdel's black metal style that evokes the terror of Mordor at pixel level. This font has been extensively tested for best kerning, yet some issues might have remained unresolved.This is a clone