This font explores the theme of anger. I took inspiration from heavy metal/rock album covers and tried to recreate the same irregular/jarring lettering they do. To do this I painted letters quickly on varying sizes of paper and translated this onto fontstruct to get a rough/rushed look.
Tried to build a font out of two shapes, the curve and the sideways house. Sort of built like the curves are growing out of the sideways house 'seeds'.
This font was inspired by the images seen from the Hong Kong protests and the use of the umbrella as a symblom for there movement. I made the font based of pre exsisting letter forms to show china's forceful additions to Hong Kong law.
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It's the fancy cursive font from "resource2.dat" from Cube World. Turns out, its actually the 'Venice' font by Susan Kare & Bill Atkinson from the original classic Macintosh, so I've added all the remaining characters from the original font which the cube world version didn't have.
Cube World is Copyright 2010-2019 Picroma e.K.
A non-pixelated font heavily inspired by the Cube World "resource1.dat" font. This font matches the character presentation from the Cube World alpha version. Hence, the star and filled circle do not appear in place of the plus-minus and registered trademark symbols, so it will look a little strange if used in the steam version.
Version 20191026.cThis is a clone
Inspired by commodore64 and others.
Part of a project.
https://www.fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/1424431/superblakkThis is a clone of Graphene Black
2 years of development.
Some Japanese letters may look a tad illegible…
Also, I would not recommend using the kanji that's currently in the Ethopic Block because some of them aren't very legible. If you speak Japanese, please type in all Hiragana/Katakana with this font, even if you want to use the yuan sign, DON'T! Please type "えん" for that…
Also, I thought I pressed the Publish button, but forgot to do…
Inspired by a video showing a hairdresser creating a wig for a play........
Many LC glyphs are an alternate to corresponding UC.
I haven't mastered creating good joints between FS bricks and the compos I need to make ""to join"" the two types of brick. Trying to get them to flow into each other produces more or less untidy joining in many places which I find frustrating. Maybe I have to sketch out simpler designs for easy Fontstructing.
Looking at the caron I wonder if the center cross-over brick needs replacing with the one that dips downwards? See the two different bricks in the caron of E and e.This is a clone
This is a version of 'Cubish EPX' with the star replacing the ± symbol, and a filled circle replacing the ® symbol, and no other changes. The steam release of Cube World very likely wants the font like this.
Cubish EPX is a re-imagining of the 'resource1.dat' block letter font from Cube world, now with less blocky pixelization and more consistent 'EPX-style' pixel filtering and spacing. A number of unclear characters have been cleaned up as well, especially in the international extended Latin characters. A dot was added to the numeral zero to disambiguate it from the letter O, as well.
20190923.1 - fixed euro symbolThis is a clone of Cubish EPX
Modified clone that provides a style variation to the previously published Jurriaan Schrofer font revival I did, called "STF_SATER (Isometric)".
The earlier version I did was in fact amongst my very first font designs ever, and at this stage I still had about zero real typographic background knowledge.
Due to this I simply went out copying the exact lettering 1:1 as was seen in the source that I used. Not realizing that the angle of projection applied to the lettering in the original would render my font next to useless.
So I ended up with cool looking isometric letterforms that were heavily handicapped in a full font.
This time I overhauled the original and got rid of its isometric nature and simply just making it a regular, fully upright style.
Now with this addition it finally becomes a truly functional font at last.
I hope you like it !This is a clone of STF_SATER (Isometric)
Dialogue font from PS4. All the stuff in the char data plus a few easy additions. The J and the f look crappy, but that's the price of authenticity.
Recreation of the built-in font found in the old Thomson line of 8-bit computers (Thomson MO5, MO5E, MO5NR, MO6, T9000, TO7, TO7/70, TO8, TO8D, TO9, TO9+ and Olivetti Prodest PC128).
This recreation combines the character sets found in the various localised versions. A few accented characters have been added to make the set more complete, but note that there are no acute/grave/circumflex accent versions for uppercase letters.
Apart from that, only the characters present in the original font (that I could find through emulation) have been included.
Collection of linear-interpolated circle attempts, or simply faux-Bezier circles and other curvature related materials.
This toolset basically is collection of pre-made fake circles and curves in numerous different sizes to make ones workflow easier. It could also simply serve as a educative tool that demonstrates the basic FontStruct technique used for making fake curves and circles.
Initially I intended this to be much more complete, but it is simply too much work, and would take forever to get published at once.
Please don't expect this to be perfect, a lot gets fairly close to the "real-deal".
But keep in mind that they remain raw approximations of their true Bezier counterparts. I will try to improve whatever is needed as time progresses, as well as most likely add more stuff.
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I hope you like it so far,
Feel free to copy, re-use, improve or even destroy!