Published: 16th June, 2011
Last edited: 2nd March, 2012
Created: 7th May, 2011
|||||Português|||||Tipografia que simula escrita gótica, com uma caneta de corte largo. A altura das letras maiúsculas é sete vezes a largura da ponta da caneta. A altura das minúsculas é 5 vezes a largura da ponta da caneta. A inclinação da caneta é de 45 graus em todas as formas, à excepção das linhas verticais com fim ornamental, que têm a espessura da caneta. Esta é uma fonte para grande quantidade de texto, com alguma preocupação pela legibilidade e leiturabilidade, mesmo para quem não está familiarizado com letra gótica. Não é adequada a nomes ou títulos, completamente escritos em caixa alta.
|||||English|||||Script typeface wich simulates gothic script with a fountain pen. The Upper case letters are seven times high the pen nib. The Lower case letters are five times high the pen nib. The tilt of the pen is 45 degrees in all forms, except for vertical lines with decorative porpose, which have the thickness of the pen. This is a typeface for great quantity of text, with some concern for the legibility and readability, even for those unfamiliar with Gothic script. It should not work well with upper case names or titles.
Published: 5th May, 2011
Last edited: 5th May, 2011
Created: 27th April, 2011
too late for IlluComp :( still felt motivated :) i've had this inspiration (image below) for a while and probably should have done this as an entry. oh, well. still, this was fun; and i think, more importantly - relevant. reminiscent of Picto People, but not done on the same scale - and not quite as original or inventive.
Published: 16th April, 2011
Last edited: 17th May, 2011
Created: 13th April, 2011
A pixel-city. That means it is a pixelated city. A city that is made of pixels. PIXELS, not bricks.
The letters are as follows:
C--Building cluster 1
E--Building cluster 2
F--Building cluster 3
H--Building cluster 4
N--Plain building #2
O--Plain Building #3
S--Burned-down building 2
T--Space Needle (creds to my friend)
I'll probably add more buildings. Maybe another factory... I dunno.
Published: 17th February, 2011
Last edited: 16th March, 2011
Created: 7th June, 2010
A typeface inspired by the continent of africa, but mainly by the WorldCup of soccer 2010 in South Africa!
To catch on of the strongest associations for me relating to africa, i chose black and white stripes, maybe to remind of zebras or other animal patterns. But the effect also stands for the "swoosh" of a ball flyin by, for just the the "sporty" feel i wanted it to have.
There's an alternative "a" on "="
Published: 14th February, 2011
Last edited: 14th February, 2011
Created: 9th February, 2011
this is a code that i found in a spy book when i was little. i made up the numbers and symbols though. the letters were the only part of the code that was in my book. this is my first fontstruct.
Published: 26th May, 2010
Last edited: 18th May, 2010
Created: 4th July, 2009
This specialized ornamental/display font has been created explicitly for use in a digital clock, or other digital display situations. Two different styles of digits are provided with as A-P and a-p.
The digits 0-9, and A-F, as seen on LCD and LED displays are included, along with colon(:), decimal(.) point, and negative sign (-)
Published: 31st August, 2008
Last edited: 10th September, 2008
Created: 31st August, 2008
Can you go any lower? I doubt it!
I refrained from brick-stacking on this one, just to get a sense of what it would be like 'pure.'
[Just discovered mini by eti - well, mine's a tad different... and I had more tiles to work with.]