Version 1.1: Several glyphs were condensed and others were added.
By request, a casual art deco design.
A slightly large, bookish chatfont made for a friend. Bold version.
Original size: 8.25pt (use multiples of this size for pixel perfection)This is a clone of Motormouth
A slightly large, bookish chatfont made for a friend. Regular version.
Original size: 8.25pt (use multiples of this size for pixel perfection)
A font made for a friend who 3D prints custom NERF mods. This will be used in several product designs.
For this font the idea was to make something which looked extremely clear at small sizes and which was optimized for speedreading. The low-polygonal style combined with the thick lines makes this a good font for footnotes and marginalia, thus the name.
Fyromrese style pseudorunic Latin. Supports Dutch, English, and German.
This started as a tiny version of Ballotine and then gradually acquired the cartoon-esque look it has now. It gives me a mild "noir" feeling.
Sometimes the smallest and simplest change produces the most drastic results.This is a clone of Quartzthrone
Version 1.1: S and Z were experimentally altered. Added numerals.
An experimental design which calls to mind medieval wattle-and-daub houses, round windows, targeting reticles, quadratic cheese wheels, and the math equations of the mad.
It's named for Ione Falstin, daughter of Rhoen, a character from one of my own stories who came up with the idea which was later refined into the mathematical concept of "Falstin's Demon".
The preview is not kind to this one, but I rather like the weathered effect it provides. It helps the font's intended aesthetic.
This font has everything Zeph-y. Decolike shapes, half-arcs, procedural asymmetry, slight gaudiness, and an ampersand that looks like a priest with a cross walking on the ocean waves.
Solid Quartzthrone. Somehow, this looks more "cartoonish" than the others.
Maybe I'll do an outlined version next.This is a clone of Quartzthrone
A slightly leafy engraving-style Decolike.
A variant of Bulwarx Pixel which uses halftones to save 64% more ink than the original.
The second halftone is 60*60 (3600px) within a 100*100 (10000px) canvas. So, this halftone fills only 36% of the grid square, and yet it remains solid-looking even at 2x Original size. I think this is therefore the best single halftone on FS for actual printing purposes. Of course, modern printers are likely to be accurate enough to print this with the grid squares showing...This is a clone of Bulwarx Pixel
A pixel demake of Bulwarx. The original design was so close to being Pixel Optimized that I decided to go ahead and make a version that actually is.
I decided to make this version the same size as the original in order to preserve the ratios. This means that the font is very similar at small sizes, and sacrifices only a few corners/angles in exchange for superb crispness.
The original diacritics had to be reworked, as well... this makes the font effectively taller than original Bulwarx, but it couldn't be helped.This is a clone of Bulwarx
A Quartzthrone variant that looks like fancy upholstered furniture (or cactus heartwood).
The original intent was to make a checkerboard pattern, but because of the use of horizontal filter size 0.5 along with half-width bricks, I wound up with this pattern. No complaints here!This is a clone of Quartzthrone
An even more condensed Tronixis. This is definitely giving me an "old book/newspaper" feeling.This is a clone of Tronixis
Pixel demake of Arizone Unicase. Same glyphs as the original.
A small and condensed pixel font which uses a combination of techniques from designs like Marengi Mk2, Micro Machina, and Mncrft. The spacing, along with many glyphs, is experimental and defies my usual conventions.
A more minimal and cursive-like Hyperbole. Named after a certain Led Zepplin meme. :D
By request, a "junk font". Looks pointy, glitchy, fuzzy, janky, grungy, burned, rusty, distressed by power tools, or some superposition of ONE OF THESE OR MORE, depending on the size used and the rendering effects (antialiasing, smoothing, etc).
Rather than force the letters into convincing classical forms, I focused on making sure each letter was thoroughly scrambled. This design could in theory be used with an image-recognition script in order to be put to cryptographic uses... the result would be fun, but not very efficient or crackproof. UC is the same as LC, at least for now.
The original brick-of-bricks is located on ".". This is the template from which the other glyphs were made.
1. Up to 25 distinct bricks from the palette may be used in the overall construction.
2. Each glyph will incorporate a heterogeneous mix of these bricks.
3. Bricks may not be flipped, rotated, stacked or composited.
A space-esque design made for a friend! The angular counters give this a simplified geometry which makes it easy to read despite its looks. Works well for small- or large-scale applications - chat, terminals, logos, and more. Supports Dutch, English, and Greek!
The original was cloned off and preserved elsewhere. The version you see here has centered glyphs.
With this I was prototyping a design which combined features of Helvetica and Sans Forgetica. But, while I was making the uppercase, this design got corrupted. Therefore this Fontstruction is now abandoned... the project will continue in FontForge.
"Cheat Evil" is just an anagram for "Helvetica". Helvetica would be the evil in this case, since it's all over the Internet and thus helps to make the Internet more homogeneous and BORING.
Plese feel free to continue this work, but note that I am also continuing it offsite.
This design also marks my FS anniversary. 1 year, 500+ designs, and 64,000+ shared glyphs... it's been a fun time!
By request, a condensed and quirky outline font!