Published: 14th August, 2011
Last edited: 20th August, 2011
Created: 14th August, 2011
Just a very simple, very angular font no larger than 4 squares in size. Could look interesting in some instances.
Published: 2nd May, 2015
Last edited: 2nd May, 2015
Created: 1st May, 2015
This is simply my first font here, and I wanted to make something that would be easy to read and I could use with my futuristic illustrations.
Published: 20th January, 2012
Last edited: 12th April, 2010
Created: 22nd November, 2009
Forgotten Fonts 9 Coin slots // I'm looking through my font library at my many Forgotten Fonts to see how many should have been released.
Published: 28th July, 2014
Last edited: 28th July, 2014
Created: 17th July, 2014
This fs may be used on it's own, but it is designed to be used in conjunction with fs Stack Overflow so any two letters may be stacked one on top of another to create interesting word shapes and unconventional flow.
It looks simple but the execution was surprisingly involved. The idea was to do the letters in as few bricks as possible. Filters. 1.75...to be exact. Again, the geometry did not work out because custom bricks had to be formed to create the fine breaks and they did not line up with the assumed filter. A little bit of algebra later (yes kids, algebra does help in real life) 1.6 was determined as the proper filter setting.
Having built the letters as desired, with many a tweak before finalization, it was on to Overflow, which necessitated a reduction of the letters in half. That was easier said than done because of the filters. Some of the letters just did not translate exactly at half scale at 1.6 filter. Had to scrap the whole thing.
The only option remaining was to double the size and use the double size glyphs for Stack and move the existing Stack glyphs to Overflow. Doubling allowed finer glyph construction. Plenty of diversions later, what came out as reasonable was a strict following of my own grid. Figures.
It is now to the point where I can send it out in the world. I must do that before I do the sample because both thalamic and minimum accounts give a 500 Server Error when attempting a download. Luckily, I have yet another secret account which I will use to attempt download. I hope that works because I am in no mood to build words by taking screenshots and copy/pasting individual letters.
This was supposed to be a simple idea with a simple execution. It should not have taken this long. I'm really curious to see how successful the idea was. Here goes...
Published: 6th January, 2012
Last edited: 6th January, 2012
Created: 4th January, 2012
Wide display font. Incorporates round corners and a consistent open gap throughout all characters. Also includes alternate characters for "L" and "I". This is a clone
Published: 7th December, 2009
Last edited: 7th December, 2009
Created: 5th December, 2009
Trying to get the look of a font I saw in a picture of an iRiver E30 MP3 player. Will adopt it for an iPhone app that I am trying to build.
Published: 27th June, 2019
Last edited: 9th May, 2014
Created: 6th May, 2013
Somewhat a revision of my other font, LDR#0.
Minimal, tech, heavy, blocky, ugly and almost unreadable. Pretty much like me, although I'm actually a bit underweight.
Published: 25th April, 2009
Last edited: 22nd June, 2009
Created: 25th April, 2009
A square letters collection. Made without spaces, so every word must have a capital letter in the beginning. Added some most used non-standard characters.
Published: 21st January, 2014
Last edited: 21st January, 2014
Created: 20th January, 2014
square pixel (~5x7) font
Latin and Cyrillic
прямоугольный пиксельный (~5x7) шрифт
латинский и кириллическийThis is a clone