Published: 8th October, 2009
Last edited: 8th October, 2009
Created: 8th October, 2009
A more smooth version of Flag Semaphore. Much better than the blocky pixels if you ask me.
# is the number/digit sign to put before letters A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I and K to make 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 0 respectively. That is already done in the numerals 0-9.
* is the attention sign (waving arms up and down together)
space is the rest position.
/ and \ both are the cancel sign.
Lower case d, i and x are variants.This is a clone of Flag Semaphore
Published: 17th February, 2013
Last edited: 17th February, 2013
Created: 17th February, 2013
Smooth version of Blockout (http://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/778304).This is a clone of Blockout
Published: 9th April, 2012
Last edited: 20th April, 2012
Created: 9th April, 2012
Bulat means circle in Indonesian.
Super simple! This font is only made by 4-6 bricks. But it doesn't as easy as it looks, I've to compositing, stacking, or even experimenting glyphs to make a cool, unique, and legible font. Yeah, actually was only a little hard work :\
More glyphs coming soon... please be honest! :D
Published: 2nd May, 2011
Last edited: 2nd May, 2011
Created: 2nd May, 2011
Clone of Sans, with letter spacing.
A really fun sans serif font I did, apart form I's and J's. Enjoy!
-Basically all on a 2x3 grid!This is a clone of Sans
Published: 31st October, 2009
Last edited: 31st October, 2009
Created: 31st October, 2009
Oriental theater, but with a square A, and more smoothing where smoothing is due, giving a less sharp, but more padded effect.This is a clone of Oriental theatre
Published: 31st May, 2010
Last edited: 31st May, 2010
Created: 31st May, 2010
A very simple design that was fun to do, extremley simple so im sure it's been done before, havn't been on this sight very long but i flicked through it for quite a while to see if anyone had done something the same and didnt have any immediate luck so went ahead with creating it, some of you more seasoned fontstructors n doubt will enlighten me to someone doing the same lol..still a fun little excercise nonetheless! :D
Published: 7th April, 2011
Last edited: 7th April, 2011
Created: 28th March, 2011
This is basically a newer and better version of my Non-Modular?, Enjoy!
56 x 24 pixels (based on the width of the 'o', and height of the 'l')
Published: 7th November, 2012
Last edited: 7th November, 2012
Created: 7th November, 2012
i am currently studying graphic design at the university of the west of england (UWE). i chose to design a typeface derived from the word reflection. i looked at symmetry and geometric shapes when designing my font, i wanted to make it look simple, clean and effective so by using a large grid i created a bold text thats easily legible. personally i think the lowercase typeface works better when used in large body texts but the uppercase looks powerful when used for titles, logo's and informative text headings as its eye catching and different. fontstruct is full of complicated typefaces so i wanted to show the opposite; geometrefection is a great example of simple typefaces that can be created on fontstruct.This is a clone
Published: 21st January, 2013
Last edited: 3rd March, 2013
Created: 12th January, 2013
Turning Fork. An attempt to convert the FontStruct Logo into a rounded sans, hope you like. Numbers? Possibly.
Published: 28th December, 2009
Last edited: 28th December, 2009
Created: 28th December, 2009
This is a programming font that is made to look modern and smooth, almost wispy. It is high-clarity nontheless. It looks decent at large font sizes, but you have to see it pixel to see its true beauty.
Published: 12th March, 2011
Last edited: 12th March, 2011
Created: 8th March, 2011
First things first; of course it's not, but I wouldn't mind if you let your eyes decieve you. If anyone has any suggestions for changing some of the punctuation or letters, I'll be happy to hear them.
Published: 20th January, 2011
Last edited: 30th January, 2011
Created: 17th January, 2011
A font based on the Tron Legacy font. Sadly, there are no smaller sections of circles like triangles have on the Editor, so the edges are slightly chunky. The capitals are the preferred-usage letters, whereas the lowercase contains alternate versions or letters styled after the original.
Some symbols also contain older-style letters, and the grave, tilde, circumflex, and upright line symbols are small slivers of triangle to top off the end of a letter with a diagonal if needed.
Best used with no (-1) spacing for titles.
Published: 10th March, 2011
Last edited: 17th March, 2011
Created: 26th February, 2011
I need help with the capital and lower case V, so it is not done.
Later I plan on creating more special characters, as well.
Published: 22nd November, 2012
Last edited: 23rd November, 2012
Created: 22nd November, 2012
Basically Impact, winty5 style.
I wanted to create a better Impact, so I made Kallum. I don't quite know how I'm going to do the lowercase. May add a serif version.
Yautja's Hexathrone gave me the idea for the J, thanks Yautja. My favorite glyph is the Q.
Work in progress, suggestions welcome.