WIP Kerning in progress
https://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/1476625/sycamo-light-2This is a clone of Skvorec
This is a unique font that I created, and it's unique because each glyph is one shape so far, and it can be used for a stencil project.
FEEL FREE TO USE THIS FONT IN ALL KIND OF PRIVATE AND COMMERCIAL THINGS AND OTHER ART IN THE UNIVERSE. LET ME KNOW THIS. PLEASE COMMENT.
YOU CAN'T SELL THE FONT DIRECTLY. PLEASE DON'T MAKE ANY KIND OF COPIES.
FEEL FREE FOR DONATION AND HONOR MY WORK.
THANK YOU FOR USING THE FONT AND HAVE A LOOK TO MY OTHER FONTS.
FAKOS VARYTITAS - Futuristic Sci-Fi stencil design
A Stencil letter with a rather unorthodox form.
The main concept is that of the Sci-Fi / Tech aesthetic. But the asymmetrics in its geometry, various custom build curves and incisions somewhat tune down the mechanical geometric tone of the letterforms, and introducing a slight more humanized touch to its rhythm. These non-traditional attributes making this more of a novel stencil typeface with a strong personality.
The typeface was inspired by space age tech. Its a display style font that is perfect for when your project has to have that typical techy or futuristic aesthetic look. Its best used at large size, but it does work in smaller size format as well.
The font includes:
• uppercase, lowercase & numerals
• accented latin
• symbols & punctuation marks
• some glyph alternatives
• ornamental decorative elements
All "lingual" characters are functional stencils, the only exceptions that aren't stenciled are the ornamental decorative symbols and dingbats.
CheersThis is a clone
Recreation of the pixel font Capcom/Software Creations' "Bionic Commando" (1987) on the Amstrad CPC.
Note the spiral character, used for decorative borders, mapped to "Full Block" (U+2588).
Only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.
LUCERNA — Neoclassical stencil serif
Lucerna is a modern neoclassical stencil serif in the Didot style.
Simple & Elegant...
Created primarily with the focus towards luxury fashion and marketing brand-oriented projects, aiming at luxurious and sophisticated design projects.
Although it’s a true and fully functional stencil, design focus wasn’t so much
concentrated around the 'functionality' part of the stencil concept. Instead it was more focussed on the stylish implementation of the concept and on making sure it looks pretty.
The stencil concept was achieved by way of stroke omissions. Some of which are large and drastic, leaving only critical parts of the stroke intact, while others are more subtle, like those detached crossbars or cuts seen in the hairlines.
Thin transitional bracketed serifs and a mixture of various sized teardrop- and pointy terminals, combined with the high stroke contrast, these make up for a sharp and interesting looking font that provokes this thoughtful stencil letter concept.
There is a lot of subtle dynamic height deviations going on, hoping to tune in to more of a lively rhythm, and introduce some playful characteristic properties.
Minute changes to optimize optical performance have also been implemented, such as overshoots. The relative low cap-height makes up for a somewhat short and stocky uppercase quality. Its accompanied by a relatively tall x-height that results in a fairly large lowercase size. Due to the lower cap-height of the font, the short ascenders parts of the lowercase letters still exceed above the Cap-Line, preserving some of that otherwise lost white space, improving legibility.
The design's missing segments and various random detached bits 'n pieces aren't as functional in smaller sizes. Making it harder to read or distinguish detached letter elements from puntuation marks. So it is best used for display purpose.
A small number of glyph alternative forms are included as well:
• 2 forms of lowercase letter a:Single-storey and double-storey (default).
• 2 forms of upper- and lowercase letters Ss:Pointy terminals (default) and teardrop terminals.
• 2 forms of upper- and lowercase letter Tt: Uppercase letter T has two variations of pointy terminals, normal angled and extra angular. Lowercase letter t has alternative form with teardrop shaped terminal to use at the end of words, and can add a slightly more stylish look. The default version has better proportional width with just a small non-decorative curved terminal, this default form has smaller width for a improved horizontal text advance.
• 4 forms for lowercase letter g:Just 3 additional extra slightly alternate forms.
• 5 forms for lowercase letter f:Bracketed (default), curved, teardrop narrow, teardrop extra narrow, teardrop wide.
• Extra set of Copyright symbols:Cap-height size and x-height size.
• 5 forms of Pilcrow symbols:Just 4 additional extra alternate forms.
It covers most basic Latin languages, 65 in total so far.
Several symbols and punctuation marks are included. (probably more later)
I hope you like it so far,
CheersThis is a clone
A while ago I had the concept basic forms for this design pre-published in an effort to try and reach out to y'all, asking if any of you was interested in joining me in this attempt to create a multi member community collaboration.
The original idea had I invisioned at that time was; presumptuous that most writing systems have two parallel sets of letters that can be used to distinguish between upper- and lowercase. That hypothetically could than be divided in two separate "Half-A-Bets"(oopz, lol). One one for upper- and a second for lowercase. Allowing two Fontstructors to each choose their own designated section within that specific language. But enthusiasm quickly reached critical mass, making a mild gesture go ballistic and somehow sketched this crazy wild idea of having multiple participating parties that each reserved one-half of a language within one of the several designated ranges for the Basic Multilingual Planes (preferably within their native writing system if possible), and in turns to each have them supply the glyph set for their section.
Oh, and "Sweet mother of a blind gekko", boy what was I wrong, as eventually only one Die-Hard going by the name Dmitriy hooked up with the project in the end.
So hereby I proudly present the results of this combined forces:
"Gesamtkunstwerk" — A Futuristic sci-fi stencil sans
The philosophy behind the FontStruction was to publish the completed font with open font license (so that it is clonable). Feel free to redistribute/share, clone, learn or even refurbish mash-up and re-publish your version.
— [The original collaborative project is now closed for any new participating parties, sorry!]
Some small things still need additional work, such as kerning (which is incomplete and remains a WIP for now), Cyriillic script still missing uppercase set. All of this is scheduled to be included soon, so stay tuned..
hope y'all simply enjoy it so far nonetheless!
CheersThis is a clone
An industrial stencil with a meaner, sharper aesthetic, similar to Sprat
Inspired by pocketknives and tacticool gear
Bonus Chinese character experiment
Also 1 year since my first FS
My version of the FontStruct logo. All uses of the logo is credited to the creaters of the logo, like Rob Meek.
Only for bilingual use: English and or Bahasa Indonesia. (Indonesian)
The expanded version can be found here as a WIP version that can be useful later on by this site
**Alternative letter N in uppercases.**
This is a project I have been doing for almost a year, thank you for your support!
I've mixed an eighties' font with a military stencil font and got this! It is suprisingly legible at small sizes!
Thanks to riccard0 for helping me fix the "s" and "z" and swapping the "u" and "v"!