THANks FontStruct FOR A COOL GAME
This font is not a font, but rather a place I can do experiments like large curves, all possible h̶a̶l̶f̶-̶w̶i̶d̶t̶h̶ t̶r̶i̶a̶n̶g̶l̶e Snick Brick combinations, and much more.
This is published and cloneable so you can see (and use) the experiments for yourself.
Capital A: Various sizes of circles approximated using a standard faux (pronounced like 'foe') bezier curve technique (top) and stock bricks (bottom)
Capital B: Every possible comination of the "Snick" bricks. The reason I didn't do the half-width triangles is because that would take me a few weeks to make fully.
They were arranged in an exponential function, but I made it shorter so that everything else is visible.
Capital C: Approximations of diagonal lines.
Bottom: Simple Stock Brick method, using only two stock bricks.
Middle: Complex Stock Brick method, using three.
Top: Composite method.
Capital D: (Set filters to 2x2) I wish this was a stock brick / createable brick that didn't require layers or filters.
- Allow layers for non-patrons (maybe not colors, but at least layers)
- When stacking, don't revert the bricks back to their original states
- Brick patching (T)
Capital E: Weird thorn brick pinwheel thing. I suppose the last one there is infinitely extendable, as seen in the Capital F.
Capital F: Extension of the weird thorn brick pinwheel thing.
Capital G: Capital E but with fin bricks. The last one is also extendable (not shown)
Capital H: Two circles.
On the left is the largest one in the Capital A.
On the right is a slight variation that follows the rules of the circles: Any size circle should be able to exaclty fit the one that's two sizes down. This one also looks marginally more consisntent as far as stroke weights go.
Capital I: The snick bricks contain themselves.
Capital J: Sierpinski Triangle
Capital K: Capital E and G but with Snick Bricks
Capital L: Capital E, G, and K but with Half-width triangles
Capital M: If anyone wants to make this a font, be my guest.
Capital N: Original concept for Tloak (left), and the updated version (right)
Capital O: Collisions of the New Rings 1, 2, and 4, all offset by just a little, forming New Rings 3, 5, 6, and 7. Just like Binary. (i.e, if you combine 1 and 4 you get 5 or 1 and 2 make 3. Mixing all makes 7, the thickest one.)
Capital P: An even better slope approximation and the 4x4 composite that goes into making it
Capital Q: Various approximations for curves at the tops of 1x2 slopes. You are very welcome.
Capital R: Zoom out and press 'O' while in expert mode
Capital S: Rounding the end of a diagonal
Capital T: Various brick patches using William Leverette's Brick Patching technique, found here.
New experiments go down here.
Thank you, STF!
@SuIsJustBack4523721387: Weird flex but ok
(BTW, I can't comment or clone fonts)
Various alternates in the capitals.
@ : ligatable S.
# : ligatable T.
$ : baseline-aligned f.
` : zero-width apostrophe.
An experimental and somewhat eclectic work in progress.
There are alternates on some uppercase glyphs and at the beginning of the Private Use Area.This is a clone
I figured out how to make an animation in FS! It isn't much, and I'm certainly no professional animator, but I had some time on my hands and I enjoyed spending the majority of the day working on it (took way longer than I thought haha).
To see the animation for yourself, clone this font, click on expert mode, turn on Unicode letter sets in the advanced tab in the menu, and go to the "Private Use Area 1 (E000-EFFF)" letter set. Then just hold down the right arrow key and enjoy!
Press the G key to turn off gridlines for best experience!This is a clone
A font inspired by old computers and the pixelisation and simplistic vibe they used to bring.
actually blackletter (somehow)
inspired by the work of @elmoyenique and @sed4tives
btw "kaldus" is slanted in estonian
This should have been a minimum font, but minimum can't do color.
The idea was to simulate transparency. After trying out multiple color hatch patterns, it was apparent that it is not going to work. The earlier attempts are left in the font for you to judge yourself their efficacy.
The file is pretty heavy because of having so many anchor points (times 8 layers). Scrolling will be slow. Because the next letter overlapping the previous hides part of the black outline, just outline glyphs are there to stack two layers (colored below, outline above) to get the correct effect.
Is there some trick to make the downloaded font to work in color? The version I downloaded comes as *-svg.ttf. Aren't the color svg fonts in .otf format? Thus, no sample.
ALIEN WORMHOLE (BOLD) - Monolinear Sci-Fi-inspired 'worm' typeface.
This is a 'Bold' style version to the "ALIEN WORMHOLE" type family.
This version has a ton of extra character compared to the 'Light' version.
For now only the two 'Basic Latin' sets, some symbols and a small number of puctuation marks match. And it remains to be seen if I can translate back to the Light version all those extra's that were put into this Bold version.
I mentioned 'type family' earlier, but in reality there isn't a whole lot of family just yet. Since the two for now hardly correlate truly.
Here is a link to the 'Light' version
Stay tuned for future updates.
ALIEN WORMHOLE - Monolinear Sci-Fi-inspired 'worm' typeface.
Most well known worm-type design probably is NASA's retired 'worm' logo (used from 1975 till 1992).
A sophisticated modernist rendering of the letters (N-A-S-A), done in a bold style letterform.
That being said, I should mention that this FontStruction wasn't "inspired by" or "based on" the original NASA logo though.
[About this font:]
Small grid attempt at making sort of a experimental futuristic 'worm'-type design.
The letterforms for the most part are build from simplified basic geometry (rectangles/circular) except for a small number of symbols and punctuation that have diagonals.
It's experimental appearance is defined by the strikingly quirky counters that are awkwardly jutting out of the stems. To further boost it's awkwardness the letterforms have irregular width.
There is a full set of uppercase and partial lowercase glyph alternatives located in "Half Width Full Width" Unicode block to add slight stylistic variations.
I hope you like it,
Here is a link to the 'Bold' version
Grulla's letters –built on a 2x3 square grid– have (tri)angular counters & square terminals. Counterspace=letterspace, letter /f/ is kerned onto "rounded" letters (fc,fd,fe,fo,fs). Diacritics support spanish (hello from Argentina!)
Unleash the power of the... SLAPPERDAPPER! For the whole family!
a typeface inspired by the music of this artist, billboard lettering and brutalism