This font was created around the theme of 'elegant'. I chose to focus on the elegance of flowing fabric and drapery, so designed these letters inspired by classical depictions of fabric in paintings and marble sculptures.This is a clone of DRAPERY
A light weight Bauhaus style font with a little handwriting twist. Most curves have a slight overshoot. A lot of characters are still missing due to design difficulties. I hope to add more soon.
This font was created around the theme of 'elegant'. I chose to focus on the elegance of flowing fabric and drapery, so designed these letters inspired by classical depictions of fabric in paintings and marble sculptures.
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Inspired by the starting point 'elegant' , this font was developed looking at the structure of constellations, and how a number of different points can be interpreted into images. The fine, interconnected lines of the typeface reflect the delicate and subtle connotations of the word 'elegant', and it is designed to be used as a display face. the name 'Cassiopeia' is taken from an existing constellation, initially listed in the 2nd century.
My new typeface 'Coup de ruban' represents the beauty of human movement through interpretive dance. I decided to name my elegant font 'ribbon stroke', but in French, as French is seen as a beautiful language. The thin, curved flourishes follow the movements of the dancer Megan Batoon's hands and feet when dancing to her own choreography. The thick strokes represent ballerina ribbon which ground the flourishes to create a bold, yet elegant display font. -Sam
This font was designed around the theme word Elegant. I was inspired to create a typeface that was ornate and palatial; it is a ode to Baroque design.
I have tried to emulate columns for the body of the font and created a crowned frieze for some of the letters with decorative toppers for the remaining characters.
This is a Font inspired by the Art Deco movement. The theme for this idea is "Elegant". I decided not to do the traditional elegant that is mostly made from curves and more thick lines. My font is more of a "man elegant" style. I was inspired by the thin and simple lines from the art deco time that are very elegant but at the same time they show "power".
A visually pleasing alternative alphabet. Simply start each word you type in UPPER CASE and finish each word with a period (.) Looks great as an Arabesque, Far-East cipher.This is a clone
Pavos real means peacock in Spanish. I think this is an excellent name for the elegant serif font. I will make more Latin and Cyrillic(Russian). Greek lower case letters are simply too script-y . It will be tough making them. That's all.
so I was scrolling down my fs page and I found this font i made before. And I realized that i promised to make cyrillic which I didn't. I made cyrillic now.
Inspired by the theme elegant, focusing on jewellery and the chains of necklaces. I researched chains, looking at how they link to create this typeface.This is a clone