Published: 25th July, 2009
Last edited: 30th October, 2009
Created: 13th July, 2009
Based on an idea from the Ent-wife it took a long time to arrive ... but then Ents are never hasty ... hhrrrrrmmmmnnnnhhhhh ... no, never hasty.
Published: 15th July, 2010
Last edited: 3rd October, 2012
Created: 14th July, 2010
One of my old designs brought up-to-date with FS 2.0
I have changed the name from 'RM Albion Too' to 'RM New Albion' because, whilst I liked the word play of the former, I thought it was a tad trite (and a bit Anglo-centric).
Published: 22nd September, 2009
Last edited: 22nd September, 2009
Created: 21st September, 2009
Couldn't find all the bricks I needed, so I had to make do with found materials :)This is a clone
Published: 17th October, 2009
Last edited: 1st April, 2012
Created: 16th October, 2009
An attempt at creating a set based upon each glyph being set in a square (with obvious exceptions such as i, f, 1 etc).
The 'Squarial' was the nickname for an old British motorbike - 'The Arial Square Four'
Published: 1st January, 2010
Last edited: 2nd January, 2010
Created: 28th December, 2009
I haven't done a 'chrome' for a while ... somwhere around the three billionth brickstack I remembered why :)This is a clone of RM Serifangle 3D
Published: 25th May, 2010
Last edited: 25th May, 2010
Created: 23rd May, 2010
This started off as an exercise in FS 2.0 ... but I got side tracked and slipped into producing this for some reason.
Published: 15th August, 2009
Last edited: 12th April, 2012
Created: 3rd August, 2009
ASL is not a written language, but this font should, hopefully, assist anyone wishing to learn ASL.
The following is a quote from Wikipedia:
"American Sign Language (or ASL, Ameslan) is the dominant sign language of the Deaf community in the United States, in the
English-speaking parts of Canada, and in some regions of Mexico. Although the United Kingdom and the United States share English as a
spoken and written language, British Sign Language (BSL) is quite different from ASL, and the two sign languages are not mutually
ASL is often written with English words in all capital letters, which is known as glossing. This is, however, a method used simply to teach
the structure of the language. ASL is a visual language, not a written language. There is no one-to-one correspondence between words in
ASL and English, and much of the inflectional modulation of ASL signs is lost.
There are two true writing systems in use for ASL: a phonemic Stokoe notation, which has a separate symbol or diacritic mark for every
phonemic hand shape, motion, and position (though it leaves something to be desired in the representation of facial expression), and a more
popular iconic system called SignWriting, which represents each sign with a rather abstract illustration of its salient features. SignWriting is
commonly used for student newsletters and similar purposes."
Published: 16th February, 2010
Last edited: 16th February, 2010
Created: 8th February, 2010
Alternate Ligatures: (worth copying)
¬ = ct
` = st
~ = f (s)
^ = ft (st)
# = fh (sh)
AE, ae, fi, fl, f (s) and the long s are in their places within the More and Extended Latin sets (thanks to riccard0 for his advice on the last two).This is a clone of RM Almanack FS 1.0
Published: 22nd March, 2010
Last edited: 12th October, 2012
Created: 21st March, 2010
As complete as it is likely to get.
Apologies to non-English language users, but adding diacritics would be too big a task (involving between 50 - 150 brick stacks per glyph). If anyone wants a specific diacritic, for a particular use, contact me and I will try to add it.This is a clone of RM Romantic Carved FS1
Published: 30th September, 2009
Last edited: 22nd September, 2010
Created: 30th September, 2009
Used in conjunction with Playtime solid and Playtime, a variety of effects can be achievedThis is a clone of RM Playtime FS1.0
Published: 15th October, 2009
Last edited: 15th October, 2009
Created: 8th October, 2009
Continuing the Playtime theme - these look a bit like the wooden (and/or plastic) letters my kids used to play withThis is a clone of RM Playtime medium FS1.0
Published: 1st September, 2009
Last edited: 3rd September, 2009
Created: 30th August, 2009
Very loosely based on the work of Piet Mondrian.
The alternative S (igorrossi's) is on the l/c sThis is a clone