Instructions: this font is designed for the creation of panoramic mountain ranges, plus some weather on a standard QWERTY keyboard. It is UPPERCASE only and makes use of the negative space left of the LEFT vertical guide to make overlays, which is why the preview looks funny.
1. Keep your shift key held down throughout.
2. High Peaks. Start by choosing an uppercase letter from the upper row (eg. "Q").
3. Low Peaks. Then choose an uppercase letter from the row below (eg. "A").
4. Foothills. Then choose an uppercase letter from the row below (eg. "Z").
5. Weather. Keeping the shift key held down, choose clouds and rain from the numbers row.
> Remember to change each column of mountains + weather before moving on to the next.
> It looks like around 70 for text size is optimal.
> Use square brackets to start and finish your mountain range.
> Let me know if you spot a place for tweaks.
> See if you can find all the elements I forgot about!
Published: 15th June, 2013
Last edited: 15th June, 2013
Created: 9th June, 2013
my final entry in ScriptComp. all the great work that has been on display during the competition really motivated me to do this. i have done other electricity-inspired fonts, but this one is different from those being it is an electric script or at least what i was able to envision. i think perhaps since i live in the lightning capital of the world (Orlando, supposedly) maybe also had a part in it. this was challenging and fun. tried not to reply too much on the copy and paste, although i'm afraid that's my great challenge when using FS - not to be too obviously modular and really making each character as unique as possible. thanks for the motivation, guys:) and good luck everyone.
note: please do not redsitribute and repost this font elsewhere. thanks.
Published: 9th December, 2011
Last edited: 7th November, 2011
Created: 14th October, 2011
This is my font that I created for my University Brief.
I wanted to express energy with this font and designed it around the natural electrical build up of lightning.