This is the updated version of the Invertory font.
- Fixed the world's worst quotation marks
- Added More Latin
- Glyphs: 212
- Version: The Invertory Font, update 2
- Permissions: You can use this font anywhere you like!
- License: Open Font LicenseThis is a clone
Pretty much Bubbly Bliss. Quite Futuristic, with A lot of Glyphs!
Too lazy to draw an Ampersand, so I Drew a Bullet instead.
Don't know if anyone's done this before, but I wanted to recreate the Fontstruct logo as an actual working typeface! Hope all of you enjoy it, I might add all of the foreign characters soon too.
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My first serious typeface design trial with fontstruct.com
What has One Shape and 99 Glyphs? Hexagonic! Like this font if you think it is cool!
Finished! (Took me 3 days)
Private use characters are encoded in Variation Selectors and Latin Ext. D.
As a first year graphic design student at UWE this is my first attempt at creating a typeface on Fontstruct based around the theme of ‘hope’. Looking at this theme I explored the words; dream, desires and wishing leading me to the classic phrase, ‘when you wish upon a star’ and have therefore, based my typeface on stars. Through research, I looked at the patterns and layouts of star constellations to find that they are only made up of straight lines and circles, which is why I have formed a simple lettering using only these two basic forms, incorporating the concept of star constellations.
Note: this is a work in progress.
My take on the logotype. Only Basic Latin so far. Public Domain Dedication. Enjoy!This is a clone
Na plešce ti vidím vešku,
zaklapni svou sprostou držku,
nebo spadneš na koleje.
Zpozdím tebou české dráhy,
spousta lidí se pobleje,
až zvážím tvé smrti váhy.
Na plešce ti vidím vešku,
koukám na ní pěkně zvršku.
Koukám tak i na tebe,
na všechny kolem sebe.
This font explores the theme of anger. I took inspiration from heavy metal/rock album covers and tried to recreate the same irregular/jarring lettering they do. To do this I painted letters quickly on varying sizes of paper and translated this onto fontstruct to get a rough/rushed look.
Finally done. Phew! It took two days to make this. This is a full collection of 5×7 Dot Matrix characters as seen on many devices, like Texas Instruments calculators. A lot of these are custom. Sources include TI-83, TI-86, TI-89, Casio Monochrome Graphing Calculators, Casio fx-115ES PLUS, and the rest, I created them myself. I included fractions for those themes on Microsoft Office don't have matching "1/3" and other fractions with the "1/4", "1/2", and "3/4". The fullwidth characters are substitutes for the other characters in the regular style, such as the math "x" and "y" from Casio.
Please note that character sets like Arabic and some Math Operators are beyond 5×7 pixels. If you want to know why? Because Arabic is very big and if I put it all in 5×7 pixels, the text will look weird, won't really fit inside, and there would be no point to it. I left it as is. Roman Numerals cannot fit if you were doing the "VIII" character, for example.
8/28/2019: Font created.
1/7/2020: Added characters in the following form: Fullwidth and Halfwidth are used for making TI-73 Explorer characters, plus actual monospace setting characters. Note that Runic, Tagalog, and Hanunoo are replaced with character variants. The last variation of a character is from Minecraft's font. The fractions are also changed to level the line spacing. The wide "M" is never ever for use on Monospacing.
1/8/2020: More variations are added, extended to replace Buhid. I also added other math symbols and more. To type x̄, press unicode shortcut and type 01b2. To type ȳ, press unicode shortcut and type 01b3. I also added over a hundred, or two hundred, more characters to stock up on the font. Oh and I changed the filters to separate the pixels for a more pixel and retro look. Also fixed the spacing on the "Щ" character.
9/8/2020: Added a bunch of more characters to the font set.
Note that this font is work in progress so you will recieve updates here.
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.
With Simbraille, is easier to see the where the dots are placed in the 6-dot cell. It may be used to teach about dot placement.
If you typed Braille with Perky Duck, you can copy and paste it into a Word Editor, like Microsoft Word. Then you just change the font to be this font, Unicode Braille Font. 16 pt font size is recommended.
You can also take text, copy and paste it into an online braille translator, and take that brailled text, and use that text in Microsoft Word. Then change the font type.
You might need to adjust height spacing if it's too cramped. In Microsoft Office, you can right click, and go to Paragraph, and change the Line spacing to 2. That would make it easier to read.
You may adjust margins to give more space as well.This is a clone of Unicode Braille Font