For this font I was inspired by elegant and decorative type. I looked at old English style and modern cursive fonts to inform my design. My font would be described as script, pixelated, and formal, using thick and thin strokes, ligatures, and fluid strokes to simulate handwriting.
Text that resembles either highly organized wires or intricate neon bulbs. Take from it what you will! ( :
Sometimes you just need those cuuuurves. I will come back to this in the future and expand it to include more characters.
MIKITA - A "Chrome Script" style font based on the "Makita" logo type.
It is a simple 'semi' connected script, with only the basic character set. I don't feel like this requires having tons of typographic features. It is just aimed at writing simple things in this script style.
I hope you like it nonetheless
Pixcript. Your new pixel-styled script font for a "square-handwriting" kind ;)
A script (cypher?) I made which separates letters into groups in an unusual way. It's also monospaced, visually at least.
Translator specifically for this font: https://lingojam.com/LegibleOnno
What are those weird no-width characters!? The rectangular vowels of Onno - ⊐◻⊔⊏⊓ꘌ॥ᒧᒣᒪᒥ, corresponding to AEIOUYÜÅÄÖÉ - are actually supposed to go around the non-vowels to their right. Ex: for the word "⊐ⴲ╱", it should be written so "⊐" is big, and contains "ⴲ╱". For multi-vowel words like "◻⊐ꕕⴱ", "◻" contains "⊐", which in turn contains "ꕕⴱ". In order to construct these large vowels that can contain other characters, and even other large vowels, the no-width characters exist.
Special no-width glyphs
(lyr = layer)
Left line: lyr1 ʰ, lyr2 ʱ, lyr3 ʲ
Right line: lyr1 ʰ, lyr2 ʳ, lyr3 ʴ
Top line: lyr1 ʵ, lyr2 ʶ, lyr3 ʷ
Bottom line: lyr1 ʸ, lyr2 ˠ, lyr3 ˡ
Top and bottom line: lyr1 ˢ, lyr2 ˣ, lyr3 ˤ
Quote extensions: yr2 ˄, lyr3 ˅
Other technical glyphs
Vowel continuation mark: ˀ
Space glyph: _
BACK TO THE FRAKTUR - Modular geometric calligraphic blackletter
Calligraphy inspired design, that even though it's name can be deceptive, suggesting one in thinking it is a Fraktur derivative. Which is actually quite not the case, and as far as being a calligraphic Blackletter inspired work, the similarities between the two stop.
This is a heavily simplified and geometric take on the calligraphic style, with much more modernized letterforms as well.
It remains a WIP, but I'd love to hear what u think so far.
STF_METROPLEX - A discrete non-cursive gothic printscript.
Its a 'block letter' script. aimed to resemble handwriting that was somewhat rushed and therefor slightly sloppy looking.
The inspiration for this loosely evolved around the idea of a simple handwriting style with medium tip marker pen, a writing style most commonly used and seen in simple everyday application, such as quick notes, bulletin board writing, block format business style as well as in study notes.
The font combines a bit of two styles into one, with the capital letters done in a 70's Streamline Art-Deco style with at their core a distinct clear geometric backbone. When this is used in "all caps" it could provide for a solid looking headliner. For the lowercase I designed this playful and very dynamic script style that looks very much like a handwritten printscript.
The capital letters are designed with a minutely reduced cap-height relative to the point size. This allows the upper-case set coincide better with the dynamic variations and overshoots on the x-height in the lower-case set when type is set a mixed-case format.
Only partial kerning applied (sorry), but this was a horrible pain in the .... to get somewhat spaced decent enough!
CheersThis is a clone
Hi, if you liked to use my work, here is just my reminder,virama is placed so that Ba becomes BI for example in the letter z, so that Ba becomes Bo in the letter X and the vowel killer in the letter C. the letter Q is Pamudpod, in J and Ñ the letter Nga