This typeface is inspired by retro arcade games. I wanted a blocky style to represent how the old typefaces looked like. One typeface which inspired this one is one Atari made for their video game Sprint 2. I used a 12x12 grid to help me create the blocky look to it. I used a 3x3 grid in the corners empty to keep a consistent look to each letter.
This Conscript is Intended for the Dubbing Fanon Wiki.
A blocky and rounded font. More glyphs soon.
Use it for whatever you want, being non-commercial or commercial, you can use it.
Just don't sell it as it was yours.
Just a really blocky font inspired by the many abstractivist typefaces of the 1970s. I based it off of a logo I made once, and it definitely isn't perfect (like seriously, as much as I try, I just can't get the darn Y to look like anything remotely recognizable!)
EDIT: for some reason it doesn’t look very good zoomed out, so I would highly recommend zooming in before making up your mind about it.
another attempt of a grotesk, varied widths/ "stretch font"
A font inspired by the Scratch game "Loops" and it's logo. Designed to be a 1:1 recreation of the original logo and with artistic liberties for every other letter.
Credit to @7eps80 on Scratch for the game and the logo.
A font I did that all started with certain glyphs from the font "NiseTantRK".
I attempted to remake those glyphs and proceeded to continue working on this font until it looks the way it looks now.