Came up with this script in just about 15 minutes, it has a really nice flow to it and is inspired by Thai, Arabic, and believe it or not, Tengwar. Great for fictional languages, conlangs, or aliens. Let me know if you decide to use it for anything, would love to see your work!
NOTE: The glyphs are the same for Upper and Lower case for the time being.
My First Serif Font!
Inverted Calligraphy style, at 0° and Vertical to Horizontal stroke ratio is 1:0.33.
Думаете, этот шрифт слишком широкий? Мне, работая на мониторе формата 21:9 так не кажется. Это очень удобный и функциональный формат, но многие сайты с адаптирующимся дизайном выглядят на нём плохо. Давно пора думать о ультра- и бесконечно- широких мониторах, а не только о 16:9 (не говоря о Virtual Reality).
Think this font is too wide? Working on a 21: 9 monitor does not seem so to me. It is a very convenient and functional format, but many websites with responsive designs look bad on it. It's high time to think about ultra- and infinity-wide monitors, not just 16: 9 (not to mention Virtual Reality). Lowercase have more common, monospaced, less futuristic look.
Mastar Font - Still Work In Progress and Not Finished although I may be reaching the size limit for a fontstruction...This is a clone
A clean, monospace, sans font which also has a little personality to it. Perfect for coding.
Trying to achieve maximum readability and symbol differentiation within a reasonable size.This is a clone of CatseyeCode7x15R
Condensed geometric sans-serif typeface inspired by the lettering seen on a variety of different Dutch and German street signs.
The simple and clean geometric letterforms provide this typeface with a strong legibility in both display & body style text.
(grid size 3,5 × 7 at 2x2 brick size filter)
Support for 34 languages:
Afrikaans, Albanian, Belarusian, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Macedonian, Maltese, Norwegian, Polish, Portugese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, Zulu.
I spent a lot of time making this font, it is based On the premise that too many fonts are way to ambiguous, so this is a fix for that, also I have added a copyright symbol, I replaced the vertical bar with the copyright symbol, because as far as I know the vertical bar symbol is rarely if ever used...( I have not seen it used in allmost anything I have viewed or read in all my life, except that it is there in the font character listing, so why is it there? certainly a copyright symbol would be more useful don't you think?) as for the "blockiness" of the C in the copyright symbol, keep in mind, that it is designed to have a maximum width of 9 pixels, so for what it is I think it is good, basically you cant get a smaller bitmaped based copyright symbol where it is as crisp and where the c is not pointed like a less than symbol and the c is not "touching" the circle it is in which would make it harder to read... so if you do see fit to use it I hope you are happy with it...
This project has changed my view of type by being patient and to really think about how the typeface will be protrayed in a product. My typeface reminds me of an "old-school" videogame. I had alot of fun with this project because I got familier with the tools in this program very quickly. I hope you enjoy my font, Funky Pixels!
Is it Ironic that I spent a lot of time making a minimalistic font? Maybe not...
In any case, this is a font I made with a challenge of keeping every character within a 5x5 block size (4x4 blocks for the lowercase letters)
The only character NOT within a 5x5 square is the @ character. It somehow ended up a little wide.
WiP. Suggestions? I'm thinking of making a fused stylistic set.
Pusk (russian "Пуск") means Start. Modern sans.
See more: Myriad
Smarty, DenHaag (A.Tarbeev)
https://web.archive.org/web/20180402025639/http://davidrudnick.org/CasziusThis is a clone of Antidot Sans
The typeface Chop originally came into fruition as Chop Chop and was later shortened for convenience. The name comes from the process in which it was made, by chopping off what would normally be rounded. It has both playful and sinister qualities. Chop reminisces of a simpler time when computer games still came on floppy disks and the Internet was dial-up.
Common uses for Chop include but are not limited to: laser engraved ax handles, mix CDs, laser engraved knife handles, mixtapes, album covers and graffiti.
I decided to be laynecom for a day, and this is the result. Didn't have time for numbers and punctuation though, unfortunately...
Some alternates available in Extended Latin A. Suggestions and critiques encouraged, as always. Thanks and enjoy!
This was another attempt at a clean geometric sans. It turned out a lot like fs vandyx, but... less "open", perhaps? Anyway, suggestions and critiques welcome. Thanks and enjoy!
Not sure what inspired this one--I think it actually started off italic, but it proved too difficult to FontStruct an italic like this back in 2014...
A clone of the variable-width pixel font PlainAndSimple (itself a clone of Nano OK) that adds small serifs to many letters and some numbers, with the same weight as the rest of the font. Numbers are full-size here (about the size of a capital letter) instead of the narrrow versions in PlainAndSimple, with a slashed zero. Several other things have been updated, usually relating to the wider max width that the serifs require.This is a clone of PlainAndSimple
It has a futuristic look to it. Its wel balanced and you are free to use this work and for commercial purposes, as long as you credit me with a link to this account
http://fontstruct.com/fontstructors/754851/orginaljun or my blog http://orginaljun.blogspot.nl