A basic modern-looking font. Comes with ligatures (first time making those so sorry if they look bad), basic accent support (bare cedilla and acute are there), and some "more latin" characters.
Text that resembles either highly organized wires or intricate neon bulbs. Take from it what you will! ( :
THANks FontStruct FOR A COOL GAME
Unicase font with a lot of alternates in the lowercase to improve the general playfullness.
An 8-bit reimagination of Didone/Modern typefaces. Characterized by high contrast, no stress, and a low x-height.This is a clone
Maltro is a rather cubic and modern font at the same time, it's my first font and it took a lot of time to make, so be indulgent please :)
PERSONAL USE ONLY
The uppercase letters are connected, and the lowercase letters are separate from each other. Features accented latin characters and ligatures. Also has kerning for uppercase and lowercase F.
This is my first ever font using ideas to make an heavy sans-serif typeface. I was inspired by elmoyenique and Jamie Place (FontBlast). I'm not stealing ideas from anybody by the way, I've wanted to share something to explain a journey of making my own fonts in life.
I got some aspect of making the glyphs look heavier. I've tried to make the letter f, but it flawlessly has the same height as the other glyphs. If I make number four, than I've obviously make it like this because the slanted bricks are not enough to make up a four glyph. Some of the glyphs (for example: ð, ß, ™, ®) are hard to build it because it was considered to be rounded by its curve and too small if the text was heavier.
When I run out of name ideas, the only idea of this font name i've chose is Lourde (french word for heavy).
Logical evolution of zolid02, less experimental and more readable, complete and compact.This is a clone of zolid02 eYe/FS
The magic's all in the lower case anyway. Tech startup circa 2008.
Republished with some accents, diacritics, etc. Likely still in progress (as if anything is ever really finished.) Cheers,This is a clone
A simplified version of Aurebesh that I made. For anyone who doesn’t know, Aurebesh is the Star Wars font, and is usually called the “Star Wars language”.