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.
This Conscript is Intended for the Dubbing Fanon Wiki.
cloned from Christian Munk (Spitzchtruct)
this is a cursive "workshop" to be improved upon
it seems to me that there is not really much of a choice on fontstruct for cursive letters, most are connecting at the bottom which does not look natural in my opinion.
i thought i'd give it a try despite my being a beginner at this
Christian Munk had the right idea to make the connectors from the bottom on the right side of each letter and up to the middle of the left side of each letter above the baseline. it looks more natural that way.
however, some of the original creator's letters did not make sense to me, maybe it is a different language or a constructed language?
i liked some of the basic composited bits and pieces made by the originator
I moved most of Christian Munk's original created letters over to the empty punctuation spaces. the originals that i thought were okay i moved to the empty capital spaces. (there are no capitals in the original script). i'm not sure why some of the letters are strange looking, such as the letter D which looked like a capital V so i put it there instead.
then i recreated most of the lowercase letters using their bits and pieces
i think the only letters i kept the same were b, l, i, j & z
i may finish it later, the capitals need to be finished
but i thought i'd share what i got done ... it might be useful for ideas for an improved cursive scriptThis is a clone
Hello everyone! This is a font based off of the Casio fx-ES Series Calculator text. I also included Hiragana and Katakana, though they're difficult. Cyrillic is slightly harder, but easy. Alternates are in Private Use Area!
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
Cursive version of the Duos Font
Enjoy! :)This is a clone of Duos
Alphabet available in capital and lower-case.
Intended for 10pt. font size
Some symbols are used as cursive-based add-ons:
` is a single pixel, used for padding out the continuing line
@, #, $, %, ^, &, and * are flourishes to end a sentence with.
A faithful recreation of a scripty cursive monospace typeface from an old VGA Text Mode font ROM. Special characters beyond regular ASCII were left unmodified, so they are not included.
Xpanding (really!) zpains. The font can work by itself or curious effects can be achieved. The 3D aspect becomes real by adding one or two gray bands to our text as the sample show. Some alternatives (A, a, E, Y) are at the end of the Basic Latin set.This is a clone of zpains eYe/FS
The font can work by itself or curious effects can be achieved. The 3D aspect becomes real by adding one or two gray bands to our text as the samples show. Some alternatives (A, a, E, Y) are at the end of the Basic Latin set.
There's only lowercase. Some uppercase letters are different from lowercase ones to optimize connection. Does not help with your WiFi connection though.
The kerning is probably bad, enjoy ;D
It's the fancy cursive font from "resource2.dat" from Cube World. Turns out, its actually the 'Venice' font by Susan Kare & Bill Atkinson from the original classic Macintosh, so I've added all the remaining characters from the original font which the cube world version didn't have.
Cube World is Copyright 2010-2019 Picroma e.K.
Work in progress
A cursive handwriting inspired style work.
Its a medium size faux-Bezier (fake curve) style approach with somewhat rough shaped outlines. I am having a serious hard time comming up with a uppercase set. Publishing it in this early stage I kind of hope to get some suggestions that might refreh my perspective on it.
Therefor I am curious about what you guys think so far...