my inspiration for this was the font on a packaging of bricelets ...
if there's interest, i will add more letters ...
Semiserif semispur minimalism.
This design uses a few novel glyph-shapes and techniques to achieve its look. Most notable of these is the serifed a which lets the serif protrude to the right. I avoid this feature in almost all designs, especially pixel fonts, because it adds an unnecessary 1px of spacing - but for this font, the feature can be included without changing anything for the worse. Many other glyphs have this same sort of protruding serif/spur, and the slanted geometry of the serifs/spurs affords them a look that "retreats" from neighboring glyphs, rather than seeming to protrude into them.
Spiky shapes and sticks that point in all directions: just take a twilight walk trough a forest in the fog.
WIP............... still ....................
The name is Hungarian as we have Hungarian connection in the family and among friends. It means my forest spirit.
V0.2.6: Finished Cyrillic.
A small scale faux-bezier design with a cutout-esque look. It offers different advantages at different sizes. Most glyphs are legible down to 4pt.
As this design evolves, it gives me an increasing "board games" feeling. This design seems very well-suited for board game parts, especially cards and smaller plastic pieces.
This has a few notable design features:
- Asymmetry helps keep letters like bdpq from being confused for one another
- Serifs and flags accomplish the same thing for groups of similar letters such as ce and ftſ
- Semiserif style helps reduce the need for kerning to almost zero
- Simplified polygons and counter shapes help pixel optimization
See also:Cartoon Riot
An avantgarde serif with a mild horror theme. It takes advantage of the properties of antialiasing/text smoothing algorithms to render a convincingly handmade aesthetic.
Making attractive, consistent, nonpixel serif designs at this grid size is quite a challenge. Making them look handmade is even moreso. I've tried that many times, but this design is the first such one I felt was truly usable. It doesn't quite look typewriter-esque, but blends well with other designs that are.
For this I used many different serif shapes, with each one depending on how the line it was attached to wanted to bend or terminate. This is in contrast to most other serif designs I've seen, in which the serifs themselves are more consistent in shape. I decided against faux-bezier curves for this, because they all looked way too polygonal. I think this is one of few cases where a rectangular O and S enhance the overall design rather than weakening it.
This is a attempt at starting another collaborative FontStruct community project to thank for a decade of FontStruct's web application and pay homage to its creator, Rob Meek.
The first initiative for a community collab fontstruction originally came from fellow user 'Funk_King', and resulted in 'FS Collaboration 1'. A second round of creative collaborations was proposed by 'Geneus1', which resulted in 'World of Thanks'. Two exceptional expressions of gratitude towards each responsible for making the FontStruct web application available, featuring contributions by various community members.
Now, more than 9 years after the second round 'World of Thanks' was published and (sadly) had last seen activity, I thought It would be a great idea to celebrate a fontastic decade under the belt of FontStruct.
Therefor I'd like to propose a third round of creative collaborations.
This is an opportunity for all users who have missed out the first two rounds, and say 'Thank You' for the awesome, worlds most accessible, freely available font creation application, that is FontStruct.
All credits for this concepts originallity should go to 'Funk_King', as it was his brainchild, and I most likely would've never came up with it myself.
Guidelines are fairly simple (but could possibly change at a later stage)
1.) Send a message to reserve your glyph('s) (up to 3 max.). People added to the list will be sent the info to access the collab account.
2.) Say 'Thank You' in your own words/language. (Spanish, French, Italian, etc.)
3.)Work should only be done on your own glyph(s), unless approved by the original designer!
4.) The size of the glyph('s) should roughly be between 32 and 64 bricks in height.
5.) The current person working on the font must inform the next person on the list that they are finished, so work will not be lost by working simultaneously. As well as keep the project running.
6.) Once finished, add your username, language and/or glyph description here at the bottom.
7.) If you are posting a message in the comment section from the collab account, end the message with your original username, so we know who you are.
8.) When possible, post a sample image of your contribution in action. below in the comment section.
The initial font was cloned from DJNippa's 'All Composites saved in MY BRICKS' (big thanks to this user for allowing me to use this fontstruction brick toolset).
It has been slightly modified, removing all bricks from the editor grid, preserving only the saved set within the 'My Brick' pallet. The small square shaped brick in 'My Bricks' that is used as glyph indicator also marks the end of DJNippa's brick tool set. All bricks beyond this point are most likely the result of of glyph-specific composites and should under no circumstances be modified what so ever.
It is also possible to work on your personal FontStruct account by manually cloning DJNippa's or this font, and once you finished your glyph(s) simply copy/paste it from your account into the collab account.
Have fun structing!
A-(Ligatured Sans) Bedankt Fontstruct! (Dutch), by Sed4tives, B-(Stencil Sans) Bedankt (Dutch), by Sed4tives, C-(Circular Display) dankjewel (Dutch), Sed4tives, D-(Minimalism) 謝謝 (Mandarin Chinese), by JunYou, E-(Artdeco) 謝謝 (Mandarin Chinese), by JunYou, F-(Minecraftio) !תודה (Hebrew), by BWM, G-(Rainy Days) ¡Gracias! (Spanish), by BWM, H-(DYMO LetraTag Interface) ghIlDeSten! (Klingon), by BWM, I-(description) 고맙습니다! (Standard Korean), by Bluemon, J-(description) word (language), by userThis is a clone of All Composites saved in MY BRICKS 3.0
It took me so long damn it
original work by Sed4tivesThis is a clone of STF_BLACKPAPER
Font made for the logo of a particular project/video game of mine.
Some kerning pairs are imperfect... I can only bring them 10 bricks closer together, so a bit of space remains...
Current Version: 1.9