A version of PeeCee with the monospace mode turned on (the original font is from 2008, before Rob implemented monospace mode on FontStruct!) and the scanlines thickened up a bit.
I've added a number of unicode characters as well, now that FontStruct supoorts them, such as the box-drawing characters. I think the font now has full Codepage 437 coverage, and some other code pages besides.This is a clone of PeeCee
"Hurrah!" After almost three months of work in iterative steps my 8-bit typeface is now finally ready! SquarePants Next is loosely inspired on a seriffed typeface originally developed by Löwen Spielautomaten for a German videogame called 'Quizmaster', issued back in 1985. When it comes to readability, contrast within letterforms is a key factor. What distinguishes my font from most other pixel fonts around, is the addition of 1 pixel to the stem width; because it simply reads better! SquarePants Next is of course fully scaleable, but optimized for use at 8 point size. The font contains a full Latin + Latin-1 Supplement character set.
User feedback, plus small details that might be considered inconsistencies, were addressed in this fresh redesign. SquarePants Next is available free of charge for private/unpublished usage. Now add that retro look to your typographic palette! Build in the Netherlands with enjoyment!
This is my first typeface as a first-year graphic design student at UWE. It has been created based on the theme ''Rebirth''. Inspired by the Renaissance which means ''rebirth'' in French the typeface is a transition from the old to the new. It is also connected to moon phases as a symbol of rebirth and change. The typeface is a combination of sharp elements and smooth shapes, has some futuristic and traditional motifs. Each letter is unique and can be used by itself or in a text with the others. Any comments are welcomed.
Working under the theme of 'Rebirth', I have focused my first font on the idea of post-war architecture, or otherwise commonly known as modernist/brutalist architecture. Buildings constructed following the Second World War were built using new technologies of construction. These types of designs were known for their use of modern materials such as concrete and steel as well as their interesting geometrical forms. I was heavily influenced by the architecture featured in Owen Hopkins' book 'Lost Futures' which looks at the disappearing architecture of post-war Britain and how changing external contexts played a role in the subsequent destruction of these buildings.
I began my concept for ‘Totem’ with thinking about rebirth and symbolism surrounding eyes. I thought about religion before moving towards Indigenous beliefs. I built the font from shapes and forms which I had found from the images of Totem poles that I had studied. The circles within each letter are a reflection of the eyes found carved onto Totem poles, full of history and a way of being connected to heritage.
I created this typeface based on the theme ‘Hope’. While being or becoming blind is extremely hard, there is always light after the dark, even for the people who cannot see. I tried to include every character from the Braille alphabet (white dots) to the original English alphabet (black dots), so it would be learnt and understood easily.
Revive is the first Iteration of a font inspired and designed to celebrate a rebirth in urban environments. I focussed on using simple geometric shapes and simplifying the feeling I wanted to convey with my font. By moving the x height of the letters really close to the cap height I tried to recreate the illusion of perspective, as if you were looking at a building from an “ants eye view” This helped convey a feeling of growth and structure representing the re-birth of nature and cities together.
If you played Minecraft for a while, you may or may not recognize or seen this font. And yes the Ẅ, Ẁ, Ẃ and Ỳ have different looking accents, but that's how it is in the original. And lastly, I will add more glyphs/characters/letters in the future. And yes I know it's a Gnu font but Fontstruct wouldn't allow us to access every character set. And I made this font just for fun. That's all! (edit: I changed the name from "Minecraft Bedrock" to "Minecraft GNU Font" 11/27/20)
I am currently studying Graphic Design at The University of the West of England and this is my first typeface on Fonstruct.
The theme I chose was Community, specifically gaming communities and how important they have been for people during lockdown.
This is my first FontStruction while currently studying graphic design at Bristol UWE. This font was born from the theme of ‘hope’ and that we are hopefull for the future. I looked at lots of different material for insperation, inculding film posters, furteristic clothing and computer games. I developed the high contrast version after the standard weight, after being inspired by a font called ‘Noe Display’.
Two-in-one fontstruct. This can be used directly like any other font or... you can also add it some special: rounded beginning and end of words! (typing without spaces "<" before writing the word and ">" when you finish it and using "\" as the space). Enjoy it, please.
Here is my first fontstruction coming to you from a graphic design student at UWE Bristol.
This font is based around the theme 'rebirth' and to me rebirth means growth, open-minded, seeing the world in new ways- an awakening.
So I went down the path of spiritual journeys. Throughout lockdown I have been listening to the one and only, Joe Rogan and his podcasts. Many of which discuss the topic of psychedelics and how they have changed peoples perspectives on life - positively. I then took these topics and found my 'Rebirth'
This font represents; psychedelics, trance and being in the state of stupor...