I loved the original created by zephram and I want to create a few fonts that build on it and be slightly more me. Almost no changes to the Majuscules and numbers.
This is a clone
Derived from Chisato by Zephram.
Copyright 2019 Zephram & Doug Peters (https://www.Doug-Peters.com or https://Dougs.Work) of Symbiotic Design (https://www.SymbioticDesign.com).
Although Zephram's work is no longer apparent here, it exists in the underlying compressed letter forms and shapes of most of the characters that inspired me to give it a twist and make it monspaced with tapered ends.
Donations are super-appreciated. Credit for my contribution to this work IS also greatly appreciated.
Type: Monospaced Sans.
I guess I would classify this one as: Casual, Condensed.
Web font: Yes.
Commercial use: Yes!
Derivatives: You betcha.
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Oh yeah, I design logos, websites, graphics, ads, marketing campaigns, PCs, and just about anything, really. -DPThis is a clone of Chisato
Here is my take on Scaffo Stencil.This is a clone of Scaffo Stencil
I went and mangled Spelunker by Zephram. I am messing with the shapes of the spaces between the letters. The name of the font indicates that most of the letters are wearing bell bottoms.This is a clone of Spelunker
Jamming has two different meanings. 1) I have jammed all of frank vogt's letter together. 2) We are jamming like two jazz musicians playing off each other.This is a clone of ELLES
Clone of Stark by riccard0. riccard0 was inspired to do this font by the Iron Man logo. It's so good I had to grab it and played with it a little (added drop caps and some punctuation, still a work in progress).
This font is Copyright Riccardo Sartori ( Fonstruct username riccard0 - homepage http://www.mompracem.net/ ) & Doug Peters ( https://www.Doug-Peters.com/ or https://Dougs.Work/ ) and released as freeware under the Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike License. You are entitled to use this font however you want, but please credit us for our work somewhere (website, blog or social media, preferably with a link back to our portfolio or web site). Credit attribution IS greatly appreciated.
Categories: Logo Inspired, Techno, Collegiate & Sports (Jersey Lettering)
Type: Sans (sans serif)
Weight: Black (or at least Super Heavy)
Web font: Yes, sure.
Commercial use: Any use, yes, please credit us somewhere? Thanks!
Derivatives: OK (please use a different reserved font name & update docs).
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Derived from the 26 Letter 'Caps Only' "Ogon Alpha" font by Electrica.
Copyright 2014 Electrica - Copyright 2014-2019 Doug Peters of Symbiotic Design.
Categories: Monospaced Gothic Sans.
Types: Modern, Deco, Goth, Logotype, & Novelty.
Web font: Yeah, sure.
Commercial use: Yes.
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Ray Meadow’s gorgeous take on uncial script is one of the best large-scale fontstructions ever released. The font has character, wit, and charm to spare and surely deserves all the attention and adulation awarded it by fontstructors and paying customers alike. Like any great work, it compels us to look closely and savour the details.
Inspecting Ray’s work, I sensed a range of mostly minor refinements and exacting adjustments that might make this gem shine all the more brightly. So, in the spirit of camaraderie, I requested permission to apply myself to a clone of his work in order to bring forth and share some of these suggestions. Approached in stages, the task of polishing this stone to my liking spread out over more than half a year.
My main goal was to smooth the modular geometry out as much as possible, address some stroke weight and contrast issues throughout, and rebalance specific forms. In many cases, I use custom composite and advanced stacking tricks to fine tune the curves of these letterforms. Upon studious inspection, a wealth of tweaks are revealed. I suspect that setting basic words and sentences is now an even greater joy with this version, and pray it will be of benefit and inspiration to make Ray’s great work even better.
The total effect strikes a greater unity between the uppercase and the lowercase. A few letters are significant departures from their starting points (K, k R, W) and offered both as suggestions for the mains and ideas for alternates. After so many hours of exploratory modulation, I am pleased to share this technical feedback with Ray and the fontstruct community*.
*For now cloning is off until I can communicate with Ray about the best approach to take with this. Hopefully we can find a way to share this without attracting a torrent of rip-offs.This is a clone of RMWL Uncialic