Published: 24th May, 2010
Last edited: 31st December, 2018
Created: 12th May, 2010
Renovare S2. Solution 2 or Serif 2. Clone of Renovare S1.
In contrast to Renovare S1, a thickening of the serif makes way for efficient curved brick usage leading to a smoother and more natural slabtastic appearance.
Revamped from a corrupted version of Renovare S1 and may suffer from the same instability. Handle with care. Downloaded normally for me. Please let me know if there are any problems. Thx.
Edit 011915. Cap S and lc s smoothed out using nudged bricksThis is a clone
Published: 6th May, 2010
Last edited: 14th May, 2010
Created: 3rd May, 2010
Renovare. from the Latin word meaning "to renew" or "to restore."
Representing FontStruct's renewal with its new feature upgrades. This serif font was created solely for the purpose of exercising the new brick stacking and composite brick building features. WIP. Just letterforms for now. Looks simple, but internally gets complex with a quickness.
Published: 30th May, 2009
Last edited: 1st August, 2017
Created: 2nd January, 2009
Inspired by an older Futura-esque work of williaum. A glossy, blocky, 1.8 scale triple-stacker. Zoom in! Caps have glossy highlights, lowercase is filled.
Published: 19th January, 2009
Last edited: 15th June, 2010
Created: 10th January, 2009
This is a teaching exercise in the art of brick stacking (The merging and overlaying of two or more Fontstruct bricks to create an entirely new brick).
The rules were pretty tight as well.
1. Only use one grid space block (except M & W).
2. Make it as readable as possible.
3. Be Creative.
4. Brick stack each character.
The full set turned out fairly readable and worked good with some characters but not good with others.
My particular favourite is Capital 'H' which took 6 bricks to create!