Published: 17th October, 2012
Last edited: 17th October, 2012
Created: 15th October, 2012
HOLOGRAM is a solid revolutions alphabet created by Dr Jason Betts (http://www.emeraldalchemy.com) for use as a solid or light-projection 3D alphabet that can be read from any 360 degree angle of perspective, unlike normal lettering which can only be properly viewed from one angle (straight-on).
Only the capital letters are designed as solid revolution letters but a complete font set is provided using only 4-pixel construction for simplicity and unique design.
Published: 28th June, 2008
Last edited: 8th July, 2008
Created: 28th June, 2008
I registered on this website only today and find the creative tools very useful. I've attempted several alphabets already, none of which were anything special. Then I made Scriobh, which is made up of random shapes. Scriobh means write in Irish.
Published: 31st August, 2011
Last edited: 20th January, 2012
Created: 10th June, 2011
The inspiration to this is the classic IBM logo. I wanted to create something like it with a few additions.
1. Wanted more lines.
2. Wanted more jaggedy edges on purpose.
Here, I tried to focus not only making more lines to construct the glyph but also to see how two glyphs will go together. I will post a few samples soon. I like how two glyphs, when put together are making a nice kern. It's good to see how mechanical yet traditional this is looking. Something that I wanted.
Suggestions are always welcome.
Published: 24th September, 2015
Last edited: 14th July, 2016
Created: 13th September, 2015
This font attempts to do something my older fonts never attempted, to look smooth and stay consistent to that!
XRounded, as of now, has only basic latin characters, but accented characters are not implemented, and no Japanese kana either, though thee may be added eventually.