Published: 7th November, 2009
Last edited: 7th November, 2009
Created: 3rd November, 2009
This typeface is based on the theme decay. It references the idea of how things decay when they are forgotten and so parts of each of the letters are missing. This links to the idea it is based on the courier font which was used in the typewriter. It shows a link that once something is forgotten e.g. technology such as a type writer it starts to decay. This typeface also has reference to the ideas of the bacteria that cause decay and so hence called prokaryotes which is the term used to describe this bacteria. This font can be used as a display font for many things including gig posters etc.
Published: 3rd October, 2009
Last edited: 3rd October, 2009
Created: 25th January, 2009
Cleaning out the queue. I can't believe this one has been sitting in here for *gulp* eight months! I figure if I don't kick it out now, then it will sit here sequestered for another eight.
The title is inspired by my struggles to space this one properly.
A work in progress. Taking any and all feedback - especially for spacing.
Works best at specific sizes. Enjoy.This is a clone
Published: 30th September, 2009
Last edited: 22nd April, 2011
Created: 30th September, 2009
Decorated pixel capitals in quasi-Baroque manner.
With ligatures & alternates. Work in progress…
Замечания и предложения приветствуютсяThis is a clone
Published: 27th September, 2009
Last edited: 14th October, 2009
Created: 23rd September, 2009
My first serious attempt to make a serif using Fontstruct. This is for a university project, where I am attempting to make a serif that could be used in sci-fi moives/tv shows etc. So I’m trying to figure out what makes a typeface 'sci-fi' without a) being a sans and b)resorting to clichés that impede readability.
Any comments/feedback would be much appreciated!
** Much thanks to everyone who has/is giving feedback. Also a big thanks to William for giving me such detailed suggestions and pointers. **
Published: 26th September, 2009
Last edited: 8th August, 2009
Created: 5th August, 2009
Based on the lettering on the front of the 1978 edition of the Scoutmaster's Handbook. Since the original sample only contained "ABCDEHKMNORSTU-", I had to design the rest from scratch.
Published: 14th September, 2009
Last edited: 14th September, 2009
Created: 11th September, 2009
An exercise in creating a classical Roman style font in FS
I am currently working on an extended and modified version of this ... which I can't help calling 'New Romantic' (I really should resist these urges).
Published: 7th September, 2009
Last edited: 4th November, 2009
Created: 4th September, 2009
This is the bigger brother of Eärendil. Same concept with small modifications here and there. Medieval numbers.
Published: 4th August, 2009
Last edited: 20th August, 2009
Created: 12th May, 2009
This one likes steel machines that run on boiling water, because my girl is a steam punk rocker!!!
I took some liberties with the serifs: they might not be where they are intended to be or missing where they should be. And, although the lc has ascenders and descenders, the uc is set at x-height.
Published: 13th July, 2009
Last edited: 20th May, 2014
Created: 10th July, 2009
This is my attempt at a circus-poster font. I have added international characters; thanks to the nudge tool, I have centered some accent marks.
Published: 4th June, 2009
Last edited: 1st July, 2009
Created: 25th May, 2009
type originally used to sign Aveiro's street names, in particularly, "Largo da Estação" - the train station square. It's part of a Typography project of the Design class from Aveiro's University.
Published: 8th March, 2009
Last edited: 9th June, 2010
Created: 6th March, 2009
the DOT experience continues...
It gives you an unexpected kind of FREEDOM creating lines with dots.
This time i doubled the resolution by using 2x2 circles.
Finally your eye can help making curves of any size look complete and entirely smooth!
Oh my god...
I see more possibilities now than ever before!! That technique of "dotting", as i call it, will make my brain bust, i guess.
May the force be with me!