Legorama

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by Em42
Cloned from Legorama Everywhere by Em42. See also Legorama Everywhere Fill by Em42.

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FontStruct bricks used to build a font set made of LEGO bricks.

Note that "_" can be used to add a blank space six units large, and "^" can be used to add a blank space one unit large.

Use Legorama Fill to add a perfectly matching color to the text letters.

See the font in use here.
Info Created on 13th September 2008 . Last edited on 24th November 2011.
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Comment by Em42 17th September 2008
Comment by Em42 17th September 2008
So that's how I could have done this! Well thought out, Em! Great functionality. Large character set. But I would have gone nuts stacking 192 characters.
Comment by geneus1 17th September 2008
Gene, thanks!
I just noticed the LegoManiax font you just shared (check my comment), and it's interesting to notice how we tried to achieve the same result with a different approach.

In my case there no brick stacking, only some brick overlapping that is possible when using a doubled brick size.

Comment by Em42 17th September 2008
Good stuff. The blue and gray sample reminds me of those sheets of candy cake letters that one can buy in the bakery aisle at the local supermarket.
Comment by afrojet 17th September 2008
A Masterpiece!

Congrats!
Comment by guentersen 17th September 2008
Absolutely gorgeous!
I´m back to my childhood when iI was playing with lego...welll..I´m still playing with fontstruct :)
Comment by Axel Leyer 17th September 2008
Great work, Em42! Beautiful samples, too!
Comment by SquarePeg 18th September 2008
I wish I had some Lego left to rebuild this awesome font and to take pictures of it.
Comment by David Neustadt (saberrider) 19th September 2008
Thanks for your comments!
I'm glad this set has been so well-received: it required some work to complete the four sets dealing with all those LEGO brick studs.

@Afrojet and SquarePegs: I tried to stick to the standard LEGO colors at the beginning, but then I preferred using different hues to make the sample look more typographic and less toyish.

@Axel and Saberrider: as I said elsewhere, I suspected I was not the only one in the FontStruct community that played a lot with LEGO bricks during childhood. :)
Comment by Em42 20th September 2008
This is like...I don't even know. Words fail me.

Just awesome^awesome! :)
Comment by thalamic 20th September 2008
Thanks Thalamic, you are too kind!

BTW, as concerning a discussion we had somewhere else: did you notice that the 1-raters stroke here as well? ...and three times in a row! :)
Comment by Em42 23rd September 2008
I noticed, I noticed! I don't let it bother me anymore. But it is a shame all the same.

"The world is a vampire, sent to drain
Secret destroyers, hold you up to the flames
And what do I get, for my pain?
Betrayed desires, and a piece of the game"
---Bullet With Butterfly Wings - Smashing Pumpkins
Comment by thalamic 23rd September 2008
Thank you. This is a great font for Scrapbooking. I like it.
Comment by Catzia 22nd December 2008
This font is so fucking beautiful! Thank you so much!
Comment by nikesteam 22nd December 2008
You're welcome! I would love to see your work if you use it.
Comment by Em42 23rd December 2008
its impossible to something like this very very nice
Comment by Michi10 3rd June 2009
Thank You a lot sir :))
Comment by eing6888 22nd June 2009
I really like the font but how do you use the fill?
Comment by maebe 2nd July 2009
@maebe: set your text in Legorama Fill, choose the color, then copy and paste the text object/layer on top and set it to Legorama with a darker color. That's it! :)
Comment by Em42 2nd July 2009
sensational work. Must have taken AGES!
Comment by north 9th September 2009
Thanks North!

Not really ages, as the design is strongly modular, but at least a week! :)
Comment by Em42 9th September 2009
Comment by Em42 28th September 2010
Found on the Web: it's a LEGO party sign for a four-years-old child birthday party.

Very clever parents indeed! :)
Comment by Em42 28th September 2010
Very charming this passion for lego. I'm pretty sure your font is his favorite ;)
Comment by Michel Troy ~UrbanPixel~ (Upixel) 28th September 2010
Amazing, I think you are a genius!
Comment by hintatcurve 3rd November 2010
Awesomely creative! 10/10 and well deserved.
Comment by Noah (winty5) 9th November 2012
How do you merge the 2 fonts (Legorama and Legorama fill) to get the colorful Lego letters shown above? Please help!
Comment by EthanN 13th January 2013
@EthanN:set your text in Legorama Fill, choose the color, then copy and paste the text object/layer on top and set it to Legorama with a darker color.
Comment by Noah (winty5) 13th January 2013
Love it! Thanks so much!
Comment by elitrevi 1st September 2013
Why cant I get this to work on WORD
Comment by dotdotziggydot 11th April 2014
@dotdotziggydot...
I have a problem with most fonts that aren't saved using the unicode letter sets. I'm not sure that this is the problem, it's just an observation.

@Em42...
WOW, I like! Nice job. definitely a worthy font.
Comment by Douglas Peters (SymbioticDesign) 12th April 2014
So, if this fill colour doesn't work in Word, which program does it work in? I can't get the fill working.
Comment by Selina1 15th June 2014
So, if this fill colour doesn't work in Word, which program does it work in? I can't get the fill working.
Comment by Selina1 15th June 2014
FS has some problems with Microsoft Word for some reason.
Comment by Noah (winty5) 15th June 2014
So, if this fill colour doesn't work in Word, which program does it work in? I can't get the fill working.
Comment by Selina1 16th June 2014
@winty5 - what can I use as an alternative to Word?
Comment by Selina1 16th June 2014
If you use a Mac you could use TextEdit or Pages.
If you use PC you could probably use NotePad or download LibreOffice.

I'm no expert on this kind of thing, so can't really help you out here.
Comment by Noah (winty5) 16th June 2014
@winty5 - what can I use as an alternative to Word?
Comment by Selina1 16th June 2014
@winty5 - what can I use as an alternative to Word?
Comment by Selina1 16th June 2014
Is this one of those double commenting bugs or are you doing this on purpose?
Comment by Noah (winty5) 16th June 2014
This is just what I'm after for my kid's bedroom, and have managed the layering, but how do you get rid of the lego pegs visible around each letter? Thanks.
Comment by FootmanJ 7th May 2015

Another Reccomendation is Lego Brix, might not be on fontstruct, is on fontspace I think

Comment by Lettters Mon, 23rd November

Building our foundation

Comment by blpequeno Sun, 14th August

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