Published: 15th December, 2012
Last edited: 15th December, 2012
Created: 12th December, 2012
A simple sans-serif font with an emphasis on straight lines and 45 degree angles. Initially designed as a caps-only font, I added the lower case in one night. It's a simple font, but it works, allowing use in anything that requires a modern, legible typeface. Stencil and pixel versions possibly in the pipeline. They shouldn't take too long to do.
Also for some reason I really like the Z. Not sure why.
Published: 12th December, 2012
Last edited: 13th December, 2012
Created: 3rd December, 2012
A bit of my own spin on a pixel font. The idea comes from the sixteen-segment display, an extension of the well known 7-segment display, but omitting the four diagonals, leaving 12. The outer corners of each rectangle are curved slightly and little serifs are added at certain end points. Having no diagonals was a bit of a nightmare when designing the x glyphs. I really didn't want to resort to using a swastika-like symbol. Most lowercase glyphs are unique, I've had to repeat a few that I couldn't make different like the s, though.
Published: 29th November, 2012
Last edited: 29th November, 2012
Created: 24th October, 2011
My first foray into FontStruct, there. It's a basic serif font, mainly based on rounded rectangles. For some reason it feels almost Russian to me, hence the name.
I originally had planned this to be italicised by default but designing some of the characters were too difficult. Maybe I'll go back after I design a few more and extend it. A hollow version shouldn't be too difficult, I reckon.