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 by SymbioticDesign
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14 comments14%20comments14267 glyphs267%20glyphs267A favorite of 1 userA%20favorite%20of%201%20user1First of all, I have to say that I have admired p2pnut, djnippa & winty5's fontstruction works for quite some time.  But when I copy the bricks and look at them I am kind of lost.  Then, along came Spacerock Light by LexKominek.  Really, those seemingly perfect circles stunned me.  Not that I haven't run into them before, I just never realized that I could clone them, before.  So I decided I had to try something along the lines that these guys were doing.

But I was still overwhelmed by all those blocks.  I copied one character from Spacerock Light and already decided to base the whole font on the arc of that circle.  Then, I started impressing myself.  ;)

Basically, I'm trying to build a foundation and then use that as a blueprint for other designs.  I already know that Cebrosys will be cloned and redesigned with wider letter forms (M, N, W, X, Y, Z) before I make it public.  

I copied the 'o' from Spacerock Light by LexKominek on August 26th, 2013, but didn't actually start making any other letters/characters until August 30th, 2013.

I took a break to work on My hand drawn fonts (4 via and 2, including Milton Serif via  So far, I have the foundation of Milton Serif Bled Normal, done.  I still have to make a few minor adjustments to that one before I release it, but I am pretty excited about it because it offers more glyphs than I have ever done before.  If I could only find a decent font editor to run on My computer I would be able to finish it off real quick, but I can't get anything but Fontographer (the demo version, anyway) to run on my system.

September 5th, 2013:
I finished off all the rounded characters today.  Started on the letters that don't have curves.  I've decided that I went overboard trying to save space with character width, as the circular characters are much broader.  But I have done so many that I am going to finish this version and then clone it and make a better version (working font name, 'Cerebrosys').  

September 6th, 2013:
Added a subscript ℠, the tiny midline ℡ and the superscript ™ marks.  Working on finishing the existing angled characters, cloning it and creating a new version with broader angled line based letters.  Then, I will have to narrow up some of the more simple line based characters in Cebrosys (this font).  

Finished the uppercase characters (Yippee!).  Finished the lowercase characters, though I think I will redo the u.  Working on punctuation, now.

September 7th, 2013:
Still working on the punctuation.  Added a © and lots of punctuation glyphs.  133 characters @ 2:00am and I still have to start on the numbers, yet.  

September 16th, 2013:
Sidelined by some other projects while My hip heals from surgery.  Today I added the ` (Grave accent) ® (Registered Trademark) and the @ (at-sign) symbols.  I keep looking at the ` SM and TM thinking they might be too small, and yet I know they are supposed to be pretty small, maybe not that small?  Or maybe I am getting it right when everyone else gets it wrong?  Yeah, right, that's it.  LOL

I added the & (ampersand), but it looks a bit wonky to Me, I will have to see what I can do to straighten it later.  Added < (less than) & > (greater than) signs, started on the numbers, 0 (zero) is the only one done so far.

September 17th, 2013:
Added , 1 (one) and 2 (two) in the wee hours and a 3 (three) before my appointment with a web design client. 

September 18th, 2013:
Finished off the numbers.  Started work on the curly brackets. 

October 1st, 2013:
I finally have what I think are acceptable curly brackets. I added the upside down exclamation mark, made the C in the Copyright symbol smaller, added a cent sign and an English pound symbol (this one took a while).

October 2nd, 2013:
I am now at the point where I can clone this one and fix the letter characters according to the style.  That is, I will make a new wide font set (with the wide characters I like and extending some of the skinnier ones) and then skinny-ing up the letters in this font.  But before I do the clone job, I want to do all the punctuation I need for both sets (doing it one time for both fonts here).  So, I am looking back over it and see lots of tiny punctuation I have to enlarge because it is just too small for such a big-ass font.  So right now I am having a good long look at, noting and addressing the punctuation issues.

Added the universal symbol for currency. 

November 7th & 8th, 2013:
Tried to correct a lot of the punctuation that had just been too light and unnoticeable because I am not used to editing such a large font.  Corrected: Overline, undertie, overtie, inverted overtie, the bullet, the Copyright symbol, the SM, TEL & TM marks, the left and right parentheses and the tilde.  The tilde may have become too bold, now (note to self), I had lots of trouble getting it to look bold enough and I may have overdone it.  I also added the low asterisk and put a big-ass bullet in the hole for the close-up character. 

Added my logos as the replacement characters.  The font is almost ready to fork.  I just need to make sure there aren't any characters I want to add.  I don't think this one or the next version will be a good web font, it is too light, but eventually I want it to be a web font, so I want to make sure it will have the important characters, dings and punctuation before I fork it.

November 9th, 2013:
Added a third version of My logo in the Specials letterset group. Started on the Roman Numerals (up to XII, now).  The I's, V's & X's all currently have an embellished flair, and could easily be categorized as serifs.

February 24th, 2014:
Retail kept me busy during the Christmas season.  Finally catching up on my own business.  

Added the roman numerals L (50), C (100), D (500) & M.  I used the capital L, C & D of the regular basic roman characters, but modified them and made them alternate characters; the foot of the L is a little longer, the C opening is a bit more closed, while the hoop of the D is a little bigger and more open.  For the roman numeral M (1,000) I inverted the W and used it.

I will decide whether or not to make them all serif versions or make the I, V & X versions more sans characters, later.  I have plenty to do right now and all sorts of adjustments I will be making later as I decide on final looks and style.

March 23rd, 2014:
Added the character for the roman numeral CD (400).

March 25th, 2014:
Added the characters for the circled 1 through 10 in the Dingbats group.

March 26th, 2014:
Made the characters for the circled 1 through 10 more uniform and used them in the Number Form group fractions, in the Superscripts and Subscripts group numbers, the superscript 1, 2 & 3 in Extended Latin, and added the Yen currency symbol.

March 27th, 2014:
Some of the letters have been bugging me.  I updated the O, Q & 0, the u and the v.  Added a couple of down pointing triangles that I may make other triangles and/or arrows with.

I still have to reconstruct the v, x, y & z, the C and R.  I also want to adjust the D a hair.  I am also thinking about the E, F, L & T.  Once the alphabet is right, I want to copy the letters over to the accented versions.  But I also want to complete the graphic characters before I do that too, as this will be the base of the other versions of this family.

March 30th, 2014:
Working on the Miscellaneous Symbols group for a couple of days.  There's a peace sign, male and female signs, sun and earth symbols, as well as a few others.  Also worked on the black heart in Dingbats.

March 31st, 2014:
Redid the R, v, x, y & z.  Also redid the Copyright symbol.

April 1st:
Have much work to do, but I am going to release it as All Rights Reserved until its done.  Hopefully, I can get some input and feedback on it.

April 13th, 2014:
Took some suggestions from Thalamic and made adjustments to some of the characters.  I went back to the skinny O and made the 0 (zero) a hare skinnier.  I smoothed-out the transition between the top of the S letter's loop and the bottom of the letter S loop.  I skinned up the U, E, F & H.  After mulling it over, I decided to move the lower arm of the F down in line with the crossbars in the A and the G.  This gives it a little bit of a distinction from the E.  

I have this intended to be a semi-condensed font, but wondering if I should just make it a condensed version.  Still looking for ideas on what dingbats and symbols people would like to have at the ready.

Eventually, I want to make this private use Freeware, but I keep releasing stuff and then spend a day or two correcting issues.  So this time I'm going to just keep it All Rights Reserved for a bit, so that people can see it and help critique it while I finish work on it.    

I like beer.  I suppose that's a footnote to Myself.  Remember, GO BUY BEER!  ;)  Anyone can help me with that, BTW, if you feel so inclined.  ;)

The Meek will inherit the earth for being so good to us with this ultra cool font building tool.  First%20of%20all%2C%20I%20have%20to%20say%20that%20I%20have%20admired%20p2pnut%2C%20djnippa%20%26%20winty5%27s%20fontstruction%20works%20for%20quite%20some%20time.%20%20But%20when%20I%20copy%20the%20bricks%20and%20look%20at%20them%20I%20am%20kind%20of%20lost.%20%20Then%2C%20along%20came%20Spacerock%20Light%20by%20LexKominek.%20%20Really%2C%20those%20seemingly%20perfect%20circles%20stunned%20me.%20%20Not%20that%20I%20haven%27t%20run%20into%20them%20before%2C%20I%20just%20never%20realized%20that%20I%20could%20clone%20them%2C%20before.%20%20So%20I%20decided%20I%20had%20to%20try%20something%20along%20the%20lines%20that%20these%20guys%20were%20doing.%0D%0A%0D%0ABut%20I%20was%20still%20overwhelmed%20by%20all%20those%20blocks.%20%20I%20copied%20one%20character%20from%20Spacerock%20Light%20and%20already%20decided%20to%20base%20the%20whole%20font%20on%20the%20arc%20of%20that%20circle.%20%20Then%2C%20I%20started%20impressing%20myself.%20%20%3B%29%0D%0A%0D%0ABasically%2C%20I%27m%20trying%20to%20build%20a%20foundation%20and%20then%20use%20that%20as%20a%20blueprint%20for%20other%20designs.%20%20I%20already%20know%20that%20Cebrosys%20will%20be%20cloned%20and%20redesigned%20with%20wider%20letter%20forms%20%28M%2C%20N%2C%20W%2C%20X%2C%20Y%2C%20Z%29%20before%20I%20make%20it%20public.%20%20%0D%0A%0D%0AHISTORY%0D%0AI%20copied%20the%20%27o%27%20from%20Spacerock%20Light%20by%20LexKominek

Zilvery Black

 by SymbioticDesign
Zilvery Black
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88 glyphs88%20glyphs88A favorite of 4 usersA%20favorite%20of%204%20users4Clone of zilverstone eYe/FS by elmoyenique on July 26th, 2013.

I simply used elmoyenique's zilverstone eYe/FS as a learning tool.  I'm not done with it yet, but I think that it now has taken on a character of its own, so I'm making it public.

I've learned quite a bit from this font, but also can tell I have a lot left to learn, too.

Added a slash, hyphen/minus sign and an equals sign.  Saved using Unicode letters configuration so that it shows up when I archive it at Font-Journal.

Thanks to elmoyenique for making it public in the first place.  Thanks to everyone else who is helping me along the way, as well (and that's a lot of people).Clone%20of%20zilverstone%20eYe%2FFS%20by%20elmoyenique%20on%20July%2026th%2C%202013.%0D%0A%0D%0AI%20simply%20used%20elmoyenique%27s%20zilverstone%20eYe%2FFS%20as%20a%20learning%20tool.%20%20I%27m%20not%20done%20with%20it%20yet%2C%20but%20I%20think%20that%20it%20now%20has%20taken%20on%20a%20character%20of%20its%20own%2C%20so%20I%27m%20making%20it%20public.%0D%0A%0D%0AI%27ve%20learned%20quite%20a%20bit%20from%20this%20font%2C%20but%20also%20can%20tell%20I%20have%20a%20lot%20left%20to%20learn%2C%20too.%0D%0A%0D%0AAdded%20a%20slash%2C%20hyphen%2Fminus%20sign%20and%20an%20equals%20sign.%20%20Saved%20using%20Unicode%20letters%20configuration%20so%20that%20it%20shows%20up%20when%20I%20archive%20it%20at%20Font-Journal.%0D%0A%0D%0AThanks%20to%20elmoyenique%20for%20making%20it%20public%20in%20the%20first%20place.%20%20Thanks%20to%20everyone%20else%20who%20is%20helping%20me%20along%20the%20way%2C%20as%20well%20%28and%20that%27s%20a%20lot%20of%20people%29.

Space Man

 by G.Nutter
Space Man
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Last edit: 09.10.2013
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 by kent_warren
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Last edit: 09.10.2013
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Younger Futhark

 by SymbioticDesign
Younger Futhark
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26 downloads26%20downloads2624 comments24%20comments24108 glyphs108%20glyphs108A favorite of 5 usersA%20favorite%20of%205%20users5'Younger Futhark', 'Younger Fuþąrk' or 'Scandinavian Futhark' are just a few of the names given to the runes used by the Nordic tribes from the 9th to 11th centuries. 

The full Norse runic symbol set consists of just 16 runes, but there is a 'long-branch' set used by Danish which resides in the uppercase letters, and a 'short-twig' set which was used by Norwegian and Swedish peoples that is lowercase. 

These runes are a reduced form of the 'Elder Futhark' runes of the 2nd to 8th centuries and was used when Proto-Norse evolved into Old Norse.

I wanted to make the 'Elder Futhark' runes a part of this font, but there are clashes between the runes used in each of these versions. 

The term 'Futhark' is derived from the pronunciation of the first 6 symbols of the name. 'Fuþąrk', which reflects the actual first 6 symbols, is also acceptable and there are even Anglo-Saxon variants, as well.  As having a Norwegian ancestry Myself, I named this font after the more often used phonetic version because the 'þ' (þurisaz¹) and 'ą' (ansuz²) would probably be challenging across languages, keyboard maps, devices and platforms as far as keeping the name straight. 

The Elder Futhark Runes were said to have been handed down by the Norse gods and came directly from one of Odin's (aka: Oden or Woden) conquests over the giants.  

Most believed that runes were magical or holy.  But they were used for everything, including graffiti.

This "Younger Futhark" font uses the Unicode Letter Sets (so that it will preview correctly on and other online font catalog sites).

The following letters were used, given in order of how they appear in the Younger Futhark runic alphabet...

Younger Futhark Long-Branch Runes:
F U Þ Ą R K   H N I A S   T B M L ʀ

Younger Futhark Short Twig Runes:
f u þ ą r k   h n i a s   t b m l ʁ

Notice that there are two R/r characters.  The last rune is the transliteration of a small latin capital R ('ʀ'), and since I needed 2 different versions of that one, I originally used the "R/r with stroke" ('Ɍ'/'ɍ'), because I couldn't find the small capital R and I knew I needed 2 versions of it for the long-branch and the short branch versions of the rune.  I thought if anyone derives something from it, that might be the least used character, and I am willing to listen to better suggestions.  But then, I found the small capital R and noticed it had an inverted version with it, so these two small capital R characters ('ʀ'/'ʁ', found in the IPA Extensions Letter Set/Block) are used after all.

Also, there are actually two versions of the A/a. The first A/a is actually an A/a with Ogonek ('Ą'/'ą'), but as stated I am still using an 'a' in the name for clarity. It seems everyone is doing the same, anyways.

Additionally, I used the following characters to allow easier access to the wayward characters in the Latin Supplemental and both of the first Latin Extended Letter Sets/Blocks:

(A with Ogonek) Ą: E
(a with Ogonek) ą: e
(Capital Thorn) Þ: P
(smaller thorn) þ: p
(small Capital R) R: Q (or Ɍ) 
(Inverted sm Cap R) ʁ: Q (or ɍ)

After all, there are so few runes it seems foolish to not take some of the space left over after the transliterations which is free in the Basic Latin letter set.  E because it was another nearby vowel which can sound similar, P because the Þ (Thorn) looks identical, and Q mainly because of its proximity to the R.

Since this version is dedicated to the Younger Futhark runes and does not include a set for the Elder Futhark runes, it just seemed moronic not to do it.

I believe that this is a faithful and true representation of the spirit of Younger Futhark runes used by the Norse Viking Hordes (the term 'Viking' actually is a verb that refers to "Raiding/Plundering", BTW).  However, these runes were carved into wood (usually the long-branch version) and stone (usually the short twig version) as a part of very circular and flowing designs, often within an overline and underline or scrolls accompanying art, and not so much used in straight lines.  Therefore Photoshop text warping effects are encouraged. 

Because these runes were often used with a line over/under or both, I have included those characters, as well.  I am also making a subscript Service Mark and superscript Trademark using the runes.


I've been working pretty hard on this since I started it on Monday, August 26th, 2013, only taking breaks for work, eat, sleep and my operation earlier today (Yep, just had to mention that).  

Released as conditional use Freeware (Copyrighted freely available software from this site or on August 28th, 2013, @ 9:09pm Central Time, under the condition that I get credit for my part in this work and that My contribution as the original artist remains intact and unaltered (see LICENSE, which follows below).

On August 29th, 2013, I finally checked out the finished font and was floored when I saw F's all over it.  Not just BIG BLACK ASS F's, but HUGE FontStruct LOGOS.  And not just as characters, but overwriting My runes so that you couldn't even see them.  So, I had to turn around and put a stupid dot in there as a place holder so that the Basic Latin Letter Block wouldn't be overwritten with more F's than I had runes.  

I gotta tell ya, that's a SPAM move if I ever saw one.  A guy can't make a set of runes in the Basic Latin Letter Set without being visually spammed and the all the art overpowered by F's!


We as businesses have to think about our brand.  The fact that FontStruct will overwrite every blank character in the Basic with their F'n logo is really smarmy.  I can't actually believe that anyone does this.

So, after putting one single dot block and changing the width of EVERY damn unused character, I found this site:

...which offered a few more alternative runes that I could include in the Basic Latin to fill that set up a little.  

So, now I have some extra alternatives.  I tried to continue to keep the long-branch runes in uppercase, and the short twig runes in the lowercase.  And apparently Norge had a whole few other options, as well.

There are variants of the M/m in the O/o (because there is a dot and a circle variant).  There are variants of the Norwegian A/a in the Y/y (because it kinda looks like that). 

I am a bit confused about the Norwegian 's', it looks like every variant is there in one character.  So it probably means that any of them will do.  But I figured I'd be safe and put the 3 variants in one character, the unused 'W' (since altogether they resemble it), and the 2 squiggly s runes together in the lowercase 'w' (which still looks similar).  Then, I took the inverted Norwegian 's' variant and stuck it in the 'z' hole (because if you turn it on it's side, it looks like it).

There is also an alternate short twig 'h' rune that sort of points down, I put in 'g'. 

I added another alternate, a Norwegian Futhark rune for 'ą'.  Because if you capped off the two lower left arms, it would look like a 'd', I put it there and in the 'D' because it isn't actually a short twig rune. 

I know, the logic is a little weird, but it all has to go somewhere, and that is My reasoning.

I finally added the subscript SM and the superscript TM as runes for the heck of it (but I doubt they would be legal/enforceable, even if added to runes).

I added the Solidus ('/'), Reversed Solidus ('\') and the Vertical Bar ('|') with an extra little length because those can be handy if needed in setting up those scrolly designs, and they will reach the overline and underline.

Then I read that sometimes dots would separate words so I started decorating the unused characters with dots and I can't believe the crap I just crapped out.


Needless to say, I won't be doing the Elder Futhark runes (even though there are more characters) because I absolutely hate having to have those lame dots anywhere in with the runes in the Basic Latin letter set.  Not unless there is a change in policy here.  Because I HATE SPAM!  And I don't want to be seen as a spammer, nor do I want to be seen as lame.


On September 9th, 2013; I went in and redid the dots.  I made dot style punctuation just because to do all the same dot configuration in every unused space seemed drull.  This time I used mostly bigger dots so that they did have a presence and didn't look like a piece of dust on the screen when I previewed them.

Umbreon126 pointed out the runic character code table I need...

...although I will probably have to read up a bit more (but the document points to the specific resources I need).

I have to reboot to get My browser cache cleared, will be back at it again later, copying the runes into their respective places in the actual runic alphabet character table according to the chart/table above.


Copyright Douglas Peters 2013 (contact Me through this profile or via  Conditional use Freeware, with donations accepted (I would love Fontographer).

Released as conditional use Freeware (Copyrighted freely available software from this site or  under the Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike License with the condition that I get credit for my part in this work and that My contribution as the original artist and Copyright holder remains intact and unaltered for My part in it.  

Users/bearers of this font are allowed to use this font for private, public or commercial use, allowed to contribute to the work, alter it, append it, re-stylize it to suit their needs, rename it, port it to other font formats, computer platforms, and/or digital devices.

I do respectfully ask that My joined DP Trademark logos remain intact and untouched in the 2 replacement characters (available in the Specials Letter Set).

Redistribution is allowed, though this document should accompany any future distributions as a text file attached to the archive which includes the font file, named "Description.txt".


Currently, I have the Overline in the Macron character, I need to find where it's actually supposed to be.  ;) 

I still have to find an accurate map of the runes letter set, then I will copy the runes there, but I created these to specifically have keyboard access to them in the first place.

I'm also looking for the list of words these runes represented (like the Elder Futhark runes have). 


¹) 'þurisaz' is the rune name, which is a Latin Letter Thorn ('Þ' or 'þ').
²) 'ansuz' is the rune name, which is a Latin Letter A with Ogonek ('Ą' or 'ą'), and ansuz also became the Latin Letter ('Æ' or 'æ').

Most of this info comes from referencing 'Runes' in Wikipedia...

Again, this is another font project that I've always wanted to do because of My Nordic heritage, that I finally could do thanks to Fontstruct and the awesome Fontstructor.

I apologize if I typoed, misunderstood or miscommunicated anything presented, I'm on pain-killer drugs today.  ;)%27Younger%20Futhark%27%2C%20%27Younger%20Fu%C3%BE%C4%85rk%27%20or%20%27Scandinavian%20Futhark%27%20are%20just%20a%20few%20of%20the%20names%20given%20to%20the%20runes%20used%20by%20the%20Nordic%20tribes%20from%20the%209th%20to%2011th%20centuries.%20%0D%0A%0D%0AThe%20full%20Norse%20runic%20symbol%20set%20consists%20of%20just%2016%20runes%2C%20but%20there%20is%20a%20%27long-branch%27%20set%20used%20by%20Danish%20which%20resides%20in%20the%20uppercase%20letters%2C%20and%20a%20%27short-twig%27%20set%20which%20was%20used%20by%20Norwegian%20and%20Swedish%20peoples%20that%20is%20lowercase.%20%0D%0A%0D%0AThese%20runes%20are%20a%20reduced%20form%20of%20the%20%27Elder%20Futhark%27%20runes%20of%20the%202nd%20to%208th%20centuries%20and%20was%20used%20when%20Proto-Norse%20evolved%20into%20Old%20Norse.%0D%0A%0D%0AI%20wanted%20to%20make%20the%20%27Elder%20Futhark%27%20runes%20a%20part%20of%20this%20font%2C%20but%20there%20are%20clashes%20between%20the%20runes%20used%20in%20each%20of%20these%20versions.%20%0D%0A%0D%0AThe%20term%20%27Futhark%27%20is%20derived%20from%20the%20pronunciation%20of%20the%20first%206%20symbols%20of%20the%20name.%20%27Fu%C3%BE%C4%85rk%27%2C%20which%20reflects%20the%20actual%20first%206%20symbols%2C%20is%20also%20acceptable%20and%20there%20are%20even%20Anglo-Saxon%20variants%2C%20as%20well.%20%20As%20having%20a%20Norwegian%20ancestry%20Myself%2C%20I%20named%20this%20font%20after%20the%20more%20often%20used%20phonetic%20version%20because%20the%20%27%C3%BE%27%20%28%C3%BEurisaz%C2%B9%29%20and%20%27%C4%85%27%20%28ansuz%C2%B2%29%20would%20probably%20be%20challenging%20across%20languages%2C%20keyboard%20maps%2C%20devices%20and%20platforms%20as%20far%20as%20keeping%20the%20name%20straight.%20%0D%0A%0D%0AThe%20Elder%20Futhark%20Runes%20were%20said%20to%20have%20been%20handed%20down%20by%20the%20Norse%20gods%20and%20came%20directly%20from%20one%20of%20Odin%27s%20%28aka%3A%20Oden%20or%20Woden%29%20conquests%20over%20the%20giants.%20%20%0D%0A%0D%0AMost%20believed%20that%20runes%20were


 by SymbioticDesign
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4 downloads4%20downloads42 comments2%20comments2172 glyphs172%20glyphs172This one is all about clarity.  I am hoping to get a decent web font after all that work.  :)

August 14th: Everything but the lower case letters in the Basic Latin letter set. The numbers and colons still need some work.

August 15th: Did the lowercase characters and fixed the colons.

August 19th:
Removed the micro colon from above the extended and-sign arm.

Released as conditional use, non-redistributable, no derivatives freeware under my Copyright with an "All Rights Reserved" license.
Tell me if there are any characters you would like to see.This%20one%20is%20all%20about%20clarity.%20%20I%20am%20hoping%20to%20get%20a%20decent%20web%20font%20after%20all%20that%20work.%20%20%3A%29%0D%0A%0D%0AAugust%2014th%3A%20Everything%20but%20the%20lower%20case%20letters%20in%20the%20Basic%20Latin%20letter%20set.%20The%20numbers%20and%20colons%20still%20need%20some%20work.%0D%0A%0D%0AAugust%2015th%3A%20Did%20the%20lowercase%20characters%20and%20fixed%20the%20colons.%0D%0A%0D%0AAugust%2019th%3A%0D%0ARemoved%20the%20micro%20colon%20from%20above%20the%20extended%20and-sign%20arm.%0D%0A%0D%0AReleased%20as%20conditional%20use%2C%20non-redistributable%2C%20no%20derivatives%20freeware%20under%20my%20Copyright%20with%20an%20%22All%20Rights%20Reserved%22%20license.%0D%0A%20%0D%0ATell%20me%20if%20there%20are%20any%20characters%20you%20would%20like%20to%20see.


 by SymbioticDesign
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2 downloads2%20downloads22 comments2%20comments2172 glyphs172%20glyphs172A favorite of 1 userA%20favorite%20of%201%20user1August 16th, 2013:
Clone of Goforit with even Cap sizes for jphturtle.  ;)

August 19th:
Removed the tiny colon over the and-sign ('&') arm, to match its older brother 'Goforit' and because it just plain looks better without it.August%2016th%2C%202013%3A%0D%0AClone%20of%20Goforit%20with%20even%20Cap%20sizes%20for%20jphturtle.%20%20%3B%29%0D%0A%0D%0AAugust%2019th%3A%0D%0ARemoved%20the%20tiny%20colon%20over%20the%20and-sign%20%28%27%26%27%29%20arm%2C%20to%20match%20its%20older%20brother%20%27Goforit%27%20and%20because%20it%20just%20plain%20looks%20better%20without%20it.

Western Breeze

 by SymbioticDesign
Western Breeze
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12 downloads12%20downloads127 comments7%20comments7128 glyphs128%20glyphs128A favorite of 2 usersA%20favorite%20of%202%20users2Originally branched from the developing Broadbill font's uppercase character set. I ran into a few issues (July 24th, 2013) with spacing and used the serif styling  in the caps to help resolve it (July 28th, 2013). Eventually, I carried that style throughout all the caps that could logically support it, design-wise.

This has evolving into something else though, completely different than the font I cloned it from, though there are some similarities, still.  

I wanted to call it Westwind, but there is whole collection of fonts by Westwind, so "Western Breeze" was my second choice (and my original thought before Google informed me that Westwind might be pretty darn inappropriate.

The style?  Serifs usually pointing down or to the left are present, but no serifs that would normally point to the right.  When using the caps for titling it gives the impression that a breeze runs over the characters from right to left, or that they are moving to the right.

This one just has the basic latin character set and a few extra symbols such as the cents sign, $, Copyright and Registered Trademark, symbols we often need.  I'm trying to keep this one light so that IF it works as a webfont it will make a quick download.  

Oh, the Pursuede font branch saved the lowercase sans-serifs once I figured out how to do some lowercase serifs.

August 7th, 2013: Moved my logos to the replacement characters in Specials.  Made small changes to the S, a, f, m, s, t, and y to address styling and spacing issues.   Added TM, TEL and SM symbols in Letterlike Symbols. Adjusted the Polish alternative character (S w/cedilla) to reflect the changes I made in the S. Also tried to put a little more space than I usually do between the letters so that the serifs don't run into the next letter (but this looks kind of unavoidable at small sizes).

August 13th: Edited the A, B, H, f & t to reflect more of a breeze/motion. Changed the r. Looped the tail end of the L & t up a hair more so that spacing looks better.  Because certain letters had a hole instead of a hard stop on one side to reflect the the shape of the letter better, I took out the soft round corners on one side of the B, D, P, R, b, d, m, n, p & q.  

If anyone prefers the softer holes, I can clone it and put them back in for you, but I like this one like this.  

If you have any suggestions on any special letters/characters you would like added, let me know.  I will be happy to add a few.

Once I was done I did notice that the new NFL Vikings uniforms have a similar style to reflect motion (in the opposite direction), but in a boxier font.  I might try that for the heck of it.  ;)  But I have a lot of font projects I want to get to, so don't wait for it, if you want it and it's not in my portfolio, make one!  ;)Originally%20branched%20from%20the%20developing%20Broadbill%20font%27s%20uppercase%20character%20set.%20I%20ran%20into%20a%20few%20issues%20%28July%2024th%2C%202013%29%20with%20spacing%20and%20used%20the%20serif%20styling%20%20in%20the%20caps%20to%20help%20resolve%20it%20%28July%2028th%2C%202013%29.%20Eventually%2C%20I%20carried%20that%20style%20throughout%20all%20the%20caps%20that%20could%20logically%20support%20it%2C%20design-wise.%0D%0A%0D%0AThis%20has%20evolving%20into%20something%20else%20though%2C%20completely%20different%20than%20the%20font%20I%20cloned%20it%20from%2C%20though%20there%20are%20some%20similarities%2C%20still.%20%20%0D%0A%0D%0AI%20wanted%20to%20call%20it%20Westwind%2C%20but%20there%20is%20whole%20collection%20of%20fonts%20by%20Westwind%2C%20so%20%22Western%20Breeze%22%20was%20my%20second%20choice%20%28and%20my%20original%20thought%20before%20Google%20informed%20me%20that%20Westwind%20might%20be%20pretty%20darn%20inappropriate.%0D%0A%0D%0AThe%20style%3F%20%20Serifs%20usually%20pointing%20down%20or%20to%20the%20left%20are%20present%2C%20but%20no%20serifs%20that%20would%20normally%20point%20to%20the%20right.%20%20When%20using%20the%20caps%20for%20titling%20it%20gives%20the%20impression%20that%20a%20breeze%20runs%20over%20the%20characters%20from%20right%20to%20left%2C%20or%20that%20they%20are%20moving%20to%20the%20right.%0D%0A%0D%0AThis%20one%20just%20has%20the%20basic%20latin%20character%20set%20and%20a%20few%20extra%20symbols%20such%20as%20the%20cents%20sign%2C%20%24%2C%20Copyright%20and%20Registered%20Trademark%2C%20symbols%20we%20often%20need.%20%20I%27m%20trying%20to%20keep%20this%20one%20light%20so%20that%20IF%20it%20works%20as%20a%20webfont%20it%20will%20make%20a%20quick%20download.%20%20%0D%0A%0D%0AOh%2C%20the%20Pursuede%20font%20branch%20saved%20the%20lowercase%20sans-serifs%20once%20I%20figured%20out%20how%20to%20do%20some%20lowercase%20serifs.%0D%0A%0D%0AAugust%207th%2C%202013%3A%20Moved%20my%20logos%20to%20the%20replacement%20characters%20in%20Specials.%20%20Made%20small%20changes%20to%20the%20S%2C%20a%2C%20f%2C%20m%2C%20s%2C%20t%2C%20and%20y%20to%20address%20styling%20and%20spacing%20issues.%20%20%20Added%20TM%2C%20TEL%20and%20SM%20symbols%20in%20Letterlike%20Symbols.%20Adjusted%20the%20Polish%20alternative%20character%20%28S%20w%2Fcedilla%29%20to%20reflect%20the%20changes%20I%20made%20in%20the%20S.%20Also%20tried%20to%20put%20a%20little%20more%20space%20than%20I%20usually%20do%20between%20the%20letters%20so%20that%20the%20serifs%20don%27t%20run%20into%20the%20next%20letter%20%28but%20this%20looks%20kind%20of%20unavoidable%20at%20small%20sizes%29.%0D%0A%0D%0AAugust%2013th%3A%20Edited%20the%20A%2C%20B%2C%20H%2C%20f%20%26%20t%20to%20reflect%20more%20of%20a%20breeze%2Fmotion.%20Changed%20the%20r.%20Looped%20the%20tail%20end%20of%20the%20L%20%26%20t%20up%20a%20hair%20more%20so%20that%20spacing%20looks%20better.%20%20Because%20certain%20letters%20had%20a%20hole%20instead%20of%20a%20hard%20stop%20on%20one%20side%20to%20reflect%20the%20the%20shape%20of%20the%20letter%20better%2C%20I%20took%20out%20the%20soft%20round%20corners%20on%20one%20side%20of%20the%20B%2C%20D%2C%20P%2C%20R%2C%20b%2C%20d%2C%20m%2C%20n%2C%20p%20%26%20q.%20%20%0D%0A%0D%0AIf%20anyone%20prefers%20the%20softer%20holes%2C%20I%20can%20clone%20it%20and%20put%20them%20back%20in%20for%20you%2C%20but%20I%20like%20this%20one%20like%20this.%20%20%0D%0A%0D%0AIf%20you%20have%20any%20suggestions%20on%20any%20special%20letters%2Fcharacters%20you%20would%20like%20added%2C%20let%20me%20know.%20%20I%20will%20be%20happy%20to%20add%20a%20few.%0D%0A%0D%0AOnce%20I%20was%20done%20I%20did%20notice%20that%20the%20new%20NFL%20Vikings%20uniforms%20have%20a%20similar%20style%20to%20reflect%20motion%20%28in%20the%20opposite%20direction%29%2C%20but%20in%20a%20boxier%20font.%20%20I%20might%20try%20that%20for%20the%20heck%20of%20it.%20%20%3B%29%20%20But%20I%20have%20a%20lot%20of%20font%20projects%20I%20want%20to%20get%20to%2C%20so%20don%27t%20wait%20for%20it%2C%20if%20you%20want%20it%20and%20it%27s%20not%20in%20my%20portfolio%2C%20make%20one%21%20%20%3B%29


 by SymbioticDesign
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15 downloads15%20downloads1519 comments19%20comments19230 glyphs230%20glyphs230A favorite of 3 usersA%20favorite%20of%203%20users3I'm not sure if anyone likes my fonts or not, but here's another go at it.  This font started out as an attempt to make a logo for one of My online ventures, as I wanted to make a font to base the logo on, in the style I have in mind.  As I built this font I found  that I was having a great deal of difficulty because the serifs (simple flourishes)  need to be available with the widest part resting at 1/2 block (and pointing in all various directions), but it was impossible to composite such blocks as I could not select or designate any empty blocks to be a part of that composite, thereby bringing work on that font to a halt.

It seems that I cannot make the kind of font I require for that website.  Toying with things I realized how to create a different kind of font altogether.  But as I create using those blocks under that premis, I was destroying My original font.  So I saved it as a clone here (on July 24th, 2013). Now I can develop either font and they do look closely related.

But now I need to come up with a name for this version of the font.  As it is nothing like what I wanted to create originally, I guess I'll call it...


I noticed, after downloading the font, that the TTF file is still called Worthful (Worthful.ttf) which was the original name, but it shows up as Broadbill in your applications that will use the font (Word/Photoshop, etc...). So I would encourage you to rename the .ttf file to "Broadbill.ttf" because eventually I will come up with a Worthful font and it will use the Worthful.ttf filename (as well as the Worthful font name). 

This font has the full basic latin character set, the supplemental character set, and I am just starting on the first latin character extension package.

This was intended to be a break from the other styles I've been producing here, my first serif font.  It's taken a lot more time because of the serifs.  One might want to space this font out just a tad more than usual so that the serifs or adjacent characters don't run into each other, though I did try to address that a bit.

I think this font would look good as a decorative paybill font, or as a headline on posters and such.

I have tried to address certain spacing issues that occur because the serifs are exactly a half block wide, but it is this same inner round corner that makes up the top of most of the looped part of the characters, lending this font it's open style and giving it an almost stencil-like quality. The best thing would be to be able to set the letter spacing width at 1/2 block widths.

August 10th:  Moved My Trademarks to the replacement characters.  Changed the A & H crossbars slightly so that it's more consistent with the E & F.  Redesigned the K.  Also adjusted the B, P & R to conform more to the intended styling.  I'm still looking for another a different style for the M & N.  Modified the S to more closely reflect the desired styling.  Changed the rounded lowercase letters and some of the numbers to more closely reflect the preferred styling. 

August 11th: Added the TM, TEL & SM characters from Letterlike Symbols.  Applied the same styling changes to the accented character counterparts.

Unless we find anything else to fix, I think this should be good, at least for a while, now.  I have a few other font projects I can't wait to tackle.  But definitely get ahold of me if you see something that needs to be addressed, or if you have a special character 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7 downloads7%20downloads75 comments5%20comments5556 glyphs556%20glyphs556A favorite of 1 userA%20favorite%20of%201%20user1Clone of another font I started on July 24th, 2013 to develop the gothic style (sans-serif) lower case characters and create a complimenting set of those in Upper Case (before I destroyed these lowercase sans characters with a set of serifs).

I'm still wondering why I named it Persuede... changed spelling to Pursuede because it seems more intriguing.  It just seems like a more magical spelling and should be a good unique tag/font name.

Full basic latin character set with the latin supplement pack (Copyright & Registered Trademark symbols, etc...).  I started working on the first extended set of latin characters, but only just.

I also created a few of the Greek symbols if I could, using the boxes I had available.  Some of those Greek characters are a little too round/curly/squiggly for me to attempt to reproduce without some new blocks.  But the greek characters sometimes offer the same letters (ie: A, H, M, N, K & Y), so they were done with some variations over the original style in the latin set, so that there is a variety of character styles available should you need them.

It is intended to be a skinny font, so it probably won't look good on web pages unless you are using it for larger headings, logos and graphics.  

I'm going to keep working on it, but will take a break from it for a while.  But I will be getting back to this soon.  I definitely want to finish the extra 2 extended latin character sets and add at least a few arrows eventually.

Updated some of the characters (July 27th, 2013) to more complete the style I was trying to communicate.  Updated the and-sign and addressed some funky crap that didn't need to be there.  It seems pretty clean, now.  I hope it's ready for primetime.

August 1st I added some miscellaneous characters such as currency signs, the TM symbol (which I finally found in Letter Like Symbols), an SM symbol (only mine is a subscript as traditional service marks should be), some arrows, a home glyph, bullet, and other stuff.  

Then, on August 2nd, 2013 I finished off Latin Extended-A at 2:50am.

August 4th & 5th, 2013: Finished off the 'Superscripts and Subscripts' letter set, added various characters in 'Miscellaneous Symbols' (card suite, crosses) and some important "General Punctuation' characters.

I'm calling this one done unless there are special requests for certain characters, or you point out a mistake I need to correct. Clone%20of%20another%20font%20I%20started%20on%20July%2024th%2C%202013%20to%20develop%20the%20gothic%20style%20%28sans-serif%29%20lower%20case%20characters%20and%20create%20a%20complimenting%20set%20of%20those%20in%20Upper%20Case%20%28before%20I%20destroyed%20these%20lowercase%20sans%20characters%20with%20a%20set%20of%20serifs%29.%0D%0A%0D%0AI%27m%20still%20wondering%20why%20I%20named%20it%20Persuede...%20changed%20spelling%20to%20Pursuede%20because%20it%20seems%20more%20intriguing.%20%20It%20just%20seems%20like%20a%20more%20magical%20spelling%20and%20should%20be%20a%20good%20unique%20tag%2Ffont%20name.%0D%0A%0D%0AFull%20basic%20latin%20character%20set%20with%20the%20latin%20supplement%20pack%20%28Copyright%20%26%20Registered%20Trademark%20symbols%2C%20etc...%29.%20%20I%20started%20working%20on%20the%20first%20extended%20set%20of%20latin%20characters%2C%20but%20only%20just.%0D%0A%0D%0AI%20also%20created%20a%20few%20of%20the%20Greek%20symbols%20if%20I%20could%2C%20using%20the%20boxes%20I%20had%20available.%20%20Some%20of%20those%20Greek%20characters%20are%20a%20little%20too%20round%2Fcurly%2Fsquiggly%20for%20me%20to%20attempt%20to%20reproduce%20without%20some%20new%20blocks.%20%20But%20the%20greek%20characters%20sometimes%20offer%20the%20same%20letters%20%28ie%3A%20A%2C%20H%2C%20M%2C%20N%2C%20K%20%26%20Y%29%2C%20so%20they%20were%20done%20with%20some%20variations%20over%20the%20original%20style%20in%20the%20latin%20set%2C%20so%20that%20there%20is%20a%20variety%20of%20character%20styles%20available%20should%20you%20need%20them.%0D%0A%0D%0AIt%20is%20intended%20to%20be%20a%20skinny%20font%2C%20so%20it%20probably%20won%27t%20look%20good%20on%20web%20pages%20unless%20you%20are%20using%20it%20for%20larger%20headings%2C%20logos%20and%20graphics.%20%20%0D%0A%0D%0AI%27m%20going%20to%20keep%20working%20on%20it%2C%20but%20will%20take%20a%20break%20from%20it%20for%20a%20while.%20%20But%20I%20will%20be%20getting%20back%20to%20this%20soon.%20%20I%20definitely%20want%20to%20finish%20the%20extra%202%20extended%20latin%20character%20sets%20and%20add%20at%20least%20a%20few%20arrows%20eventually.%0D%0A%0D%0AUpdated%20some%20of%20the%20characters%20%28July%2027th%2C%202013%29%20to%20more%20complete%20the%20style%20I%20was%20trying%20to%20communicate.%20%20Updated%20the%20and-sign%20and%20addressed%20some%20funky%20crap%20that%20didn%27t%20need%20to%20be%20there.%20%20It%20seems%20pretty%20clean%2C%20now.%20%20I%20hope%20it%27s%20ready%20for%20primetime.%0D%0A%0D%0AAugust%201st%20I%20added%20some%20miscellaneous%20characters%20such%20as%20currency%20signs%2C%20the%20TM%20symbol%20%28which%20I%20finally%20found%20in%20Letter%20Like%20Symbols%29%2C%20an%20SM%20symbol%20%28only%20mine%20is%20a%20subscript%20as%20traditional%20service%20marks%20should%20be%29%2C%20some%20arrows%2C%20a%20home%20glyph%2C%20bullet%2C%20and%20other%20stuff.%20%20%0D%0A%0D%0AThen%2C%20on%20August%202nd%2C%202013%20I%20finished%20off%20Latin%20Extended-A%20at%202%3A50am.%0D%0A%0D%0AAugust%204th%20%26%205th%2C%202013%3A%20Finished%20off%20the%20%27Superscripts%20and%20Subscripts%27%20letter%20set%2C%20added%20various%20characters%20in%20%27Miscellaneous%20Symbols%27%20%28card%20suite%2C%20crosses%29%20and%20some%20important%20%22General%20Punctuation%27%20characters.%0D%0A%0D%0AI%27m%20calling%20this%20one%20done%20unless%20there%20are%20special%20requests%20for%20certain%20characters%2C%20or%20you%20point%20out%20a%20mistake%20I%20need%20to%20correct.%20

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