Hex Gothic

by tanias

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WORK IN PROGRESS: A semi-pixelated mimic of the classic Bank Gothic font, made entirely out of vertically positioned hexagons. Intended to look electronic and tactical/industrial. Sorta cool. For use in a science fiction novella i'm making. Caps: normal, Lowercase: battle worn/sci-fi. Enjoy and please vote. I would love some constructive criticism on the making of larger fonts like this one.


I would like to make a version of this, except I can't clone it.

Comment by jlnhlfan 4th december 2015

Try making your own. I set it so someone can't clone it because I've had troubles with copyright stuff, but it's really easy to make, just trace bank gothic on a computer screen then use it as a guide on fontstruct. 

Comment by tanias 6th december 2015

Very nice.  A few suggetsions for consistency:

1. The crossbar on the T is 5 hexes tall in thickness.  All of the other letters are 4 hexes tall.

2. Most of the letters are 5 hexes wide for the vertical/diagonal strokes.  Some, however, are only 4 hexes wide: vertical curves of the S, right side of the P & Q (compared with O & R), stems of the M, etc.

Comment by Goatmeal 6th december 2015

Thanks... I've never noticed that!! I'm still kind of new at this. I'm sure you're familiar with the original bank gothic font, I just wanted to attack it from a new angle. Anyway, really glad you're a fan, and, have a nice night!

Comment by tanias 7th december 2015

very cool! great job:D

Comment by stefanithejapuspita 6th april 2016


Here's my attempt at recreating Bank Gothic, but with a twist.

Comment by jlnhlfan 3rd may 2018

J and j are one brick too short, and Z is one brick too tall.

Comment by Hensley Dodson (Hensilly) 26th september 2020

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