chocomotion

Share:
by four

Download disabled

The designer of this FontStruction has chosen not to make it available for download from this website by choosing an “All Rights Reserved" license.

Please respect their decision and desist from requesting license changes in the comments.

If you would like to use the FontStruction for a specific project, you may be able to contact the designer directly about obtaining a license.

Info: Created on 5th June 2017 . Last edited on 16th June 2017.
License Creative Commons
Categories:
Sets:
Tags:
  • -
Fave Tags:
  • -

14 Comments

Brilliant

Comment by thalamic 7th June 2017

Dazzlingly marvelous. 10/10

Comment by Frodo7 7th June 2017

:-D

Comment by geneus1 8th June 2017

A wonderfully decorative 3-line design reminiscent of labyrinths and a very creative use of the new bricks. 10/10

Comment by Aeolien 10th June 2017

Thank you guys!

Comment by four 14th June 2017

Accents?

Comment by Brynda 14th June 2017
Comment by four 30th June 2017

It’s all very tasty indeed.

Comment by LVIS (luiscastellon) 3rd July 2017
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “chocomotion” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 22nd August 2017

Masked Ball

Comment by mocker63 16th October 2017

I'd love to see a digital machine carving it in wood. (E.g. for a saloon display… - Hot chocolate? nope, kid, whisky! *cheeers*)

Comment by dpla 19th October 2017

It's fantastic!

Comment by letstrythis 4th November 2018

!!!!!

Comment by Vfhbyf 3rd March 2019

At first when I sae it, I thought it was a font made on old slavic or Ukrainian apron patterns, or something. It has both an ornateness to it, and a "Stop! Look at me, am I not most interesting..." aspect to it. Being so "colorful" (even in just black & white), and so detailed in its ornateness, it is remarkable how legible every character is. Often, you get at least one or two characters in a complicated or sophisticated font like this that are difficult to make out which letter or number they are. I see none of that here (though the 'N' has no 'open' space in it, you can still tell readily it's an 'N'. This is what I look for and like in a font that has so much 'tradition' in the texture of it! Wonderful work! Keep it up!

Comment by diligentdave Sat, 13th July

Also of Interest

More from the Gallery

lupoby four
Waterwayby four
Move Overby four
Overlandby four
Hommage à Escherby Frodo7
Badger Spineby hollydennis
fs lostby ETHproductions
STF_TYPE-O-NEG4TIVEby Sed4tives

From the Blog

News

New Bricks: Square Connectors

News

The Video Game Font Preservation Society

News

FontStruct goes open source!

News

New Bricks: Half Arcs