Beast-Queen Echidna

by Elementalist

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This looks more like a font for a techno metal band (Metalectronica?) than I originally intended, but I think it is still handy. I made this to use as a pixel-perfect font for a game after no slanted or rounded outline fonts fit the bill. Numbers are taller than the x-height, but slightly shorter than the capital letters. The name is meant to sound like it fits in an ancient myth (Echidna was the mother of many beasts that featured prominently in Greek mythology), but also referenced the spiky nature of the font (the echidna is also a little australian mammal covered in spikes).
Info: Created on 5th January 2011 . Last edited on 5th January 2011.
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At pixel view it reminds me to Modula Ribbed by Emigre. There are some surfaces to work on, especially the capitals need more bumps to be consistent with the lc. Very impressive, nevertheless. 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 5th January 2011
Thats REALLY cool... VERY nice pixel font!
Comment by Drgrit 5th January 2011
Very nice work indeed. But I do agree with frodo because the UC and LC do seem to clash with each other. A few more bumps would definitely help that. Hmm. Besides that I'd say its pretty great. Good work! 10/10
Comment by Ken Bruce (crispycraker) 5th January 2011
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Beast-Queen Echidna” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 6th January 2011

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