Published: 19th August, 2015
Last edited: 26th August, 2015
Created: 19th August, 2015
This is my fourth font, I think, and is very simple.
Another alien font of mine, this one is, like all of my fonts, highly modular, completely alien, using no english based letters or symbols (annoyingly, several letters look like a lowercase "g") and aesthetically interesting. Inspired when I saw an alien-looking letter on the cover of some T.V. show called "hangar 1." The letter "y" in this font matches it as best as I could using fontstruct. Kinda interesting. Hope you like it.
NOTE: please ask me before you clone it or use it for ANY form of marketing. Thanks,
Published: 19th August, 2015
Last edited: 19th September, 2015
Created: 4th August, 2015
This is my first fontstruction. Pretty basic, but visually interesting and excellent for some kinda tribal alien/fantasy language for a game or movie, or even a prank. Aliearabic: alien meets arabic!
Enjoy and feel free to use for whatever you want. I've got other fonts.
Published: 20th August, 2015
Last edited: 23rd September, 2015
Created: 15th August, 2015
Another interesting alien language. Rigid and aesthetically interesting. Sorry, I was to lazy to include any of these symbols: ?!$%#@><()"":;
Still, cooler than nothing, and a fully functional cypher for any top secret messages you wanna send. For use in a novel I'm writing… that or maybe just for fun!
Published: 23rd September, 2015
Last edited: 11th November, 2015
Created: 22nd September, 2015
An elegant, modular line conlang in progress based on unlu and inspired by the wide-stroked, box-like, ancient style hebrew script.
Caps=beginning letter, lowercase=mid-text, and a period ends a word or caps off a singular letter. Hyphens ( - ) help widen out the space. Vowels are indicated my a mark floating above the line, and apostrophes (') are a good way to help distinguish letters. Enjoy, and wait for a copy of a dictionary (in progress) i'm hoping to include later.
Published: 11th October, 2015
Last edited: 13th December, 2015
Created: 11th October, 2015
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.
A new conlang I've created based on LokiT's unlu and Evikræl and a few others I've found on the web. Although the time I spent fonstructing this one was minimal, I did put a lot of effort into designing it's style and method. You'll find a similar one to this on omniglot; trust me, I designed this without knowledge of the other one.
Hope you enjoy it; not much to explain about its usage, really, other than the advanced glyphs æ and á on a latin keyboard or a regular "special symbols" page on a mac make an Ai or Ay sound, like eye, or cry, or a japanes maegeri, and that á makes a kind of æ and eh hybrid sound not in our language, symilar to a heavily accented e in spanish.