Brush script, art deco, classic engraving, three genera of gothic (sans serif, blackletter, and ancient alphabet!), runic, hieroglyphic, and yet still some futuristic tendencies all informed me. But do they blend?
The handwritten quality of a broad-nibbed pen or skillfully wielded marker provides the binding agent. An emulsion of all these influences, it is at once all and none. Even the strict modularity begins to melt into the background. Yet so distinctly fontstruct...This is a clone
attempt to recreate first font i made in 2010 which i deleted that month later. probably for making a charset for QuakeWorld client (ezQuake).
I couldn't find where to set "Line Spacing" globally (not per glyph/letter). did I miss that somewhere, or that feature isn't implemented yet?
Retrol takes the iconic look of '80s arcade titles and brings it to the next level.
With clean edges and angles not possible in its day, it's ready for the modern world.
All credit to Buro Destruct for their original bitmap design. Except for the &, that one’s mine.
I originally released this in 2008 as an exploration of the optical effect possible using different modules in a simple, gridded bitmap design. Buro Destruct iconic design was an inviting point of departure.This is a clone of Med Splode