Published: 23rd February, 2011
Last edited: 21st February, 2011
Created: 6th April, 2010
A futuristic typeface. Each letter has a different pattern:
A - a bit distorted
B - plaiting
C - thin, straight stripes
D - something...
E - minimalistic, I think it's much more E than R
F - something...
G - G sinking in stripes, water
H - sparkling
I - cut by a knife
J - error
K - look at the shape of K - it's an arrow and it's flying towards itself
L - pixels, glass, pixel glass
M - Sector-ish
N - sunset
O - rectangle test, something like DirectX benchmark
P - sawtooth
Q - accent on the tail
R - blown by wind
S - fizzy
T - tribal
U - pixel art?
V - outline
W - something...
X - a wrench
X - diagonal stripes
Z - shiny
0 - growing diagonal stripes
1 - Chinese window
2 - gradient lightening
3 - retro-striped version of 2
4 - dotty
5 - gradient darkening
6 - sharp thing
7 - checker
8 - blurry
9 - blurry inversed and with squares
? - parquet
! - rounded piano or whatever
.,' and " - the most beautiful - completely black
Published: 14th November, 2010
Last edited: 14th November, 2010
Created: 16th October, 2010
Lowercase doesn't have the stencil "divisions", but the whole font is all caps.
Suggestions are welcome.
Published: 17th September, 2009
Last edited: 17th September, 2009
Created: 17th September, 2009
FX-400 and FX-350 (WipEout PULSE and WipEout HD/Fury) Auricom-like (almost =D) FontStruction.
Team Auricom would be so glad.
Published: 12th April, 2010
Last edited: 12th April, 2010
Created: 2nd April, 2010
Original FS logo is much better imo, but this one would be well too. Based on this one:
I hope nobody had created something like this before my one!
Published: 4th March, 2010
Last edited: 1st December, 2009
Created: 29th November, 2009
Hours of brickstacking :). Lowercase and digits will be added soon, it's
really difficult to make any character without copying. These letters were
inspired by shapes, that are being cut from colorful paper.
Published: 6th October, 2012
Last edited: 6th October, 2012
Created: 4th October, 2012
Really quickly done, but surprisingly legible and succesful font for the Stencil Competition!
If you have a sharp eye, traces of a weird experiment of trying to combine lowercase with uppercase might be visible for you. It's most noticeable in R, H, N, G, Q, K, E - mostly thanks to the way bridges are aligned.
Published: 13th June, 2012
Last edited: 13th June, 2012
Created: 13th June, 2012
A typeface inspired by domino tiles. UC letters contain an additional frame in order to increase legibility. There are no digits nor punctuation, etc. in this one.
Published: 9th April, 2010
Last edited: 9th April, 2010
Created: 8th April, 2010
LED Scope is a part of "DOT" family. All characters are aligned in a frame. "[" is for frame's left edge, and "]" is for right.
Published: 25th March, 2010
Last edited: 25th March, 2010
Created: 20th December, 2009
Oh God, my hands are shaking, and numb... 454 characters in one hour... That's still unfinished yet, but I'm seriously tired, so tomorrow I'll finish it.
Pixel_Mark3 is a pixel/bitmap typeface made for use in my game.
My objective was to use thickness of every character to at least two bricks, but somewhere it was just impossible, but basically I've made what I wanted to be done.
IMPORTANT!: This typeface will look smaller in any program, because of some special characters. Optimal size is 32 pt without dithering or 16 pt.
Published: 8th May, 2014
Last edited: 8th May, 2014
Created: 23rd April, 2014
Pretty self-explanatory. My attempt to recreate the iconic Eurostile/Microgramma on a relatively small grid. Eurosteal Big Caps is a more accurate version. None of these versions is a perfect reproduction though, mainly because of FontStruct's limitations.
My sincere apologies, AFT.
Published: 5th May, 2012
Last edited: 2nd May, 2012
Created: 25th April, 2012
An experiment with 15-segment display typeface. Not sure if successful though ^^'. It came out pretty unreadable, but at least looks cool.
Wide, italic, monospaced, super techno. Full basic latin set.
Also updating tags in all my LDR fonts with "LDR".
Published: 22nd August, 2019
Last edited: 8th May, 2012
Created: 8th May, 2012
A derivative on Fifteen Segment Rush LDR, just with reduced spacing. Much more legible. This is a clone of Fifteen Segment Rush Mono LDR
Published: 5th May, 2012
Last edited: 4th May, 2012
Created: 3rd March, 2012
Just a version of LDR#6 (LDR Bladecut) devoid of those "icicle-like" little things on the bottom. Should've done it before!
Also: expanded to full basic latin set + some letters (P, R) slightly modified. Bonus: lowercase contains super-KLEEEEEEN version of all the letters. This is a clone of LDR#6
Published: 31st August, 2010
Last edited: 1st September, 2010
Created: 29th August, 2010
LDR HAET aka LDR#4. There are no holes except for crosses in this font. Use lowercase as a "manual kerning", you know, to keep the spacing between letters always the same, wow, I am an inventor.
A nice suprise was of no errors in the compiled font like displaced bricks or sth.
HAET is a mix between phrases "HATE" and "HEAT".
You are welcome to download, example pic tomorrow, I gotta watch my fav program in TV called "Daleko od noszy" which means that I'm really busy to open up Photoshop and write some black letters on yellow background.
It looks much better as a .ttf.
Yeah, I know it's so lo-res, but on my current computer I could not make more detailed font. Someday I will make a 100-200 square high remix.
Published: 9th October, 2010
Last edited: 24th September, 2010
Created: 17th September, 2010
I was about to publish this as a candidate for HMC, but I didn't do it. Why? Problems with "hand made" sample and frustration after all. Basically that was the reason. I cut out some of the letters (a phrase: "Working hard") with a knife in a bunch of different materials like cloth, paper, leather, plastic, even in sliced cheese, everything on a contour... And I lost the outcomes :|. I don't know where I put them. Yeah, I lost them about 2 days ago, I could make another cut-out letters, but those were perfect, I was so happy with them, but I had no afflation to make new ones. When I'll find them I'll show them up here.
The "N" made from cheese was lying in the fridge so far (for an obvious reason)... I was really hungry, and a sandwich without cheese is no more a sandwich.
It looks too "techno-ish" to be published without a photograph of the font in a real life.
Published: 8th April, 2010
Last edited: 16th May, 2012
Created: 6th April, 2010
Doesn't it look ugly? Yes, it does >:D.
Fat, wide and unreadable. And the worst. That's the reason why I love it.
Published: 22nd August, 2019
Last edited: 9th May, 2014
Created: 6th May, 2013
Somewhat a revision of my other font, LDR#0.
Minimal, tech, heavy, blocky, ugly and almost unreadable. Pretty much like me, although I'm actually a bit underweight.
Published: 25th June, 2010
Last edited: 25th June, 2010
Created: 24th June, 2010
Did you ever see a game called WipEout HD Fury for PS3? The font from the word "Fury" in game's logotype was my inspiration. Without these new functions like "Make Composite" or "Rotate" I wouldn't be able to complete the italics that came out nice. I'm very glad of the final effect.
The second "released" FS from LDR series.
LDR#3 looks good in big size. Lowercase letters have wider spacing, so the font ins more flexible in usage. And I've put in some "stencil", do ya see, do ya see?
I hope you'll enjoy.
Published: 5th June, 2011
Last edited: 5th June, 2011
Created: 20th March, 2011
A font based on 3LEGDR0ENZEPH4LOGR4FF.
Publishing this one day after my birthday, ahh, I wanted some stars and hearts as a present from you :P.
For me, this is one of my best creations I've ever done. I think it came out really not bad, the production was delightful, so I'm thinking about expanding the character set, if I'll find some time.
Wide, fat, blocky and simple-shaped.
Lowercase and uppercase basically don't differ, but some characters have various sizes here and there, usual to obtain clearer look for logotypes, to fit some letters with each other. This is a clone of 3LEGDR0ENZEPH4LOGR4FF