I've exercised a lot of mixed professions in my life (clerk in a haberdashery, radio announcer, graphic designer, illustrator of children's books, occasional writer, cartoonist, lecturer, teacher ... ) and, cyclically, I always come back to draw letters. First it was calligraphy with ink and pen; then journal headers and lettering for posters made with a ruler, some "rotrings" (chinese ink pens) and one compass. Later, signs and alphabets created on the computer using FreeHand (excellent vector program), and now I found ... FontStruct! I'm like Charlie holding the Golden Ticket in his hands.
Published: 12th June, 2010
Last edited: 11th June, 2010
Created: 10th June, 2010
An outline font, heavy and shaded 3D, and with rounded -;)- corners (thanks geneus 1 for the help). Upper case with some alternative glyphs (b, d, f, l, t...)This is a clone
Published: 19th February, 2015
Last edited: 21st February, 2015
Created: 1st February, 2015
Hard kerning in this one, you see! But it's my continuous battle with fonts like this (two bricks x-height, filters 2:2). A lot of alternates in the lower case to improve the kern. Fontstructing.
Published: 17th May, 2010
Last edited: 18th May, 2010
Created: 20th April, 2010
Another idea that bubbled in my head: a font defined by their shadows, a memory of years ago, when my eyes moved quickly to see everything and I marveled at all.
Published: 1st April, 2015
Last edited: 1st April, 2015
Created: 18th October, 2014
Some alternates are in the lower case zone (like a very useful mirrored A and other versions for some glyphs like Q. Ñ, Ç...). Try them and enjoy, please.This is a clone
Published: 3rd September, 2013
Last edited: 3rd September, 2013
Created: 30th August, 2013
Work in progress.
N.B.: Another little font, guys. Please, look at the lower case zone for some added glyphs to improve the habitual kerning problems here with some glyphs like the As or Vs when they are near to some others like the L, T, F... The alternate glyphs are in the "a", "b" and "c" for the "A" kerning alternatives, and in the "d" , "e" and "f" for the "V" ones.Try it and enjoy, please. I hope you like it!This is a clone
Published: 6th January, 2014
Last edited: 12th January, 2014
Created: 5th January, 2014
Alternatives for some glyphs (trying to disconnect a bit the sides and baselines) are in the lowercase zone. Plus: other "1" at the "t", the 3rd "U" (and their accents) at the "v", "ò", "ó", "ô" and "ö", respectively. Enjoy it, please.
Published: 2nd March, 2014
Last edited: 7th March, 2014
Created: 21st February, 2014
Some alternates are at the lowercase, to make different glyphs (a, e, f, G, J, K, R...) or to improve the kern (A, L, Y...). Try it, please.This is a clone
Published: 23rd August, 2013
Last edited: 26th August, 2013
Created: 22nd August, 2013
Another silly font, what a pity...
The end of summer is always sad, but autumn will be beautiful, I promise.
Look at some interesting alternatives in the lowercase glyphs.
Published: 23rd May, 2010
Last edited: 23rd October, 2010
Created: 20th May, 2010
I also wanted to try a stencil. The drawing is done with the font "zelfvolution @ eYe/FS." I hope you like them.
Published: 11th January, 2015
Last edited: 11th January, 2015
Created: 5th December, 2014
You can find some alternates in the LC (C, I, J, Q, U) and others to improve the kern in pairs of glyphs like TA, AT, LT, LY, PA, RT, TS, etc. Try it, please.