In north L.A. County, born and raised;
on a computer is where I spend most of my days...
Here's a font that'll stir up memories for every amateur graphic designer around during the mid 1980s: The main font from Broderbund's Print Shop application. As typical of my retro-based fonts, with a few exceptions (the curly quotes and inverted question and exclamation marks), this is a straightforward glyph dump taken from the Apple IIgs version (which can be played with on Archive.org here: <https://archive.org/details/a2gs_Print_Shop_1987_Broderbund>).
Another video game font, this one taken from Tad Corporation's 1989 arcade game 'Toki'; this same font would be used by Tad in the 1990 game 'Blood Bros.' Aside from smart quotes and the inverted question and exclamation marks, this is a straight glyph dump.
A tech-inspired font.
At present, Twenty:Fifteen is serving as a template as to what I want the final font to look like, which, unfortunately, exceeds Fontstruct's current abilities regarding curved lines. Additinally, I am planning on creating a more complex font that features an expanded set of two- and three-character ligature glyphs. For those reasons, I do not intend on making Twenty:Fifteen available for download here on Fontstruct.
Feel free to drop some comments and let me know what you think.