I joined Fontstruct because I wanted some special fonts for greeting cards I was working on. Over the years I have learned a lot from seeing the incredible variety of fonts created by members who are using simple bricks and a lot of patience and imagination. Studying the fonts I see and specially when cloning is allowed, helps me develop further and stimulates my imagination.
I love to design and make fonts for family and friends, for special occasions, and to replace some of those more 'usual' basic computer fonts I used in the past :)
I live in France but equally studied, lived and worked in England and Germany (each at least 19 years so I'm a bit fluent in those 3 languages ;) ) which makes me 100% European by nature, spirit and attitude.
I "aged" my Biscuit de l'Ouest font for a friend who wants it for a website about her old English breed of cattle.This is a clone of Biscuit de L'Ouest
A bit of artistic flying ;) This design would have benefitted from the original 8x8 composite possibility but 24 would have worked, too. WIP as there are a handful of glyphs to be added.
Good luck Ryan, I hope things will go well with you. Don't hesitate to check your account, no need to publish fonts while you have other things to do. But it would be nice if you could say "hi" in the forum :) when you're logged inThis is a clone of Flat Fat
Wider lines on this version of Raysan. As it is a display font it only needs upper case and some essential punctuation. It would be useful for shop signs, headers and (part of) logos. It belongs to the Raysan family but I changed some spacings.
Yes,I didn't follow my design rule for J,T,Z,1,2,3,7 nor for .,+-+ and the different types of >< I found the left lines with the a in @ and e in & unpleasant and unnecessary.This is a clone of Raysan Great
Inspired by the multitude of Ray's designs, and by our shared professional experiences. Hope you'll return soon, P2P:)This is a clone of Raysan
Developped from the basic Raysan design I made to celebrate knowing P2P and appreciating his support when I first started FontStructing, I wanted a joyous more relaxed look to thank him.This is a clone of Raysan
Inspired by the multitude of Ray's designs, and by our shared professional experiences. Hope you'll return soon, P2P :)This is a clone of Raysan
Planned and started a long time ago as a birthday present for my nephew. I finished it in time for his 13th :) and downloaded a copy to a USB stick. I'll also send him a Spreadshirt item using this font. Thanks to FontStruct I can offer such amazing novel gifts :)
This is not just another tile set that simply uses a wider variety of brick in each glyph. I added "twists". I wonder how long before someone notices ;)
I needed a dotty looking font to print on cards to be embroidered by a youngster; the present design is based on it with added embellishments and more gyphs. Maybe someone else might find it useful? The different bricks used could indicate a change of stitch style or a different colour.This is a clone
Inspired by wildlife in the garden. A fun slightly crazy design for spring time. There is a bit of variety in the heads, depending on the species of butterfly that will emerge :)) Toukka is Finnish for 'caterpillar'.
Work finished for the moment ...
Based on Romaeo serif which I have not yet published as I'm still having a little problem due to the size of the fonts (but my patience can overcome it once I have the time to rework and finish them).This is a clone
With this font I think I have made a special one for every first of the month for 1 year. I hope you found one or two of the designs pleasing enough to put into your collection or maybe even use.
I made this in the spirit of the "Ondea" font designs which were inspired by Yautja's ethereal compositions :) (one piece is my phone's ringtone, thankyou Yautja!)
I recently saw a type face with bits missing and thought "Looks interesting, can I do something with this idea?". I used one of my older sans designs but soon discovered that I needed serifs to get logic to the gaps ;) So I started work on a good serif design to use as the base. Here is my interpretation of what I saw, it looks rather different from the one that inspired me.
Decorative font without curves. Despite some fancy 'serif' kind of additions to most letters it different from the usual small fonts.
Feel free to replace those non-corner triangles with squares ;) to get a different look :D
Part of my "1 of" series of fonts I designed to welcome new months.
The "1st of a month" group was a fun idea but I found it a little complicated to do as I don't usually build several different fonts concurrently (ghosting happens too easily).
This font could be used to make tree decorations, gift tags, glass markers, place cards/napkin cards, etc. Just print on sturdy paper in large size and then cut out. Use pale grey ink if you want to decorate this paper base with collage, embroidery/stitching type work; print in coloured inks for a jazzy look which you enhance with dots of glitter glue or sparkly rhinestones. For a hanging decoration thread a length of yarn through the top 'rectangle' or you remove the rectangle's center to thread ribbon through it.
For some different fun you could glue your print on card stock and create greeting cards, jewellry pendants, shoe decorations. With a brooch back it could make a decoration of clothing, gift bags, hats.
Have fun, joyous December dear fellow FontStructivists :) :) :)