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
I've been wanting to do this kind of font for ages, think of it as a soft square or a hard circle. Since it's been so long, I can't really remember the exact source of inspiration, but I do remember it had something to do with kix and his work.
The ability to kern now has obviously made the spacing better than it would have been otherwise. Thanks, Rob.
Spacing Modifier Letters
Combining Diacritical Marks
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
minuto was a tall and slim fella to start with, but somehow if not small perhaps somewhat slight in appearance. when paired the original uc, they somehow manage to elevate stature of both.
OOPS! is a san-serif font I created to embrace mistakes made by young children learning how to draw letter shapes, as well as people with learning difficulties such as dyslexia.