Trying my hand at another movie logo font, inspired by the terrific posters for 1981's "Escape From New York". Kern at your own peril.
I asked CookieLord and Zephram about how to name this style of font.
And the tags are the answers they gave me.
Thanks! :)This is a clone of Heavy Vintage
A neat language of combining letters to create even more unique characters. Based on some languages like Armenian. Work in progress.
WORK IN PROGRESS.
Anatoli Font for use in Anatoli
Solan Vider is a conlang where each letter is built of two parts, a Solan and a Vider (Top and bottom respectively).
For ease of use each character is fully formed in this fontstruct.
This is the language of Twbraech. There are certain rules and limitations in the language. Rules include; only use capital letters at the beginning of a name or a sentence, i.e. not always a capital I for myself. There are no spaces after a full stop or a comma. Numbers are written differently...3527 is written as three thousands, five hundreds, two tens, seven, with a backslash instead of commas, represented by a hash in the font (#). 10=$, 100=% and 1000=&. So 3527 is 3%#2$#7. There is no letter j, k, q, v, x or z. There are however other letters; wa, ae, ch, sh and chush... in the font j=wa, k=ae, q=ch, v=sh, x=chush, and z represents nothing. The language is purely fictional, and of course when writing in English you will find almost no use for the additionnal letters, except perhaps for sh and ch. If you want to use the letters that aren't in the language such as j or v, I recommend the following j=gae, k= cae, q=cu, v=we, x=ec and z=sd, and I would put these in apostrophes i.e. j='gae', to make it clear that your not using 'real' letters.
The Ancients' alphabet from the TV show, Stargate. I take no credit for its design aside from creating Capital letters and punctuation symbols, both for American English use.
Espaniranto is a transitional "lost link" conscript between Latin and the "future" Desertborn Language conscripts like "Wadi Emet" and "Seeq Antique" from the planet Araxes at the Mu Draconis System http://slurl.com/secondlife/Splintered%20Rock/55/4/55 (A Second Life Sci-Fi RPG sim/server cluster ). It covers most of the basic latin script(english), some extended glyphs to write Esperanto(ĉ, ĝ, ĥ, ĵ, ŝ, ŭ) and Spanish(ñ) but without accents and with basic limited extra glyph support besides the alphabet. In accordance with Desertborn scholar Taquis Samiirah Sorciere from House Morloch, Desertborn culture has it's roots mostly out from earth-that-was Berber culture, so maybe the Desertborn scripts evolved through millennia from a common branch of pidgin alphabets of hybridized Latin, Tifinagh scripts, Berber Latin, and unknown space-farer scripts resembling the one at the "Singapore Stone". Espaniranto is highly regarded as the possible common Latin script ancestor. The numerals are binary coded glyphs and naturaly suitable to be used in base-12(ø being number 10 and Ø being 11). Yet is highly compatible with the common base-10 numeral system in the Empire. Desertborn culture is highly regarded as possessing superior engineering and for their creative technological solutions in contrast to the common starborn ways. Some other odd influences notorious in Espaniranto are: -It's peculiar punctuation that somehow resemble the Himalayan conventions of Tibeto-burmese or mongolian scripts like phagspa, uchen/umê, and newa scripts. -It's "unicase" nature as in such scripts. A more solid link to the eurasian plateaus mysticism had been provided in the only especimen of Espaniranto writing being a XXIII'rd century treatise/manual on mysticism, the so called Lagrangian-Point Dzogchen-Zen-Sufi codex, a specimen with plenty of common mystic terminology between Persiand and Tibetan plateaus mysticism, but fully wrote in Classical Zamenhof's Esperanto. The lack of any ascender and descender in the Espaniranto script and it's awful readability supports the idea of it being mostly a religious script in opposition to daily use. [[--MKN(while at a long absence from that sandy planet my home)]]This is a clone
Guess what movie I just watched again? A mostly accurate font inspired by the movie "Total Recall" (1990). Consider it an experiment in using the 2x vertical filter.
**2017 08-13 Update** Taking advantage of the expanded brick-stacking minimums, I have modified the following glyphs: A a R r S s Z z 2 7 ? _ +
The diagonal leg of the R is still not quite correct; further attempts might be made in the future.
I have also removed the 2x vertical filtering. We are back to good old 1x filtering now.