Published: 9th October, 2010
Last edited: 13th October, 2010
Created: 7th October, 2010
A TRUE HAND WRITTEN font.
No two letters are the same, or use any of the same brick configurations.
From my very own hand using an Edding 5.0 Calligraphy pen.
Only the upper case is available for now. Due to a heavy work load this week, and several non-starter comp entries, I've unfortunately been unable to fully complete the lowercase and numerals. :-(
Hope you like it.
All comment and crits appreciated.
Published: 5th October, 2010
Last edited: 27th January, 2011
Created: 4th October, 2010
To meet the 32 pixel height criteria of the Handmade Competition, this is a chopped and sliced version of my NCD Embroidery font.
If you wish to use this font commercially, please contact me email@example.com This is a clone
Published: 7th October, 2010
Last edited: 7th October, 2010
Created: 17th September, 2010
Keeping to the sewing theme. I designed this to look like letters that have been either weaved, stitched, or screen printed onto the fabric to create a patchwork quilt effect.
This seems to work best using a sack cloth effect.
Although it works equally as well as a wire fence/ chequered steel/ tread plate / diamond plate flooring effect.
In an ideal world there would be more empty weaves at the top and bottom of each character. I would also prefer a different style Q.
Due to comp rules I have had to omit the lower case, and others, as this just squeezes into the 32 pixel height limit.
All comments and criticism appreciated.
Published: 3rd October, 2010
Last edited: 3rd October, 2010
Created: 2nd August, 2010
Fresh baked. [Not inspired by Nike®]
Each character is max. 32 grid blocks tall. However, the total height of the fontstruction exceeds that. Couldn't be helped; the curves just make it so. Maybe that disqualifies it from the competition, which is OK, but the design had to take precedence over the rules.
This fs has been in the works for a while and was not specifically begun for the handmadecomp. It started off quite crude...and evolved into the baroque-ness over time. With all the shape possibilities, it may never be 'done' done.