A simle bold font that features a filled uppercase set and a hollow "lowercase" set.
Paradoxy Effect, without the Effect. Quite a drastic transformation!This is a clone of Paradoxy Effect
A banded version of Jungle High. Lots of brickswapping and manual adjustments were needed to make it!This is a clone of Jungle High
A more patterned version of Jungle High. This will be used for the title screen text.
It also gives me a bit of a "casino" feeling with its diamond pattern and ornate appearance.This is a clone of Jungle High
An alternate take on Eyeball Kids which has more expressive eyes.
Making this has given me an idea for an ASCII Roguelike tileset wherein lowercase letters represent juvenile creatures and uppercase letters represent adult ones.This is a clone of Eyeball Kids
A condensed, rounded, and modernized Esperhand in a higher resolution.This is a clone of Esperhand
Alternate plain version of Funkytown Throwdown. The spacing has been reworked for this one.This is a clone of Funkytown Throwdown
The final Laconica?
This idea emerged while making Laconica Skeleton, so I decided to carry it out. The design reminds me of blueprints and floor plans, thus the name.This is a clone of Laconica Skeleton
Remember the Unown from Pokémon? WELL THEY'RE BACK AND THEY'RE PISSEDThis is a clone of Hyperbowl
Version 1.1: Improved gy&Ð€.
A greatly condensed Modron March.This is a clone of Modron March
Experimental filled version of Pzydeco. The counter of "e" and all variations of it remains broken, so that the eye interprets it as "e" instead of "c".This is a clone of Pzydeco
I took "Hypnoverse" and applied handwriting techniques to it. These figures are more like those I draw when I write with a pen, though still very distinct from my actual handwriting due to the low resolution.
This looks very natural to me, moreso than any other 4x5 design I've seen. It needs to be 2x original size or larger for the best effect, though, since its forms aren't nearly as open as the others. This may not be a problem for you... maybe I've just been staring at it too long...
At this point, I am confident that none of these glyphs can be improved further. The best they can do is change to suit someone else's preferences. Would you draw a particular glyph differently? If so, please show your ideas. I have gone over every 4x5 glyph several dozen times through as many designs, and think I have found the best solution for each - but maybe I'm wrong! I am especially interested in solutions for m and w; I have tried compressing and truncating them to be 4-wide before, but never successfully got anything that LOOKED like an m or w.This is a clone of Hypnoverse
An experimental take on Laconica with Celtic knotwork. I'm not sure how to balance it better than this... any ideas? I'll do all the glyphs once I have a complete set of solutions for them.This is a clone of Laconica
An alternate, more asymmetrical & stylized Madmouse.
This could be considered an avantgarde spurless or mixed-spur design. Some letters have spurs and some don't. This is entirely dependent on the diagonal lines, which were placed so that they would slant up and to the right. "s27" are obvious exceptions.This is a clone of Madmouse
A stemless and spurless Eviolite. It has a "utilitarian" look which I enjoy.This is a clone of Eviolite
Some symbols and diacritics are left untouched, either for legibility's sake or because they happened to fall on one of the non-shaded rows.
Structurally, this is Junglira, although I did round a lot of corners that were squared in the original.
See also:Navajo DecoThis is a clone of Junglira
Are you a <s>blind</s> bad enough dude to read the Esperhand?This is a clone of Esperhand
A dark/semibold Esperhand. Funky! A lot of glyphs had to be adjusted to make this work.This is a clone
Variant of Ninevolt with the extraneous squares blacked out.This is a clone of Ninevolt
A smaller version of Esperhand.
Original size: 5.25pt (use multiples of this size for pixel perfection)
A slightly large, bookish chatfont made for a friend. Bold version.
Original size: 8.25pt (use multiples of this size for pixel perfection)This is a clone of Motormouth
Sometimes the smallest and simplest change produces the most drastic results.This is a clone of Quartzthrone
Solid Quartzthrone. Somehow, this looks more "cartoonish" than the others.This is a clone of Quartzthrone
A variant of Bulwarx Pixel which uses halftones to save 64% more ink than the original.
The second halftone is 60*60 (3600px) within a 100*100 (10000px) canvas. So, this halftone fills only 36% of the grid square, and yet it remains solid-looking even at 2x Original size. I think this is therefore the best single halftone on FS for actual printing purposes. Of course, modern printers are likely to be accurate enough to print this with the grid squares showing...This is a clone of Bulwarx Pixel
A pixel demake of Bulwarx. The original design was so close to being Pixel Optimized that I decided to go ahead and make a version that actually is.
I decided to make this version the same size as the original in order to preserve the ratios. This means that the font is very similar at small sizes, and sacrifices only a few corners/angles in exchange for superb crispness.
The original diacritics had to be reworked, as well... this makes the font effectively taller than original Bulwarx, but it couldn't be helped.This is a clone of Bulwarx
A Quartzthrone variant that looks like fancy upholstered furniture (or cactus heartwood).This is a clone of Quartzthrone
More multiline Romanesque doodle thing.This is a clone of Quartzthrone
An even more condensed Tronixis. This is definitely giving me an "old book/newspaper" feeling.This is a clone of Tronixis
An alternate take of Diamond Eyes with circles replacing the 2 smallest diamonds. No brickswapping used - many diamonds shared bricks so I had to place the circles by hand. This permutation introduces more texture, solidity, and complexity to the original. Hope ya like it!This is a clone of Diamond Eyes
A work in progress. I'm designing this years after I designed the original non-fancy version. This font will probably be used for chapter names and other short bits of text as opposed to being used for the text of the book itself.
I want this to convey a whimsical and gaudy vibe - think Agatha Christie rhythmically plunging her head down into a giant bowl of Parma Violets to the tune of "Veterans Day Poppy" by Captain Beefheart. Actually, don't think that. My books are about fluorescent pink and purple poodles using psionics to solve crimes, not WEIRD CRAP.This is a clone of Poodle Anthology