Published: 11th November, 2013
Last edited: 4th December, 2013
Created: 10th November, 2013
'Repertor' is a display typeface inspired by hand-rendered calligraphy and brush stroke textures. The typeface evolved from exploring physical properties of my starting theme 'motion' and combining this with nautical elements, mostly found close to Bristol Harbour - the name 'Repertor' has been taken from a Thames sailing barge. This is a clone
Published: 28th August, 2013
Last edited: 1st September, 2013
Created: 4th July, 2013
IT'S DONE! 2 days before the deadline, whew! That deadline was just killing me!This is a clone of Sodger Italic
Published: 22nd August, 2013
Last edited: 23rd August, 2013
Created: 22nd August, 2013
My first true italic font, work in progress.
Thrillions of years just to make a k that seems like it's running out of the word. Someone stop that k! It's willing to scape from my crappy alphabet!!
Published: 15th August, 2013
Last edited: 15th December, 2015
Created: 15th August, 2013
My second script attempt, Bliss, is the result of mixing the classic elegance of humanistic italics and the roughness of the pixelization, that gives a "pencil like" feeling.
Published: 14th June, 2013
Last edited: 14th June, 2013
Created: 24th May, 2013
1 x 1 filter.
Nearly all angles are 1:8 for the horizontals and 1:4 for the verticals.
28 grid squares from the lowest point to the highest across the set.
For reference, the lower case 'o' is 11 squares wide and 13 squares tall.
Each character has a 1 or 2 block overlap on the right side to make the connectors touch the next character.This is a clone
Published: 31st May, 2013
Last edited: 13th December, 2013
Created: 30th May, 2013
Inspired by beate. My third ScriptComp entry. Some letters are more like 'connected italic' than a 'traditional' script. Press the grave accent to get the Th ligature.
I've added some ligatures and a few diacritics, as well as the ampersand & a few more punctuation marks. Currently working on more of Basic Latin, it may take me a while... V1.1.0
11/22/13 My first 100-downloads font! Thanks so much to everyone who downloaded.
12/13/13 I've gently smoothed the connections on most letters. V1.2.1
Published: 23rd May, 2013
Last edited: 16th November, 2013
Created: 23rd May, 2013
A mix of cursive and italic. My first entry for the Scriptcomp.
06/03/13 I've finished the Basic Latin set. V1.1.0
11/12/13 A general update. Many characters were slightly tweaked. V1.2.0
11/16/13 Comma and apostrophes changed. V1.2.1
Published: 30th March, 2013
Last edited: 30th June, 2014
Created: 8th March, 2013
A small-grid handwritten font. This has lots and lots of faux-curves, thus using more than 180 different bricks and composites.Filters: 2x2Cap-height: 10 grid squares (5 bricks)x-height: 7 grid squares (3.5 bricks)
04/09/13 Finished the Basic Latin set.
06/30/14 Updated many characters using nudging.This is a clone
Published: 22nd December, 2012
Last edited: 9th March, 2013
Created: 22nd December, 2012
I know about the spacing issue on I,J,V and I don't know how to fix it. Help please?
I am aware that T,X,Z suck.
Tons of brick stacking used here, couldn't live without it…
4-7 bricks are in each letter, but it's a 2x2 grid.
Published: 25th November, 2012
Last edited: 13th June, 2014
Created: 25th November, 2012
Clone of +pixtalic. Credit goes to demonics (Agent Demonic Ladybug) for the lowercase. I just added in caps+numbers. Work in progress, suggestions welcome.
This is a clone of +pixtalic
Published: 15th August, 2012
Last edited: 13th August, 2012
Created: 1st February, 2012
The large, rounded corners are the standard macaroni bricks.
The tight, rounded corners are made of several several composites and stacked brick combinations. This allows a curve that flows straight into an angle (1:4 in this case).
I did not discover this "smooth tight curve to angle" trick. I stole it from Geneus1...thanks!
Published: 3rd August, 2012
Last edited: 6th August, 2012
Created: 16th July, 2012
A typeface that evolved from my entry for FontOut 4. Tech, italic, awesome.
First experiment with my beloved katakana, it means that I may have caused some technical mistakes here and there, but overall I'm happy with the result. Katakana matches futuristic style a lot and provides many ways to play with letters.
I'm really proud of this one, it was a pretty huge challenge, because I started building on a very small grid. Making a oblique, techno font (using 4x1 composites), with decent spacing and rich character set could be painful even in high resolution. Although sometimes I, or FontStructor did not keep pace (see the Yen symbol). Gosh, why there are no
There's a tiny "K Graveyard" in Extended Latin A, somewhere around K-like characters, there's also a different version of nine. Please take a look there and tell me if one of these K's is better than K that I decided to use. Any other suggestions are very, very welcome.
Published: 3rd August, 2012
Last edited: 5th August, 2012
Created: 3rd August, 2012
I came up with an idea to combine art deco with futuristic techno style. The effect is seen above, although this is a variation on the original. This one comes in italics and only the italic version joins the LDR family. The original needs to be redone in hi-res, it's gonna take me a while. It's much easier to work with high resolution on angular (anything blocky, with fair amount of angles) fonts, surprisingly, in some cases it can even take less time and everything is alright with spacing.
LC only, "F"'s and "E"'s are a bit different. Also some letters in the lowercase are open. Enjoy, second font tonight.
Published: 5th May, 2012
Last edited: 2nd May, 2012
Created: 25th April, 2012
An experiment with 15-segment display typeface. Not sure if successful though ^^'. It came out pretty unreadable, but at least looks cool.
Wide, italic, monospaced, super techno. Full basic latin set.
Also updating tags in all my LDR fonts with "LDR".
Published: 19th March, 2012
Last edited: 22nd April, 2015
Created: 1st April, 2011
This is still unfinished; many of the characters are still simply italic, but I'm releasing it now after my big addition to the mother of this font.This is a clone of 7:12 Serif Italic