Semiserif semispur minimalism.
This design uses a few novel glyph-shapes and techniques to achieve its look. Most notable of these is the serifed a which lets the serif protrude to the right. I avoid this feature in almost all designs, especially pixel fonts, because it adds an unnecessary 1px of spacing - but for this font, the feature can be included without changing anything for the worse. Many other glyphs have this same sort of protruding serif/spur, and the slanted geometry of the serifs/spurs affords them a look that "retreats" from neighboring glyphs, rather than seeming to protrude into them.
Italic Dynamite! It's so slanted that using this font and turning italics on does nothing to change its appearance. My software doesn't know how to slant it further! It also gives me a mild sense of perspective or vertigo depending on how I look at it...
A stencil version of RC Dynamite made for laser cutting! Could also be an LCD Segment design with slight modification...This is a clone of RC Dynamite
My first attempt at an angled font.
% is a little wonky - use a space, , or . after it to prevent potential collisions.
87.10 degree slanted font for Italicized italic italic Ultra-Italic italic Italian italics. Thanks for making me design a whole family of fonts that hurt my eyes, Zuloph. :P
After I made RC Vertigo, Zu said he could still read it. I began to create increasingly slanted designs, and this one was finally the one he couldn't read.
No symbols/numerals for this one. I consider it to be machine-readable only at this point...
Has science gone too far?
A small, Italic RC Family design. Makes me think of racing banners and advertisements.
RC Dynamite with altered filter sizes. The result looks as if it's sizzling, part of a mirage, made of cardboard, or even made by tire tracks!This is a clone of RC Dynamite
Logo font for the fictional band "Roan City Roadslickers" from D2:ES.This is a clone of RC Dynamite