Published: 29th July, 2015
Last edited: 29th July, 2015
Created: 9th July, 2015
Want to create little maps with ramps on them? Sure you do!
I used to draw these kind of things in MS Paint when I was a kid. These are intended to be used at pixel size, but hey, why not make them bigger?
Uppercase is outlines and shadows, lowercase is fill. More Latin contains inverted ramps.
Blocks are configured in three 3x3 squares on a standard QWERTY keyboard. Space is a blank square, underscore and dash are flat squares.
Published: 22nd November, 2014
Last edited: 22nd November, 2014
Created: 20th November, 2014
In 1983, Atari released the Crystal Castles video game. You play Bentley Bear walking around castles and collecting gems. Trimetric instead of isometric. Interestingly enough, the initials of the highest scorer in the leaderboard is used to build the first castle.
This font version is created using the same thin plated tiles that the player traverses through the castles.
This was fun to do. I made the sample scroll down in like another 80s video game classic: Marble Madness. It was difficult fitting the whole thing within 48 grid squares, but totally possible. This was actually kept a little under at 46.This is a clone
Published: 5th November, 2014
Last edited: 18th November, 2014
Created: 31st October, 2014
LevelRebel is a monospaced, 48-brick high, birds-eye view, horizontally layered, isometric pixelfont. The uppercase faces to the left and the lower case faces to the right. It could work as a font for a game with a retro 3d feel and something about mastering levels, climbing storeys, stacking towers or sliding bricks or bars.
Published: 22nd November, 2013
Last edited: 26th November, 2013
Created: 20th November, 2013
What it says on the tin...
This is font is based on Minecraftia by http://djdch.com/ and can be found here: http://www.dafont.com/minecraftia.font
Published: 25th October, 2013
Last edited: 28th November, 2013
Created: 24th October, 2013
A font initially designed on isometric paper in response to my 'words' brief at UWE. 'Ornate' was the word selected from a list as a starting point. My interest in isometric designs was triggered by Jakob Runge's Fracmetrica typeface. And I know my typeface isn't truly isometric; it's damn hard to create isometric angles on Fontstruct, especially as this is my first font on here. Any constructive criticism, suggestions or advice will be greatly received.
(I've no idea why Fontstruct has displayed my characters in such a strange order)This is a clone
Published: 15th August, 2013
Last edited: 15th July, 2014
Created: 14th August, 2013
After seen some beautiful examples of isometric type construction here on Fontstruct, I couldn't resist the temptation of doing one myself... This is still in progress, Any suggestions for the missing letters (D,V, v,x..)are welcome. =)
Published: 8th November, 2010
Last edited: 6th December, 2010
Created: 26th October, 2010
This is my first typeface created with FontStruct in the first term studying Graphic Design at the University of the West of England, Bristol. Any suggestions and improvements welcome. The typeface is inspired by all things repeated within the city of Bristol, including architecture, objects and shapes.
Published: 2nd September, 2010
Last edited: 15th February, 2012
Created: 1st September, 2010
i started this one a long time ago - the original starter file is dated 9/15/2009. this began as a result of trying to create a different isometric font. after building the framework or scaffolding, i did a few 'A' glyphs, but couldn't go any further. initially, i used square bricks to create the lines, but changed to circle bricks to get a smoother look, although it still looks kind of rough and well...like a cinder block :) it wasn't nearly as bad as i thought it would be to complete, but still challenging. no other versions yet, but maybe...This is a clone
Published: 8th August, 2010
Last edited: 8th August, 2010
Created: 4th August, 2010
i had the idea for this for a while was previously unsuccessful at digitizing it until i used different bricks - the same circle bricks i have been playing with for a while. when i use the circle bricks, many times it feels like i'm working with some type of sculpting material. similar to Isometric, but now in black :) only uc for now. i used the square bricks to do all the Isometric family fonts, so now i guess i use the circles bricks to do Black Isometric family :)This is a clone
Published: 30th April, 2010
Last edited: 2nd May, 2010
Created: 29th April, 2010
Letters on isometric cubes... just trying out shading...
For blank space press | (You will see a line, but it will disappear when you put in another letter).
For a DIY letter press ~ (For carving out a symbol or anything you want).
Published: 14th May, 2008
Last edited: 8th August, 2009
Created: 14th May, 2008
Mostly inspired by the video game QBert, which was, I'm sure, partly inspired by M. C. Escher.
IsoMatrix was a font long before Fontstruct, and was much harder to realize with bricks than vectors.
This one is shared thanks to the intricate 3D output of the following fontstructors:
frodo's Hommage a Escher,
funk king's Soma.
It is also released for Em42, because it was created purely with the original set of bricks that Fontstruct started out with.This is a clone
Published: 19th January, 2018
Last edited: 28th February, 2009
Created: 11th July, 2008
Hello boys and girls.
This is my debut fontstruction.
It was a lovely day.
This one wasn't inspired by anything. It comes out from the paper with companionship of scissors. Simple idea + thinking about 3D solutions + checking possibilities of FontStruct editor.
Try to use it before rating it.
Feel free to leave a comment.
Have a nice evening.
Greetings from Poland. Especially from me.