Only letters are finished, numbers in progress
It's recommended you use capital letters since I haven't finished the kerning and spacing on lower case letters
One of those futuristic fonts with horizontally stretched lettering and no serifs.
you do it bold main gain many the 563 characters from full version!
Inspired by the inner inktraps of Rocky Road by Baharak Pourmirzajan. An extra "g" is at the "±" glyph. The name of the font refers to the science-fiction korean series "The Silent Sea".This is a clone of Rocky Road
a futuristic-ish dot matrix. there are additional arrow symbols.
A font I intend to use for a personal project of mine, should it ever come to fruition. I just, uh...got so caught up in the euphoria of designing a typeface that I forgot I lived in a world where the passage of time exists. Also I won't even need all these characters, I just know that (as long as my project doesn't flop) there'll inevitably be a person like me who'll go on a hunt for the font and will be disappointed if there's not a full alphabet available. *coughHALFLIFE2coughPORTAL2cough*
Sorry, I must have gotten a frog stuck in my throat.
ANYWAY, I've never actually made a font before (except once with my handwriting, though that file is gone with the wind), so any pointers are appreciated! :D
(I'll probably be adding characters for a while yet, so if you see there's one missing for your language of choice, feel free to lmk so I can get that in here!)
Oh, no, the bricks got jumbled D:<
A pointy, bold, block, SyFy typeface that was inspired by a futuristic font and a block toy. It looks sort of like an alien language. Use when you want your text to pop.
Based on the OMNI magazine title font from the 1970s. Expanded to a hypothetical full character set.
Futuristic + Insular
Nebular is a space-age, all-caps sans serif typeface. It is bold; rounded yet angular. Great for headlines, quotes, and posters. It brings a fun bit of futuristic sci-fi to any design!
Pretty much Bubbly Bliss. Quite Futuristic, with A lot of Glyphs!
Too lazy to draw an Ampersand, so I Drew a Bullet instead.
Edit: Good news! I cancelled to make this font in fontstruct because im going to transfer it to Inkscape (to design glyphs) and Fontforge (to copy paste the glyphs here from Inkscape for metrics, kerning, and font data stuff) so I don't have to rely on internet connection anymore. I even want to make lots of varieties of this font from sharp corners to gear looking corners to a bit of shifted glyph chaos.
I think I can let you use this font now.
I published this because I just want to know what would happen if I published a fontstruct. It was initially undownloadable.
Here's a preview of my first font I made in fontstruct. I initially made this font in Geometry Dash level editor (yeah, you've read it right) and left unfinished and I decided to reconstruct the font here in fontstruct.
Fontstruct is really good font creating website (I wish there was offline app/software version of fontstruct). I've encountered an annoying jumbled brick bug, but fortunately I've manage to fix the bug, by replacing "my bricks" with the correct bricks from below (don't know how to explain).This is a clone
This is a new classic 8x8 font from the future. This takes place with the numbers from the classic Atari 2600 Parker Bros. games and aesthetic futuristic letters and symbols like it's 1982. This font is written in Unicode format.
A pixelated font defined by the contrast between its jagged edges and smooth ones.
This is my first FontStruction while currently studying graphic design at Bristol UWE. This font was born from the theme of ‘hope’ and that we are hopefull for the future. I looked at lots of different material for insperation, inculding film posters, furteristic clothing and computer games.
This is my first FontStruction while currently studying graphic design at Bristol UWE. This font was born from the theme of ‘hope’ and that we are hopefull for the future. I looked at lots of different material for insperation, inculding film posters, furteristic clothing and computer games. I developed the high contrast version after the standard weight, after being inspired by a font called ‘Noe Display’.
The name "zashitnik" comes from the great "Luna" sci-fi trilogy by Ian McDonald (meaning fighter with knives hired for trials by combat, literally "defender").