Published: 13th August, 2012
Last edited: 13th August, 2012
Created: 13th August, 2012
Used link : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Anglosaxonrunes.svg. (or image below)
Actually, there are some letters are not find on alphabet like v, w, y, z. So I used another letters that have concern with each letter. Letters are so much that I can figure out all at 26 of them, so I used them as other stuffs:) Try out!! P.S. THE BIG LETTER'S CIRCLE MEANS MOON!!
Published: 24th March, 2010
Last edited: 18th June, 2011
Created: 3rd March, 2010
This is best used at a 16 point font (In Photoshop CS3 and Microsoft Word). Resembles the Sailor Moon: Another Story font. No infringement intended.This is a clone
Published: 17th February, 2010
Last edited: 19th February, 2010
Created: 16th February, 2010
Prog is a condensed, geometric, modular display typeface with a contemporary sci-fi aesthetic. The design draws from a multitude of influences. Specifically I was inspired by: mathematics, Japanese space-rock, the movie MOON (directed by David Bowie's kid), and the Funk King's wonderful molecular work here on FontStruct.
The principle building block for the design is an obtuse angle segment that's cloned, reflected, and rotated to create an entire letter. Mapping the technique to the whole typeface was a challenge and there are some compromises (see D and U). As is frequently the case with these strict modular exercises the T is the stand out ugly duckling.This is a clone
Published: 28th November, 2009
Last edited: 16th October, 2011
Created: 27th November, 2009
An ongoing try to use curves' radius as big as possible compared to the size of the letters. Alas, obviously without any optical correction whatsoever.
Using a near square grid obviously led to a Microgramma-like appearance.This is a clone of Noptical
Published: 7th February, 2009
Last edited: 17th February, 2009
Created: 7th February, 2009
Based on the Moon alphabet for the blind devised by William Moon (1818-1894). Use lower case for all letters, except for "wh" (shift +w), "ch" (shift +c), "th" (shift + t), "and" (shift +7), and "numerical sign" (shift +n).
P.s. I've decided to change the name from MoonGlow to MoonType as I've discovered that there's a commercial font available with the former name.