Published: 27th April, 2015
Last edited: 27th April, 2015
Created: 27th April, 2015
A font based on a fantasyworld lettering, used for a template for handwriten scrolls…
i'm currently working on a better flowing version: OldEstragonian (was lost in the far away past of the Old Realms)
Published: 8th May, 2014
Last edited: 8th May, 2014
Created: 17th April, 2014
It's good to be back.
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Published: 12th January, 2013
Last edited: 5th December, 2017
Created: 2nd December, 2012
I was playing with tiles and designed this font as units to create visual texture. Hiding letters in them came to me by accident when I did an overlay instead of a straight copy-paste. The letters are very difficult to see but for tiling interesting units in large sizes this font should be suitable.
Published: 16th February, 2010
Last edited: 16th February, 2010
Created: 6th January, 2010
Simple yet highly effective: Ten Gradient Patterns only using the 5 square/block bricks that I am utilizing for my next super-secret/top-secret project.
The patterns repeat in lowercase so that it will be "search-able" in FontStruct (>=11 characters).
Try moving the viewer slider one or two notches to the right of PXL size view for "best" observation; however, the viewer doesn't quite do the darker patterns justice, so see comments for a better explanation as to how they were created and how you can recreate them for your own font(s).
Published: 8th September, 2008
Last edited: 22nd June, 2009
Created: 8th September, 2008
Just a fun one I did last night while watching tennis and reading the latest DWR catalog (see page 72). This is a pattern Fontstruction based entirely on the Anni Albers textile pattern of the same name.
"Anni Albers began a three decades long collaboration with the internationally recognized design company Knoll in 1951. During the course of this partnership, Knoll released five of Anni's designs: Track, Rail, Lattice, Jhet and Eclat. Originally designed in 1974 as an upholstery pattern, Anni Albers' Eclat, was first produced printed on a cotton/ linen ground in various scales and color combinations. Reintroduction into the market as part of Knoll's 60th anniversary archival collection celebration in June 2007, Eclat, renamed Eclat Weave, is now produced as a woven, rather than printed, upholstery."
Published: 29th May, 2008
Last edited: 31st May, 2008
Created: 29th May, 2008
Well check it out ! the cool thing in this font is when it get down and down... download and try typing when you enter... it creates a pattern...