So this is basically how you can design each letter of the alphabet using 2x4 wooden planks. I can also show you the difficulty level for some of these letters. For example: the letters L, T, and I are the easiest to make, letters like R (which is what I'm gonna make) is in the medium level, and the letter G is the hardest to make. Examples of letters that have similar difficulty levels include Q and O (where Q is just an O with an extra thing at the bottom), E and F (where E is just an F with an extra 45° angle at the bottom), and W and M (exactly the same difficulty, with W just being an M upside-down). But, even though G and C have similar shapes, the letter G having an extra line makes it indeed much harder to make than the letter C, making it actually the hardest to make out of all the letters.
My first Readable and Ultra heavy font.
Mostly inteded to be used for bigger sizes.
Lowercase charecters are a variation of the Uppercase charecters.
Open to comments and suggestions!
A smooth font inspired by the shimmer and glare of a water droplet.
My first font based on old style cyrillic letters transformed to modern gothic and hard rock letters! Latin and Cyrillic glyphs with basic symbols.
Clone of Tirrel (by Doug Peters). Copyright 2019 Doug Peters.
This version has the 'hard' alternates. These are the caps in 'Tirrel'. The idea is that if someone is used to using the shift key and only wants the harder style of the font, they can use this version and they will get all the caps versions of Tirrel whether they use shift or caps lock (or not).
Categories: Monospaced Sans/Stencil.
Types: White Space, Striped, Display Caps, Logotype, & Novelty.
Weight: Heavy Bold.
Web font: Yeah, sure.
Commercial use: Yes.
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