Ever wanted to use a Minecraft font but can't type accents? Well this is the perfect font for you!
•More accurate than Minecraftia (has that pixel on the 2 that gives me OCD because it's not on the Minecraftia font)
•Has characters with accents (designed by me, might not be accurate)
•Has special characters (designed by me, might not be accurate)
•Has some emojis
•Has fractions (yes i know they already exist in Minecraft, i just wanted them to actually be recognisable)
A font inspired by a combination of old gothic and block type, designed for bigger bodies of text and mastheads, using this font for smaller paragraphs would result in less legibility. I aimed to combine the straight and structured characteristics of slab serif block fonts and the artistic elements of gothic fonts. As a result i have created Ribbon Edge, a clear typeface with stylized ends.This is a clone
A font that replicates the font of the logo of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. This took a while, but this all paid off.
Well-rounded is a simple typeface. It was made to be simple and get straight to the point. there are no hard edges to the typeface; everything is rounded off.
Is my 1st font that I made,It only supports spanish,english,french,german and arabic letters,free to use :)
An italic & pixel font, the obvious fusion give us Pixtalic made by Alex Shirlaw. Go on my behance to see it used.
Tell me if you like it
First font by the way
hello people this is my first attempt at a font, feel free to private message me if you want to use it for anything. i intended this for use with old style games but you can use it for anything as long i'm credited for my work
My first ever font. I feel pretty proud of it. Ignore what the liscensing says, you can use this for free, commercially even. I just accidentally set it to the wrong liscense. As long as you reference me, it's open game.This is a clone
This is my first font I have created.
It is made with nearly 100% line connector blocks.
if anyone wants to 'fix' a glyph, you can, just show me and tell me what you changed.
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
What has One Shape and 99 Glyphs? Hexagonic! Like this font if you think it is cool!
This is my first FONTSTRUCTION! Not super pleased with it, but it was good for learning the interface. Feel free to comment! Thanks for viewing!
This font explores the theme of anger. I took inspiration from heavy metal/rock album covers and tried to recreate the same irregular/jarring lettering they do. To do this I painted letters quickly on varying sizes of paper and translated this onto fontstruct to get a rough/rushed look.
My first font, pretty much.
Could be used in pretty much anything it fits in... probably video games.
Another old-school font... Use Font sizes that are multiples of 3.
(3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 27, 30)
Click the pixel button on the bottom right of the sample text screen.