Another of my many doodles. Fun to make!
A 3x3 design with leaf-shaped glyphs.
Argh, I wish I never started this, It was terrible amounts of meticulous work and I wonder if ill ever addthe lowercase letters to this type!!
172 x 74 units
0.5 x 0.5 grid scale (and still no full glyph fits on screen)
Another free 5x5 pixel font for game developers.
This one has a vaguely authoritarian quality thanks to the hard 90° angles.
Looks like a Game Boy font to me. :D
A design inspired by school uniforms, sports team jerseys, etc.
SPARSENESS is a minimalistic type design with a modern appearance.
It's main purpose was the aim to perform well even at a small point-size. Therefore the letterforms carefully keep plenty of open space in order to remain legible even at small point-size.
- For the best fontstruct preview set pixel resolution value to 13.
An experiment in subtle asymmetry (it's most evident in the upper case).
Version 1.6 (18Aug2018) - Changed name from "RC Badwolf" to "Badwolf".
Version 1.5 (15Aug2018) - altered 2357,ð
Version 1.4 (14Aug2018) - altered space width and mw
Legible modernist typeface with a simplistic bold but clean geometric design that was influenced by Bauhaus typography.
A fat groovy type design with filled counters.
Another rounded sans-serif. Gives me a slight "noir" feeling.
The shapes and spacings were fine-tuned to look good at every legible size, with every letter having a constant width (except "I") and standing distinct from its neighbors.
"X" makes four undesired bends, "V" is too sharp for my liking, and "Y" is a bit too short. But I have tinkered with composite pieces trying to fix them for hours now. Maybe someone else has the patience to continue on...
A spacy and groovy looking type design.
Enjoy!This is a clone
A clinical font, an attempt at trying to work curves in a non-curved setting. I believe this works stronger as a text font, and I've given it the usual Euro specials, as well as Google font support if you are such way inclined.
Also added some Russian support because why not? It looks like it'd fit. Also Greek, too.
A clone of a previous fontstruction I did, which was a recap of one of the alphabets originally desiged by Jurriaan Schrofer.
- For this update I decided to extend the latin table.
(the project remains under fontstruction, and I'll try to make it as complete as possible over time)
Also I'm gonna keep it open license so it remains cloneable!!
Feel free to use and abuse
For now enjoy!
CheersThis is a clone of STF_SANS ROUNDED
A work in progress, much like its parent font "Sonder Slab". More glyphs and improvements will come.This is a clone of Sonder Slab
Clone/continuation of Arc Brick 2:2 by geneus1. If you're new, check that link out - lots to learn from in there. All credit to geneus1 for the idea and the basic design of this font.
I found the tutorial long after I had worked out the Fontstructor myself, but decided to clone the font anyway just to see what was going on. Something about the way his font's preview rendered made me think it was a small-grid creation, 2x2 or 3x3. I wondered how he got shapes like those with such a small grid. But as it turns out, the grid size is much larger.
So, with the desire to experiment, I saw the lowercase letters lacked stems, and decided to set about adding them. Then I made all the preference-based changes I would make when presented with letterforms like these, and now here we are. This is where the "Neurosis" name comes from.
Although I didn't learn much from the experience, I had fun and changed the original work from something I just wanted to tinker with into something I'd like to use. Since esthetic sense and taste are subjective, maybe this was a useful exercise after all. One cannot very well account for others' minds when it comes to art.
This isn't a "fixed" version of anything, just a different one. I've published this for those who, for whatever reason, might prefer this one. This seems to me like a respectful way to do things - hopefully others agree.
Random Notes on Things I Changed And Why:
"abdgmnpqru" were given stems to make them look more bookish (and to quell mild neurosis).
The stems reduced the "roundedness" of the overall font slightly too much. So "aehmn" were made more rounded.
"bdfhijkl" were shortened to match the height of the uppercase.
"j" was extruded so its descender matched that of "g" and "y". This did affect j's spacing but I think it's a net benefit overall.
"M" and "W" were narrowed so they would be closer to the other letters in width.
"kx" made symmetrical so they look more like the other lowercase.
"r" was rounded but its overhang was left in because the flat edge it presents helps reduce the needed kerning. Most of my graphics software doesn't support kerning, so I try to make letters that don't need it. A few other letters might benefit from this same sort of consideration.
"ft" were modified for kerning's sake, similar to "r".
Spacing values were widely modified, again to avoid kerning.
Some glyphs were added.
Finally, filter sizes were changed and letters were slightly flattened to help lend them a more distinctive character and help me cram more lines onscreen when using this as a chat font.
I may decide to continue this one further, since it looks quite nice when I use it as a chat font. Thoughts?This is a clone of Arc Brick 2:2 Sample Font
A 7x7 outline design which is made to form solid-looking masses from the glyphs while still allowing the outer perimeters of words to take on some unique shapes.
Original size: 5.25pt (use multiples of this value for pixel perfection)
A 5x5 unicase design made to be very open and airy.
It has a much higher degree of internal consistency than most of my other designs. This was achieved by opening up the forms (A,E,F,J,K,P,Q,R,W,X,Y), minimizing the use of diagonals (A,K,X,Y,Z), using a soft 1px break to indicate curves (B,C,D,G,O,P,Q,R,U), and squaring off a few areas that are normally angled or rounded (M,S,W,Z).
"Ash Isotope" = "Apotheosis". Bit of an in-joke between friends. :^)
A rounded version of Pixelcruiser Flagship. I think rounding it off both made it better-looking and more readable! This now looks like something I'd use in pixel comics.This is a clone of Pixelcruiser Flagship
A tiny font made for pixel art tutorials and streamer use. The inspiration comes from old art of video game controllers which I used to make, in particular the letters ABCLRXYZ which I drew many times on many controller buttons. The more complex letters (B,E,M,W) take on slightly abstract forms for neatness' sake.
Since these glyphs are all 4x4 unicase, compositing them for use in Fontstruct tutorials might save you a lot of work. Feel free to clone this for such a use.
Original size: 3pt (use multiples of this value for pixel perfection)
A rounded sans-serif design inspired by the lettering in comic books. Since achieving properly rounded terminals for slanted letters like A and V was impossible, I reworked their designs.
Kitchen Sink Rounded, but with filter sizes altered so that most letters are enclosed within golden rectangles. This is a squatter and friendlier take on the design - good for header text.This is a clone of Kitchen Sink Rounded
Kitchen Sink, sans the rounded counters. This font really is plain-looking when all its embellishments are removed, but sometimes that is what people want.This is a clone of Kitchen Sink
Kitchen Sink, with most curves changed to angles in order to lend the font a heavier weight and a slightly more formal, "industrial" aesthetic.This is a clone of Kitchen Sink Plain
A continuation of ideas present in Technokratz, with some imagination added for good measure!
This font is insular to the point that it creates new ambigrams and ambiguous words. Here are a few that I found:
AND = ROD
FACE = FREE
FONT = FROM
FOX = HOT
FREE = TREE
INTO = TOMB
LAY = EAT
PHYSICS = EXISTES
SOLD = SAID
TECH = MECH/MEEK/NECK
THE = AXE
TOXIC = MOXIE
VICTORINOX = LAWSUIT (hah, just kidding)
WATER = TAMER
YEATS = TEAMS
Since I like this ambiguity so much, I will keep working to make letters resemble other letters even more! The real trick is finding these synergies while still preserving enough variability in forms that things can still be read flawlessly.