go to orange sans for the other version of this fontThis is a clone of Orange Sans
A little project.
Ask in the comments if i should make an uppercase and numbers!
The magic's all in the lower case anyway. Tech startup circa 2008.
A light rounded variant of BlockTrain. Pixel/Bitmap style font with Rounded EdgesThis is a clone of BlockTrain Rounded
A rounded varient of BlockTrain. Pixel/Bitmap style font with Rounded EdgesThis is a clone of BlockTrain Regular
Narrowed version of Bytogryph code. More suitable for coding.This is a clone of Bytogryph Code
This typeface has been created surrounding the theme ‘Protect’. I took inspiration from the physical format of bubble wrap, which is why this font is made up of dots. I focused on the 3D aspect of it being unravelled - how it is thicker when rolled up, and thinner when unravelled.
The typeface mimics a shadow at a 45 degree angle. This can be seen in the slanted increase in thickness at the bottom, contrasting the thinness of the top.
This font is a not too curious case. It comes after trying to prove to myself (with a high percentage of satisfaction, but not quite yet) that FS can allow me to create pro-looking fonts. I am thinking, for example, of zerena, zchreibengroß, zimmera, zenando, zenantoo, zanze, zinckel and others like that. Every time I finish a font that has taken me a long time to complete, I feel the need to look back and do something more relaxed and simple. Thus, without any pretense but feeling fun and friendly, zikiya was born. Hope you like it.
If you want more bricks, new glyphs or glyph changes for this font, you can request them in the comments.
added Greek chars
Nothing beats the CherryBerry™!
"Amarone della Valpolicella, usually known as Amarone is an Italian DOCG denomination of typically rich dry red wine"
Amarone typeface has an elegant serif resemble the below part of a wine glass and a heavy ball as a drop of wine. Beside two prominent features, extreme contrast width, rounded corners and square shape are common parts of all letters.
Monospace, single-case display font based on simple geometric rules. Starting with a square, alphanumeric characters are created only by rounding corners, adding a center hole, or adding vertical or horizontal slots, with few exceptions.
Expanded from a logotype designed for a portfolio piece- interesting for titles, headings, and other decorative use but too stylized to be legible in larger blocks (try it out though!)
Alternate glyphs are included in the "uppercase" set.
STF_FRONTAL BOSSING - A groovy bold and rounded Sans Serif typeface.
This is going to be my second entry in the "HeavyComp"
ABOUT THIS FONTSTRUCTION:
Grid: 17 × 16 square grid units (incl. descends, overshoots, accents)
Filter: 2 × 2 brick size
The idea was to come up with a friendly chubby fella.
And for all I know I think I have done just that. In the end, it does seem to appear it came out with a slightly bigger forehead than the average (but, no love was lost here, we have come to learn to appreciate the misfits).
Despite its weight and slightly clumsy appearance this juicy Mr. Boogie still got dat funk, and can not wait for it to be the next saturday night.
Even so, when he for once isn't told to "Swing and Boogie" he still is nice to have hanging around. His friendly persona is only to be matched by the ever so nice soft curves. "No sharp edges to detect here".
I can only hope for that all of you come to appreciate him as well! ;-)
(Let's do this in another language as well)
The idea was to make a letterform that has a friendly looking design. I tried to achieve this by way of softening all hard convex corners with a smooth rounded curve. And by "all" I litteraly meant, even on all diagonals, accents, thin strokes and stroke tips (Nothing was left untouched).
For all the concave corners, so the negative space (white space) of the letters have multiple solutions depending on what is happening (does it curve, intersect and or wether a stroke continues or not)
The curves all have near hi-res looking (a couple of minute imperfections) but otherwise smooth surfaces, and there are multiple custom created ratios/transitions, such as:
1.5×1.5, 2.5×2.5, 2.5×3, 3×4 (+ The bullet is a 7×7 circular dot)
I hope you like it,
(PS: Sample follows soon)