This seems to have taken inspiration from my First-TP-font "Sandor Basic Stripes" :) but was in fact inspired by shattered windows of a deserted building.
The overall theme that was thought of when making this typeface I was looking for a more sci-fi feel with a little mix of war. Started with a more cut in some letters.
It is a semi_serif stencil display typeface. I inspired it from the stencil typeface which released in 1937. It consists of only capital letters with thick main strokes, and with breaks in the face.I added some serif in the edges and tried to make kind of movement in some parts in the character.
I recently saw a type face with bits missing and thought "Looks interesting, can I do something with this idea?". I used one of my older sans designs but soon discovered that I needed serifs to get logic to the gaps ;) So I started work on a good serif design to use as the base. Here is my interpretation of what I saw, it looks rather different from the one that inspired me.
Slab Serif 300 as a stencil font. Bridges on the UC are vertical, on the LC horizontal. Bridges on numbers, symbols, punctuation are mostly vertical.This is a clone of Slab Serif 300
I have created this font using the word "destructive" as a theme. After experimenting with a number of ideas I created this font by cutting it out of card in a distressed way, then projecting light through it on the wall, photographing the results and recreating the result in fontstruct. I feel as if my font could be used for a number of different things such posters or advertisement for art or music event.
Hi! this typeface is made for my Typography final assignment. This typeface is inspired by one of Surabaya's most authentic food, which is sate kelapa/sate klopo/coconut satay(?)
The "curvy thing" at the end of every letter is inspired by the tail from one of Surabaya's most famous legend and mascot which is suro/sura/a shark precisely.
Feel free to give a comment/feedback. I'll really apreciate it :D
Thanks a bunch!
I started with the "Q" and worked from there. The "Q" has been kept with the more 'delicate' stroke thickness at base and apex (these thinner strokes also noticeable on the A, V, X, Y). I think the "Q" has qualities that could be transferred to a completely new font.
I was thinking of something else and the thought "go forth and multiply" came to mind.
The word forth brought to mind 4th, with the 4 fully formed as seen here. So it had to be done. In the process, I've made the personal best smoothest fake circle yet on fontstruct, backed by a pixel-by-pixel matching of a real approximated circle in Ai.
Dornach is a town/village in Switzerland where I'm on a family visit right now. It's very quite here, with lovely people who always greet me, asian looking guy, with smile ). The "o" was created not long after LoveComp's announcement, but it's here, in Dornach, with some spare time in my hand, I could finally find consistent development for it. A LoveComp entry #2 that's still in progress, other letters and samples will hopefully come soon. Thanks & Enjoy!