First there was Sarvente Display, Then Sarvente Round, and now...
Sarvente Sans is here!
para fonts, Your Next to clone Mystery Std. As Clone name:
Mystery Underlined Std.
saberrider will make an art of this Typeface font.
this is a font that has a lot of components and reuses them a lot.
or, in other words, the font uses the other glyphs and modifies them to make another glyph, creating strange looks of the glyphs.
WARNING: font not meant for text, only meant for display or headlines!
(i accidentally made the lowercase more legible than the uppercase.)
some letters like K, V and Y are made from the A, so they may look inconsistent.
In 70s, India and Romania Founded Crew Sans Typography used as A-OTF. Crew Sans is a Heavy Sans Serif that used as brick round and much more, This design is also created by VTOTFS2021, The Crew Sans Font is now coming used in Romania and India. The Letter I and L are the same letters.
simple sans is... well... a simple 7x4(ish) sans-serif pixel font. but not really. there are a lot of funky details hding in the glyphs. try to catch them all!
this is currently the most-glyphed font i ever have which is not a clone of some other font.
this font is gonna have 1000+ glyphs very very soon!
Modern geometric sans-serif design, This is a updated version of the previously published STF_PIPER ALPHA. This version includes support for lowercase and all the other charaters are double checked plus modified where needed.
Enjoy!This is a clone
Part of a multistyle typeface family "ALIENSTRA".
This is the first one that got finished for this project, a buch more will follow in this same family.
This is a decorated variation on the solid style (one that will follow soon as well).
A pretty simple looking variable sans-serif design.
The font allows you to modify the width of nearly every glyph. The one exception that can not be changed is the exclamation mark. I tried to simplify it the best I could, but it remains a little tricky to use, sorry.
HOW TO USE:
To type any sensible text you should start with the uppercase of a certain letter (this will create the left side of it). Followed by the corresponding extender to widen the glyph (repeat this step for a even wider result), and to complete the full letter you close the string with the lowercase glyph for this specific letter (this will create the right side).
There are a couple of glyphs that work slightly different.
These are I,M,T,W,Y, numerals and some punctuations.
To widen "I and T" the extenders are typed before and after the actual letter combination instead of in between.
M,W and Y are split in three (center stem is isolated) in order to allow one to make changes on both sides. To correctly type one of these you start with the uppercase for this specific letter, followed by the corresponding extender, followed by the corresponding center stem, followed with the extender once more, and as last to complete the full letter close the string with the lowercase glyph for this specific letter.
To extend the colon and semi-colon you complete the string for either period or comma first, followed by ;(semi-colon). This will place a dot above it.
And as last, to make a underscore simply use the string for period but with extra extenders.
The numerals work as listed bellow:
The extenders are located in the following locations:
` - _ # = :
The isolated stems are located in the following locations:
Galaxa is a sci-fi-like font. Something cool about Galaxa is that it looks similar to the font used in Star Wars!This is a clone
My first published FontStruct based on something I did 4 years ago. Constructive criticism is appreciated. Visibility is sort of low when zoomed out, I'm aware, but it's perfect for larger titles. Also, no idea why the preview isn't loading...
Denial is a pixel based monospace bitmap outline font with a missing baseline outline and is created by, and Copyright 2018, Doug Peters of Symbiotic Design.
-Logos, graphics, web design, brand marketing, media, tech & consulting.
A whimsical pixel sans-serif font, inspired by the works of Susan Kare, especially Chicago. It supports up to Latin Extended-A plus Katakana, Cyrillic, Greek & Coptic.
Underground is based on the typeface used on The Velvet Underground's debut album "The Velvet Underground & Nico" from 1967. Currently only the A-Z, a-z, 0-9, and basic punctuation are available.