A font made to have a "carved stone" look the likes of which might be found in some ancient underground temple.
Inspired by the many hours I've spent playing a certain platforming roguelike... >.>
Each letter has a width inverse to its frequency in English.
A bricks experiment in which the bricks are made of bricks. (Yo Dawg.) The name comes from a Duck Game map created by my amazing friend, Star. It seemed fitting. :^)
Original proportions are reached at sizes that are multiples of 21pt! Use 21pt, 42pt, etc. to get them.
Best with antialiasing turned off, although you can do smooth stone, gel, or gem-like looks with different antialiasing modes in your graphics software.
An experimental design inspired by megalithic structures, especially Inca stonemasonry. I wanted to create letterforms that looked like worked stone (with minimal gouges or openings into the stone) and that looked like they could actually stand up on their own as stone structures. The asterisk, quotation marks, etc. are obvious exceptions, since they need to be free-floating (although I did modify their spacing to make them appear to "rest" on the surrounding letters.)
The slants applied to the "stones" are just for style. :^)