A pixel font which uses diagonal arrangements only, resulting in several optical illusions at once! It can appear to have solid lines, gradients, polka-dots, and more.
The negative spaces within the glyphs are as few as possible, to facilitate coloring them in. A few of them ("V", "W", "7", "^" etc.) are a bit arduous... I recommend zooming way in while coloring them...
Since this is a doodle, I'm not sure how I'll complete it yet. Presently, the best idea I have is to clone the uppercase to the lowercase, then alternate the checkerboard patterns on the lowercase so that each letter can be animated. This would result in something a lot like Pixel Flames, but much more eye-straining to look at.
Or, I could make the lowercase set match the negative spaces on the uppercase, so that we get more of a "blinking neon" effect.
Continuing my experimentation with diagonals. My goal was to make a font without vertical stems. English has 12 capital letters with vertical stems. Diagonia has 4.
Foundation is a typeface inspired by those found on covers and posters throughout the movie industry such as the popular “Blade Runner.” The goal was to create a typeface that evokes a sense of power or boldness. Through the use of expanded letters and strong diagonals, this font is best used in titles or short messages.
The name Foundation was chosen due to the anatomy of the typeface. It is built in two layers creating the appearance of a structure that has been built onto a base.
This typeface is a display font, inspired by the theme of a checker/chess board pattern.