A flat-topped Decolike. This was a difficult style to work with!
A design that combines decolike asymmetry with a double line concept. It also incorporates some experimental methods to unify the wider glyphs (mw@#™, etc.) with the others, by allowing the middle sections of these letters to have both the single and double lines. This results in a look that is at times architectural and at other times almost like loopy cursive.
A font that walks a thin line, even when it walks on its hands.
This font tries to use the half-arc brick to its greatest potential. Since this brick isn't the same width as the others, it causes the thin outboard lines to be cut a bit short. This in turn causes the eye to interpret the corners they form as rounded, even though the curved parts of the glyphs themselves are very small. In this way the half-arc brick helps create curves and harmonize them with angles.
A stemless and spurless Eviolite. It has a "utilitarian" look which I enjoy.This is a clone of Eviolite
Formerly known as "Specula".
By request, a font with the two-toned look of a Pokéball. No filters! The Pokédollar sign can be found on "¢" and a Pokéball is on "•".
"Eviolite" is an item that powers up the defenses of Pokémon that are not fully evolved. Looks like a lavender-colored gem.
Version 1.5: Added Greek and made many refinements. Also came up with a new tilde design for all the glyphs that have one.
By request, a casual art deco design.
This font has everything Zeph-y. Decolike shapes, half-arcs, procedural asymmetry, slight gaudiness, and an ampersand that looks like a priest with a cross walking on the ocean waves.
Version 1.1: Added Polish.
A combination of deco, sci-fi and modern elements.
This was made to be a compact subheader font and to be used alongside fonts such as "Badwolf". In fact the original name of this font was "Chibi Wolfclan".
A dashed line design made with the new half-arc bricks. The emphasized spurs/stems and off-kilter geometry give it a quirky, almost handwritten quality. Its striped appearance makes me think of candy as well as the Cheshire Cat, thus the name. :D
I doubt the upper case would look as cute as the lower. So I've cloned all LC to UC to make this easier to use...
I have changed the name. It looks sort of piratey and sort of painted. It looks sort of like letters painted upon a piece of cloth - a pirate flag. The letters look a little choppy and drawn as if drawn on fabric. Uses the new half-arcs.
Stemless superminimal 2x2. It's small yet bold, much like Napoleon!
A seriously spurless sans-serif. It approaches minimalism, but doesn't quite get there. This gives it a look that lets it blend in with lots of things!
It reminds me of a font I saw years ago on some futuristic-looking tinned rations. I don't remember what the brand was, but I remember the label having a very rounded sans-serif font like this one.
I wondered what a plain version of Candylander would look like, so I made this. :D
I think a fully half-arc version could look even more stylish than this! Hope to find time to create one soon. (EDIT: Done, see Migrator)This is a clone of Candylander
Experimental font made with the new half-arc bricks. It reminds me of striped candy, but also looks like tape reels or machine gaskets!
An attempt to make a "classroom" font. It reminds me of a font style which was once commonly used on magnetic letters.
See also: Hydrangea Unicase