Unicase font with alternates. I've tried making each letter in a word touch the ones next to it, kind of like a script font. By-product of the recent HeavyComp.This is a clone
Unicase font with lowercase zone used for alternates. You can take these additional glyphs to enhance matching letter pairs or the overall look of the design. Old style flavor and Cyrillic inspiration, but eroded. BTW, you will also find a free "c" in the "¢" glyph. See at big size and enjoy with it, please.
i expanded this font to katakana because yes
Unicase font. You can find alternates to "A" & "E" at the lowercase "a" & "e" (and their accents, of course), an additional design for the "Q" at the "q" and a "c" typing the "¢" sign. This font is directly inspired on Nickel created by the cool typographer David Jonathan Ross from DJR Foundry. Why? I don't know if this will happen to any of you, but me, when I stop to look at a font that I like, I find myself evaluating how the author has solved the usual "design problems". There are times when I agree with the chosen solutions (the most), but there are others when I think I would do it differently. This is the case. I wanted to modify a bit the general appearance of some glyphs of the font, especially characters like C, E, F, G, M, Q, R, S, X, Z and more, or the numbers and some secondary others. The differences were extensives and are more or less subtle in each of the complete set... And here you are the final result, I hope you like it. I've learned a lot during this experience, and FontStruct has been shown to be a very valid tool to work at this level. Thanks for read my little explanation and enjoy with this work, please.
Very curly unicase font. The glyphs with swashes are on the uppercase and some alternates on the lowercase. Refreshing an old idea. Enjoy.
Unicase font inspired by Block02, the only FS published by the interesting Mexican type designer Manolo Guerrero from BlueTypo. I've put some "soft" alternatives -a, e, f, i, m, n, q, w- in the lowercase (I've taken also more creative freedom than the original font, which used a limited set of bricks). Enjoy.