Only letters are finished, numbers in progress
It's recommended you use capital letters since I haven't finished the kerning and spacing on lower case letters
https://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/1796501/neo-konstructivizm-contrastThis is a clone of Light-Ultra-Wide
https://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/2014530/pix-sans-finished-3This is a clone of zabbatek eYe/FS
A futuristic display type inspired by musical symbols for accidentals and blackletter scripts, the lowercase letters are there as alternative versions of the uppercase.
My first fontstruction!
i expanded this font to katakana because yes
One of those futuristic fonts with horizontally stretched lettering and no serifs.
Redid Techbase with rounded corners. Might be a few spacing errors as I had to change scale to get better curves. Feels less blocky than before. As usual, enjoy freely.This is a clone of Techbase
https://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/1598518/cryostasis-vempireThis is a clone of Pressure Extended
It's Polarix, but with GIRTH.This is a clone of Polarix
A really versatile futuristic sans-serif. Contains a whole bunch of language support.
A modular sans for bold headlines that stand out
Angas is a cool, bold and thick lettered display font. It will look stunning on any poster, flyer or print.
Use this font for your futuristic designs and explore its endless possibilities.
a futuristic-ish dot matrix. there are additional arrow symbols.
By popular demand, I'm very proud to present you this recreation/digitization of Maxim Zhukov's Meander (an experimental modular type design from 1972, which was used in cover artworks for Stereolab's Dots and Loops album and Miss Modular EP).
Now supports Cyrillic characters and includes other custom-made glyphs, like numerals and punctuation marks.
References: Type Journal: "Towards an open layout: A letter to Volodya Yefimov", "Искусство шрифта. Работы московских художников книги. 1959–1974" (The Lettering Art. Works by Moscow book designers 1959–1974), pg. 35
A font I intend to use for a personal project of mine, should it ever come to fruition. I just, uh...got so caught up in the euphoria of designing a typeface that I forgot I lived in a world where the passage of time exists. Also I won't even need all these characters, I just know that (as long as my project doesn't flop) there'll inevitably be a person like me who'll go on a hunt for the font and will be disappointed if there's not a full alphabet available. *coughHALFLIFE2coughPORTAL2cough*
Sorry, I must have gotten a frog stuck in my throat.
ANYWAY, I've never actually made a font before (except once with my handwriting, though that file is gone with the wind), so any pointers are appreciated! :D
(I'll probably be adding characters for a while yet, so if you see there's one missing for your language of choice, feel free to lmk so I can get that in here!)
Oh, no, the bricks got jumbled D:<