An unofficial demake of Eurostile Regular at 14 point.
Get the original: https://www.myfonts.com/fonts/linotype/eurostile/
This font currently contains the FontStruct Basic Latin character set (ASCII + curly quotes). If it gets 100 downloads, I’ll add OpenType Std (Windows ANSI + Mac OS Roman) characters.
Future Competition entry 1
A different take on the "glitched" concept (hopefully - I haven't seen anyother font that "glitched" diagonally).
Future Competition entry 2
A more legible version of hack.ed with punctuation
https://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/1748611/hack-edThis is a clone of hack.ed
This is a fun and nerdy typeface. I wanted to create a typface that is fun and different. I wanted the typeface to be something that is fun to add effects to and be creative with. I created it with my inspiration from Minecraft and NES games.
This was my first fontstruct ever! Challenging but fun, It gives the impression of handwritten letters. I wanted to shy away from boxy letters, and came up with this!
https://www.fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/823177/phalanx_1This is a clone of Soul Ninja
1.More letters and symbols
1.I fixed a lot of letters to make more perfect! :
Letter fixed: e, n, V, v, N, number 0, z, x, @, s and k.
1.I fixed more letters to make more easiest to read!
Letter fixed: K, N, R,V, X, Z, g, k, v, z, ?, ¿, $, (, ), <,>,^ ,<<, >> and @.
2. I added 3 glyphs: `, broke line and paragraph.
The typeface Chop originally came into fruition as Chop Chop and was later shortened for convenience. The name comes from the process in which it was made, by chopping off what would normally be rounded. It has both playful and sinister qualities. Chop reminisces of a simpler time when computer games still came on floppy disks and the Internet was dial-up.
Common uses for Chop include but are not limited to: laser engraved ax handles, mix CDs, laser engraved knife handles, mixtapes, album covers and graffiti.
A slanted and edgy typeface best used for display graphics.
All of the uppercase leans right while the lowercase leans left.
Thanks for taking a look!
An experiment -- Half-tone uses dots, so why not replace dots with pixels? Thus, Half-Pixel Arcade was born.This is a clone of The Video Arcade Game Font
An experiment -- Half-tone uses dots, so why not replace dots with pixels? Thus, Half-Pixel was born.This is a clone of CASIOpeia
After so many years, thanks to the amazing nudge feature it's been finally possible for me to recreate Mionta, my 2010 SportsComp entry, the way it should be. No awkward faux-Bézier this time around! It was very fun and a bit challenging to arrange all the bricks together so that they form 16 times smaller versions of the original characters. I did alter some letters and characters however. The ampersand was especially ugly in the original version. I also changed the look of the period (as well as the dots in colon and semicolon respectively). The positioning of left and right quotation marks was my conscious choice, it's a bit more aesthetically appealing to me that way. Double quotation marks are also sort of more ornamental and can serve a purely decorative purpose (this is also why "<" and ">" look the way they look - similar idea). And the percent sign, I love it so much that I think I'm going to marry it. Due to FontStruct's limitations, diagonal lines in K and N couldn't be preserved. Also, tracking isn't as tight, because we can't go below -1, but I think it's a good thing in this case. Just like before - make sure to try out fake italics! More fonts to come in very near future. Changelog: - minor corrections - & was still a little bit off - bar in lowercase t is now a bit raised ^and that renders the sample picture outdated, fantastic.This is a clone of Mionta