Another experimental outline balloon thing, made for a friend. Looks best at massive sizes!
I'm taking a few days off to clean up the mess left by the recent hurricane...
An inverted alternate version of Spiderling that's glitch-free... for now, at least!
I think this doesn't look nearly as spider-like as the original... your mileage may vary...
Incised version for the LOOP typeface family with rounded corners.This is a clone of STF_LOOP (ROUNDED)
Style variation in the LOOP typeface family, this one features rounded corners.This is a clone of STF_LOOP
A trimmed-down version of Byblos Unicase! It has a distinctive "constantly underscored" look.This is a clone of Byblos Unicase
Megashark's hard 1px outline was experimentally converted to a soft 1px outline. This result is far less readable to my eye, though it does look cool! Its printed words have a balloon-esque, almost organic quality.
"S.D.M.G." stands for "Super Dolphin Machine Gun", a weapon from the game Terraria. The Minishark and Megashark are from the same game. :^)This is a clone of Megashark
A minimized Minishark. How does that make it Mega? Well it's MEGA COOL.
I think this is the first 5x5 connected-outline design on FS!This is a clone of Minishark
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.
A 7x7 outline design which is made to form solid-looking masses from the glyphs while still allowing the outer perimeters of words to take on some unique shapes.
Original size: 5.25pt (use multiples of this value for pixel perfection)
Font made for the logo of a particular project/video game of mine.
Some kerning pairs are imperfect... I can only bring them 10 bricks closer together, so a bit of space remains...
Current Version: 1.8
Recommended: Use with kerning turned ON!
This one's a request from a friend. :^)
A "hullaballoon" is a person who stores up spite/malice/controversy/etc. and then suddenly releases it all at once, like a deflating balloon. Also, the name of one of the many joke bands I created.
You can enter any of these mazes, but they are all dead ends.
This is made for the liner notes of a particular band's album...
Font built on a dotted grid. The sort of font you might create with a geoboard.
"Graphee-Tee" font Copyright 2018 Doug Peters of Symbiotic Design.
-Logos, graphics, web design, brand marketing & consulting.
Proper Font Use Rules:
The uniqueness of this font requires a few rules in order to generate the required effect. Each word should have a capital letter preceding it, and all the trailing letters in the same word should be lowercase. The font was designed to overlap in the style of cartoon lettering from the 70's. The upper case letters have a border to the left, while the lower case letters do not, and by using some trick spacing and kerning techniques, I was able to fudge in most characters so that it looks like the first letter (a capital) overlaps the next, which overlaps the next.
When using contracted words (70's, Truck'n) the insertion of a single or double quotation mark makes the lower case letter to the left of the ' or " mark inappropriately wide and sometimes borderless, so in the Single and Double High-Reversed 9 Style Quotation Marks (201B & 201H) I added a version of each quote mark with a border as an alternate for using it as quotes just outside a word.
Although all the lowercase characters can look like they overlap each other, even within a lowercase sentence where each word is not capitalized, something looks off about that and therefore word capitalization seems required.
Authorized Use Summary:
You may use this font as a type style for any projects, private, personal, charitable, commercial or government use as long as you attribute/credit the authoring designer, Doug Peters. A single ACTIVE link in social media, on a website, or in a blog will suffice to use this font for as long as the attribution/accreditation link remains active. To use it as a web font: With an accreditation (attribution) link on any website/blog in question that uses this font, you may in fact also use this font as a web font (#webfont) on that web site/blog, should you desire to.
In the section below, I list a variety of my websites. You may link back to this font or to any one of my websites. A simple sentence that includes such a link crediting me will suffice, such as "Font used for (describe how the font is used) is Graphee-Tee by Doug Peters, Font-Journal." Graphee-Tee can be linked to the font (your choice of font archive hyperlinks given below), and/or you can link my name to one of my profile/portfolio websites or blogs (given in the promos section below), and/or you can link the Font-Journal text to the Font-Journal itself (https://www.font-journal.com/). You may rephrase, use your own words.
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Byte-size Outline is an earlier archive of Faraday before I decided to change it up a bit, but I tried on the little various width black dot holes for specific letter loops (as I felt was approriate). This one had a certain cartoonistic flair that I thought was cool (and has since been, or might yet be, cleaned up out of Faraday).This is a clone of Faraday
Originally cloned from Graphee-Tee. I saw 2 visions for the same original caps, even though I had different outcomes for the caps, and much different plans for the lowercase.This is a clone of Graphee-Tee
Another recap in the ever growing series of attempts to re-create some of the works from late great dutch graphic designer "Jurriaan Schrofer"(15 april 1926 – 1 juli 1990).
This time I revisited the letters taken from one of his sketches called "Alphabet for cutout letters-c. 1985" and completed it with numerals and some additional punctuations!
The only real differences compared to the original sketch are heavier stroke weight and some letter parts/shapes that were drawn in the original were left out from the recap since they are of no use in a typeface!
As usual I completed the alphabet with numerals and some additional punctuations.
Lowercase characters only!!
Style variation in the SEMIOTICA type family.
A type family based on the lettering seen on the book cover of "Semiotica - Journal of the International Association for Semiotic Studies" published by Mouton. The letters and book cover were originally designed by "Jurriaan Schrofer".
As usual I completed the alphabet plus numerics and added numerous punctuations.This is a clone of STF_SEMIOTICA (INCISED)
LENA - A classic looking elegant typeface family that comes in 3 different style varriations (solid sans serif, solid serif and inline).
It's a combined effort designed by: Sed4tives & JingYo.
Click the "STF_JingYo-LENA Family" tag bellow to list the complete family.
Balloon/block style pixel text.
Original size: 18.5pt (use multiples of this value for pixel perfection)
A piece of constructivism inspired by Dutch artistic movement "De Stijl".
Based on the theme 'Accept Advice'. Inspired by 6 year old's advice on improving each letter.