This type was made in our class of typhografy, we are from Portugal and we want to show you our work. This font have very elegant forms and contrast between stems, so that's why our font called "alterna" that means alternate in english. It's apropriate for tittles but you can use it for other things only as long as it's bigger than 20pt.
I love the look of this style. The name is self explanatory ;) if you know French.........
UC, numerals and some symbols have one line thicker than the others, LC only has the thinner lines. LC can be used on its own if even thickness of lines is desired but it is 3 px shorter than UC which will show clearly when using Basic Latin LC in combination with Hebrew, numerals, some symbols and some punctuation marks. Cyrillic and Hebrew added. Latin1 will come soon.
An original Art font that uses the tops, bottoms & sometimes middles of a font to communicate the character. This requires users to read texts as opposed to scanning them, but because visual cues are available it is still legible.
This font is Copyright 2018 & 2019 Doug Peters ( https://www.Doug-Peters.com/ or https://Dougs.Work/ ) and released as freeware under the SIL Open Font License. You are entitled to use this font however you want. Credit for my original work IS greatly appreciated.
Categories: Abstract, Art, Logotype, Poster/Display & Novelty
Type: Sans Serif Stencil
Web font: Yes
Commercial use: Any use, yes!
Derivatives: OK (please use a different reserved font name & update docs).
Fontstruct is this font's development home, though if development is occuring simultaneously, the available font may have a few errors as I work things out:
Short Link: https://w3n.us/blownoutdev
The official documented release font archive is on Font-Journal:
Short Link: https://w3n.us/blownout
Submitted to Google Fonts April 10th, 2018:
Short Link: https://w3n.us/1528
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I made only vowels as eyes, so they are in most worlds and still not so exaggerative. Please, give me some comments
A while ago I designed the Circe family; it is quite elegant and fine. This new version, based on Circe1, has thicker lines without being bold. This meant changing a few letter shapes and lines. While it can be used with the others I would discourage mixing the normal weight versions with this one due to the structural changes to many letters.This is a clone