A little experiment with the "connect" bricks (and an healty dose of stacking). I wasn't referencing any specific example of the style (of which there are many), but I'm sure that, looking for solutions as I went, I ended up with something similar to already existing typefaces (and fontstructions).
Unfortunately, some connecting bricks don't align exactly, so I had to resort to approximate them, when possible, with more stacking, which didn't particularly help the already lacking consistency in construction.
But enough moaning, enjoy!
some alternates in the lower case.
I cheated by using layers to create these twists.
https://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/221485/corrida_evolved_1This is a clone
This font is another of the products that a challenge as lively as TwentiesComp generates in FontStruct. You spend two weeks (or more) devising and building original and competitive fonts in a crazy race, but your brain does not stop when the Comp is over and continues through the nooks and crannies that you had demanded of it before, searching and producing new suggestions. This was one of those post-hoc ideas that came up when the fonts to present were already finished. Hope I don't detract too much with it the great level that this Comp has had. Thanks for your compreension.
Decorative, ArtDeco-ish all uppercase font for TwentiesComp. Got carried away and added Cyrillic too ;) Enjoy!
Art-deco style font developed from the letter s (which wasn't that easy to make).
When Blackletter met Art Deco
This was unnecessarily hard to make. Most of the glyphs are drawn with continuous line. Each letter might have other ways of achieving the same continuous effect. But the main purpose of this fonstruction is to request some bricks from staff, I'll mention them in the comments. Thanks.
Just taking the new bricks out for a stroll...