Based on the theme of 'Systematic'. My research led me into compulsions which in turn became developing my own system where I surrendered control and randomly generated a variant of a Triangle, an angle to rotate it to and then a cell it would go into. This would then be removed to create the final letterform. Designed to be a display typeface.
A sans-serif typeface design that was inspired by Tessellation. I choose to do it on a pretty small grid similar to small bitmap fonts. This had me running into a couple of small difficulties with structing some of the glyphs (a,e,s,x and #) untill I finaly was satisfied with them. This since I don't have a great deal of knowledge about small grid bitmap fonts. Also I did quite a bit of tweaking back and forth with spacing, width and kerning before it really felt ballanced to me! Overall I tried to keep it very simple from a design technical point of view.
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Welcome to Tridisaster. It's ALL TRIANGLES, ALL THE TIME. Welcome to Triangle Channel.
Mathematical operators have a distinctive "open" look to help set them apart. There are few exceptions (like ^) because these symbols are used in many non-math contexts.
The only one I'm not sure about at this point is the comma, which works fine for my purposes, but probably makes this font a pain for anyone who tries to read/write at length with it. XD
All Basic Latin is kerned for both cases! Use a mixed case to create weird alien scaffolding! Inverted ",." can be found on "µ¶".
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Latin alphabet in an Ashrian style, mostly using a 2x3 grid, and using only stacked triangular bricks. Capital letters represent the full letterforms and lowercase letters represent the truncated letterforms used in Ashrian printing and computer systems.
Ashrians are the inhabitants of Planet Ashr in my RPG video game "Seven Candles". Their signmakers, carvers, and woodworkers used triangular gouges for millennia to make their letterforms.
16 Mar 2018 - v1.0 released.
Each letter is made of 7 possible lines (a rhombus with 3 horisontal lines, forming hexagons). Sentances form bands, as if cut into a wooden stick or pole. Feel free to use for your conlags (just don't forget to mention me)! It has both English and Russian scripts (matched by sound). Used math to create: this script used minimum amount of lines per letter while making all have equal amount in total, so letters have 5 lines and numbers have 3, punctuation has 2. You can create your own efficient script by using a combination of "5 out of 7" letter parts. Similar to my "Square Seven - Girder" script.
This font is based on the construction of origami. When creating any kind of origami a system must be followed in order for it to be successful, so I realise this linked in well. With all variations of my systematic designs the main idea behind them was the combination of basic shapes. With this font I mainly used squares and triangles, creating something complex by using a rule and a combination of geometric shapes.