This is my first typeface made in Fontstruct and it is a part of my degree. The theme of the project is “Rebirth”. With this Fontstruction I am trying to revamp some of the typefaces being used for headlines and drop caps in books or newspaper. I am aiming for a more boxy and modern look, by some separations in the structure of the letters. My main inspiration came from sci-fi books and encyclopedias.
Sweet Alley is a boxy font set with ombre shading in the Uppercase and no ombre in the lowercase. All using circles to construct the font.
Just a little project I worked on while rendering
Has a sort of Undertale vibe now that I look at it
I made this variant of Jersh because it looked cool, and now you have two choices for this font: crappy or adifferent kind of crappy.This is a clone of Jersh
This is a font that I've based on the logo I use for my pen name "Jretion". I thought it looked cool enough so I've decided to make an entire font out of it. Due to how it is, and due to my lack of aesthetics, it's not the most legible font. Apologies in advance.
[This is a fictional font for a fictional language that I created. You may use the font as you please, but don't change it or use it for commercial purposes. If I find out that this font was used for commercial purposes without my knowledge or was changed in any sort of way, I will take legal action.]
The Plaenee (English: pl-uh-ni, Plaenee Pronounciation: Pl-ei-ni) was a language created in 2003 by a French immigrant who felt the area she moved to (Pine Plains) need more culture. To boost the culture, she offered a language that would end up being spoken by about 2,500 people. The language was spread as far as Poughkeepsie, New York. Due to the decreasing population of Pine Plains, the language is surviving by a tiny thread and a small margin of hope.
[Creator of this font: Theodore Eagleson Secor
All characters were made in a three by three grid, hence the name, Bythree.
This font is actually not as useless as my other two!! wow!
(Did NOT purposely copy "Sharp" by Rob Meek)This is a clone