The font can work by itself or curious effects can be achieved. The 3D aspect becomes real by adding one or two gray bands to our text as the samples show. Some alternatives (A, a, E, Y) are at the end of the Basic Latin set.
separated from the main font so that i can keep using global fixed width
also so that i can focus, and also i fear that the vibes don't 100% jive with the hanziThis is a clone of fs biənsuj
Hershey Dot Cartographic with the 'dot size' increased to 2x, which is more similar to what the paper expected the dot size to be. (In fact, the paper may expect the dot size even larger, but fontstruct's filters don't let it get any larger than 2!)This is a clone of Hershey Dot Cartographic
Two-in-One font again (maybe 3in1?). You can write only with the uppercase, write only with the lowercase or you can mix both alternating them in a single zigzagging word: HELLO, hello, HeLlO, hElLo. Your choice, your fun. Black and more legible version of zapezipi.
Two-in-One font again (maybe 3in1?). You can write only with the uppercase, write only with the lowercase or you can mix both alternating them in a single zigzagging word: HELLO, hello, HeLlO, hElLo. Your choice, your fun.This is a clone of zipizape eYe/FS
A more 'normal' type of university font, familiar, safe, with only few quirks, and as complete as I want it until summer. All letters are on Lower Case. Alternative "s" is on "S". No kerning.This is a clone of Me-Knee-Verse-ET
I Fontstructed my way through a difficult period, the holes have quite a story to tell....... A weird design and not totally necessary, I was told. That'll be OK for me ;) All letters are on Lower Case. There's an alternative 's' on 'S'. No Kerning.
When I saw the New Year's greeting from the great geneus1 I started to think about how a font would look with the height of the capital letters equal to the lowercase x. This is the result. I hope you like it as much as I do.This is a clone
Under construction : )
I created a font similar to this years ago, but it suffered from inconsistencies and was lost for one reason or another. It was one of my favorite designs and I'm so happy to have it back, now with a more proper looking lowercase! Please enjoy
So the idea behind this one is that as you type you're creating a city scene. The spaces are empty intersections. The slash marks are slightly askew telephone poles. The quotation marks are flocks of birds. Etc. From a distance it can be a bit illegible. It's primarily meant for large letters or close up scrutiny.