Last weekend I was feeling a little nostalgic and decided to review my first ❤️ FontStruction (I made it in 2009, over 14 years ago). Time and fonts have passed since then, but I still like the overall look of it, so I decided to give it a facelift: I changed some important things about the diagonals and the building of quite a few glyphs, as well as restructuring the overall design, homogenizing it a little (taking into account my inexperience then), adding kerning... Now I present it to you again, hoping that you like its current appearance and that someone sees in it the value that I see. Thanks in advance.This is a clone of zamzibar eYe/FS
Black and rounded display font. Made with 2:2 filters, x height = 2 bricks (yes, truly), UC height = 2,5 bricks, and descenders = 0,5 brick. Plus: "ff" and "tt" ligatures placed at the "fi" and "fl" glyphs, and a lot of kern done but more in progress. Enjoy, please.
PS: Thanks to @Sed4tives for his continuous, selfless and very helpful help on improving this font. I'm in debt, compa!
A sans serif display unpretencious font with a slightly futuristic touch. Readable even at pixel size, although its legibility decreases somewhat when used for long stretches of continuous text. "ff" and "tt" ligatures available.
PS: My huge thanks to Sed4tives for his much appreciated help.
https://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/2256589/sidetracked-6This is a clone of zimonart R eYe/FS
Unicase font with the best of the 80's flavour and the great Expressa typeface in mind. A new try melting frontiers between upper and lowercase, all in a row. Hope you've fun with it!
Made with the well-known Grafilone typeface (by Bo Berndal) in mind, but more elongated and avoiding its curious roughness. In addition to the basic set of glyphs, some special ones have been added and the Cyrillic alphabet has also been included. The ligatures "ff" and "tt" are located on the characters "ff", "fi" and "fl". Enjoy it, please.
KThis is just a silly unicase font with alternates, made with simple squares and triangles (and some few other bricks)... But the colours captivated me. I hope you like the result. PS: You can also find an additional colour space (if you need it) in the "|" glyph.This is a clone
This is an Soniano Sans Unicode 2.0
More SML, More Greek, More Cyrillic, Armenian, Superscripts and subscripts, More number forms, the character count is 2424!This is a clone of Soniano Sans Unicode
Colourized and 3D version of "zeropixel", product of the union of the outline version plus the fill version (and a small displacement added). My admired four had the idea, so I have tried to put it into practice. Hope you like it.This is a clone of zeropixel eYe/FS
This is my first ever font using ideas to make an heavy sans-serif typeface. I was inspired by elmoyenique and Jamie Place (FontBlast). I'm not stealing ideas from anybody by the way, I've wanted to share something to explain a journey of making my own fonts in life.
I got some aspect of making the glyphs look heavier. I've tried to make the letter f, but it flawlessly has the same height as the other glyphs. If I make number four, than I've obviously make it like this because the slanted bricks are not enough to make up a four glyph. Some of the glyphs (for example: ð, ß, ™, ®) are hard to build it because it was considered to be rounded by its curve and too small if the text was heavier.
When I run out of name ideas, the only idea of this font name i've chose is Lourde (french word for heavy).