Then I thought "How about adding a shadow? Just a little shadow for zarzaparrilla..." Hmmm, well, it was a bit more complicated than it may seem at first... But finally here it is! Ta-da-daaa! (-Phew-)This is a clone of zarzaparrilla eYe/FS
Extra squared-blocky-rocky western font. Caps only. Waiter, could I have a sarsaparilla drink, please? Based on some glyphs from "Pionner" (1969) by Francisco Gonzales.
Another handwriting script style font. Some suggestions for a better results: 1) You can put an additional bar (placed in the "<" and ">" glyphs) before typing a lowercase word. 2) And it's also convenient to add an extra space before writing a word with a capital letter to improve the separation between they. But you're the boss with it. Enjoy.
@Dear and appreciated minimum: It has been an honour for me to have received from you the possibility of rebuilding my own version of your excellent font "tm Patchpanel", as a result of your very generous offer in FS of the pieces that it was made. I feel enormously lucky and grateful for that. It was also really very interesting for me to be able to go (in a certain way) into the depths of the ins and outs to build glyphs of a great master. With all this, I have dared to propose my humble version of this great font, which is this one that I am now making public. With all this, I have tried to make the grid more obvious, showing the shape of the letters inside. I've also tried not to repeat any of the glyphs of the original font, and I confess also my inability to get a good enough H. The final result appears to lack the freshness of your original font, but offers (to my mind, I hope also to you) some other qualities. I wish I hadn't demeaned the original too much and not made it too ugly. Thanks a million.This is a clone
Fridz was going to be a bold sharp serif font, think after I was obsessed with GZA by Philipp Herrmann. But it got tiring after one too many challenges on getting the forms well. (See also Bagnard by Sebastien Sanfilippo)
This design was created as part of the TwentiesComp. Too bad, due to lack of time, it was not finished. I realize db Pontus still needs a bit of time and patience to be ready (glyphs, kernig etc...) However, I just want to introduce db Pontus in this context already ; )
Paris, Berlin, Moscow in the 1920s... Art Deco, Bauhaus, Konstruktivizm... Effervescent people! This font is for Sandrine, the woman with white hat in the picture, and for all the people who together built the world. See also ztefan and zergei.
Decorative experimental letters drawn around XX pattern.
imitation song-ish, hopefully with early 1900s century rough vibes, and not early 2000s century sanitized vibes
not usable as a real font, for obvious reasons. i do not plan to make this remotely usable, ever, for obvious reasons. not a serious entry, because of the above problems. just a smart-ass interpretation of 'twenties' (early 20th century / 1920)
In develiping...This is a clone
gently calligraphic latin with a chinese touch
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