A recreation of the font from The P'radikus Conflict on NES. A fairly unknown game by the infamous developer Color Dreams, known for their unlicensed NES games.
The original font was all uppercase and had very little punctuation so I added the rest myself trying to match it design of the original as best as I could.
As a first year graphic design student at UWE this is my first attempt at creating a typeface on Fontstruct based around the theme of ‘hope’. Looking at this theme I explored the words; dream, desires and wishing leading me to the classic phrase, ‘when you wish upon a star’ and have therefore, based my typeface on stars. Through research, I looked at the patterns and layouts of star constellations to find that they are only made up of straight lines and circles, which is why I have formed a simple lettering using only these two basic forms, incorporating the concept of star constellations.
10x7 (maximum) character size, 9x7 average character size. Bolded version of the font with the same name. Inspired by MS Sans Serif (Windows 95 version, not the modern version.)This is a clone of Oldschool and Classy (normal)
10x6 (maximum) character sizes, 9x6 average sizes, made with inspiration from MS Sans Serif (windows 95 version, not modern version.)
A Unicode version of "7:12 Serif". I am going to finish the font as soon as possible.This is a clone of 7:12 Serif