Opening Day of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness! Love the cinematic multiverses, including Everything, Everywhere, All At Once! This is a Multidimensional color font that expands through every reality. Enjoy!
STF_SKYR SLAB - A modern slab serif design.
First of all, Hi everyone,
I hope you all doing great...
Seems that for now I have found my way back here, after being away from Fontstruct for nearly 2 years.
I got to admit that I experienced some ring rust at first. lol
Anyway, here is my latest fontstruction, the first one in 2 years.
So far the main design concept and the basic minimum glyph set is about completed, and I am pretty pleased with the result up untill this point.
More technical details on the design and concept as well as demo gfx can be found down in the comment section.
I hope you like it too so far
A spur-of-the-moment project. An exploration of geometric silhouette conformation and fun Futura-based alternates (specifically, using the circles as strokes).
Glyph alternates can be accessed under the Cyrillic characters.
Caps only font. You can use the glyphs placed at the lowercase to add a different second letter in pairs like EE, FF, LL, NN, OO, SS, TT, ZZ, etc. and to avoid graphic repetitions in a single word or phrase. Extra "c" at the "¢" glyph. (NB: To create this one I have greatly exaggerated the method used by my admired Beate -sorry, Maestra- in her font db Whisper, which successfully simulated hand-drawn letters.)
Unicase font. You can find alternates to "A" & "E" at the lowercase "a" & "e" (and their accents, of course), an additional design for the "Q" at the "q" and a "c" typing the "¢" sign. This font is directly inspired on Nickel created by the cool typographer David Jonathan Ross from DJR Foundry. Why? I don't know if this will happen to any of you, but me, when I stop to look at a font that I like, I find myself evaluating how the author has solved the usual "design problems". There are times when I agree with the chosen solutions (the most), but there are others when I think I would do it differently. This is the case. I wanted to modify a bit the general appearance of some glyphs of the font, especially characters like C, E, F, G, M, Q, R, S, X, Z and more, or the numbers and some secondary others. The differences were extensives and are more or less subtle in each of the complete set... And here you are the final result, I hope you like it. I've learned a lot during this experience, and FontStruct has been shown to be a very valid tool to work at this level. Thanks for read my little explanation and enjoy with this work, please.
Very curly unicase font. The glyphs with swashes are on the uppercase and some alternates on the lowercase. Refreshing an old idea. Enjoy.
WIP for indefinte time :) But at least I found a suitable name for this experiment, Sushi is sushi but Sushilka means dryer in Russian.
Hard to believe that 10 years have passed since joining Fontstruct. The years have truly flown by and typography went from an unknown, to a delightful hobby. Many many thanks to those who helped me learn and grow on this platform, it's been such a fun adventure with such a positive impact. To celebrate, may I present "magenta" an art deco font for any typing needs. Please enjoy
This also marks a little turning point. The name "time.peace" was chosen at random and was honestly something I’d never been thrilled with. After much thinking, a new moniker is being adopted: "tortoiseshell."
"tortoiseshell" pulls from the tortoiseshell butterfly. Butterflys are seen as both symbols of time and of peace, making it a simple homage to the old title. There is another connection to tortoiseshell glasses, a style popularized in the 1920's, an era that has been incredibly riveting with its Art Deco movement. Lastly, there is a genus of the tortoiseshell butterfly native to my home.
"tortoiseshell typography" looks build upon old ideas while also growing and evolving into the future.
Cheers to the next decade and the new chapter~
Moto Verse is a bold, thick lettered and futuristic display font. It works incredibly well on logos, branding or pretty much anything that requires a modern vibe.This is a clone of Auto Techno
Angas is a cool, bold and thick lettered display font. It will look stunning on any poster, flyer or print.
Use this font for your futuristic designs and explore its endless possibilities.