Uppercase font with some alternates in the lowercase zone. You can find an extra third "S" in the "t" glyph. See also zhellbar, the solid colour version.This is a clone of zhellbar Col eYe/FS
There is also an alternate "s" in the "™" glyph, and the "ff" and "tt" ligatures placed on "fi", "ff" and "fl" respectively.
Thanks to ETHproductions for the improved curve finish. There is a second "s" (slightly more rounded) and an alternate curvy "y" placed on the "fi" and "fl" glyphs respectively.This is a clone
An old project, finished now. 70s vibes. Hope you like it.
Coloured version of zulu. You can use the second different version of each glyph to avoid repetition in some words. These colours are inspired by a 2010 poster from the Apeloig's studio.This is a clone of zulu eYe/FS
Unicase font with alternates. Special characters: Blank space at the "\", "LT" pair (kerned) at the "fi" ligature and the "TJ" pair is at the "fl" too. Better to see the font at big size. Enjoy and Happy New Year 2023!This is a clone
Years ago, a small font from 2008 caught my eye. Now I've dared to use its structure to modify and complete it, and thus create a new visual experiment. I'm sorry, diacritics are the weak point. Hope you like it. ¡Y Feliz Navidad a todos, amigos!This is a clone
Optical experiments continue. "ff" and "tt" ligatures are in the "fi" and "fl" glyphs. Hope you like it.
Another unicase with alternates and also an optical experiment (this time based in a certain way on some works by the great Philippe Apeloig). Optional filled space placed in the "^" glyph.
Solid squared unicase with a lot of alternates (placed in the lowercase zone), almost two fonts in one. "c" in the "¢" glyph. Enjoy.
Another optical experiment, testing border areas. Sorry if sometimes it's a bit hard to read and it shakes your vision, but that was the idea. It has only been possible using the colour options available to FontStruct Patrons. Thanks once again to Big Rob Meek. PS: "2 in 1 font", the black version of the SVG file also can works like an usual B/W font.
Put a smile on your night. A happy Halloween to everybody! PS: Take a look to the lowercase, please, Someone is waiting for you...
Optical experiment...This is a clone
This font is a not too curious case. It comes after trying to prove to myself (with a high percentage of satisfaction, but not quite yet) that FS can allow me to create pro-looking fonts. I am thinking, for example, of zerena, zchreibengroß, zimmera, zenando, zenantoo, zanze, zinckel and others like that. Every time I finish a font that has taken me a long time to complete, I feel the need to look back and do something more relaxed and simple. Thus, without any pretense but feeling fun and friendly, zikiya was born. Hope you like it.
Extra "ff" and "tt" ligatures placed on the "fi" and "fl" glyphs. Legible even at pixel size.This is a clone
As you see, this is not a conventional font, it's more like a little picture game. Typing pairs of letters you can see some figures: AB = Dog, CD = Bockwurst, EF = Car, GH = Factory, IJ = Bike, KL = Truck, MN = Frankfurter, OP = Pinocchio, QR = Birthday Cake. But what happens if you write ASSSSB?... And with the others?... Try it and enjoy!
Based on an old glyph by the magnificent and always amazing Master geneus1. Caps only. You can find an extra A at the "a" glyph and a little C placed at the "®". See also the grey version.This is a clone of zalida 3D eYe/FS
Unicase with alternates (a, e, m, n, u...). You can find also an extra "&" at the ™ glyph and a "c" at the ¢. Inspired on the wonderful Goliath (1970) by Vincent Pacella, but with its own personallity.
This is zimmera without scratches, more usable for general purposes. Thanks to frongile for encouraging me to add it here. Hope you like it.This is a clone of zimmera eYe/FS
Some alternates on the lowercase (a, e, m, n, u, y...). Enjoy!
Thin sister of zenando, more legible for body text (even at pixel size), but with numerous differences on a lot of glyphs (it's a new font, basically). You can find an additional "$" in the "§" glyph. There are also new ligatures "ff" and "tt" which are in the places of "fi" and "fl". Enjoy it, please.This is a clone
You can find an additional "S" in the "§" glyph. There are also new ligatures "ff" and "tt" which are in the places of "fi" and "fl". Enjoy, please.
A lot of zcrewz and a lot of fun :) with these glyphs, all well tight! "Soyuz" (Союз) means "Union" in Russian.
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.
Unicase font with "A" & "E" glyphs alternates. Inspired on DIN Condensed Bold and others.
Very curly unicase font. The glyphs with swashes are on the uppercase and some alternates on the lowercase. Refreshing an old idea. Enjoy.
Ligatures "ff" and "tt" are at the "fi" and "fl" glyphs.