A font i have been working on for a while, but with some characters removed, because it seemed like it was not going to be finished in a while. I just wanted to publish this firstThis is a clone
Catch the Vasilek font. It is made on the basis of Cyrillic ligature. Can be combined with pixel art and handwritten lines. Experiment and enjoy!
Opening day of Marvel's Black Widow movie! Finally get to see what happened in Budapest. Haven't done this type of cinematic release in a while, so it was nice to give layered color fonts a try. Also nice to finally go out into actual movie theaters.
Now, with the folding effect already incorporated into the font. Some kerning issues and adjust improved too. It's more easy to change the diverse colours of central body and bright zones on the font. Enjoy.This is a clone of zpains Xtra eYe/FS
An experiment based on: "What if an 8 color wheel was a letter O?" A work in progress just to bring up the potential of the new update. P.S. This font has nothing to do with LGBT, these are just rainbow colors.
One of my older ideas. A font where you can basically change the colors to get a different nation (this one is Belgium) that uses vertical triband flag. Not sure if I should publish every country one-by-one though. What do you think?
My first colour font. My zistersoul, but now with awesome 2 layers and it's original own colours!This is a clone of zistersoul eYe/FS
This font has been almost 3 years in the making. Mostly because how tedius it was to keep copying the same "bricks" over and over. I'm glad it is finished enough to share. I may or may not (most likely) add more glyphs later.
Inspired by the work of Charles Rennie Mackintosh, specifically the Willow chair. I'm not sure how "twenties" this font is, especially since the Willow chair was designed in 1902, but it seems to kinda fit.
A font inspired by German films of the 1920s, such as The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (hence the name). Doesn't have a complete letter set; somewhat rushed to publish.
TwentiesComp entry. Not really sure how twenties this is (maybe more 30s), but this is where inspiration led.
TwentiesComp entry, inspired by art deco architecture. Not sure about the V, left some variations there for comparison. Also the uppercase/lowercase grave and acute are different, would like to hear which you prefer.