Schlanke Schöne is a tall condensed geometric sans serif typeface.
The idea behind this font was to experiment with making interresting letterforms, with fewest possible resources. In other words, fewest possible default core bricks, no filters and mostly without expert mode. The only expert mode funtion I did use was "stack" bricks to make a small number of resized compositions and composite sloped angles. The total amount of different bricks used in the font is 20.
The font design is a simple, fairly straight forward looking sans, but due to this the end result also is pretty legible and clean. I was able to get most of the features done within the design parameters, such include optical correction, diacritics, stylistic alternates and swash capitals.
Very simple, but playful fun...
The stylistic alternates and swash capitals have been stored in the "Halfwidth and Fullwifth Forms" unicode block.
Hope you like it,
A modern hairline sans style font.
design grid: 3,5 × 4,5 units
brick size filter: 2 × 2
stroke weight: 1/8
I tried to incorporate rounded letter parts and corners but this was very tricky to pull off with this thin stoke weight. The font works best at small size due to very small imperfctions.
I hope you like it nonetheless!This is a clone
A font in this similar circus style was created back in 2014. Many years ago I went through to clear out some of my less desirable fonts, and it was lost during that time. Thanks to the font databank of Luc Devroye I was able to rebuild the font using the prior sample as inspiration while changing and revitalizing some of the glyphs. It was quite fun to rebuild this font, bringing it back from the grave. Please enjoy
A FUTURISTIC LETTER “A”!!
MY FUNNY LETTER “K”!!
AN OVER-EXTENDED EM DASH!!
WEIRD UPSIDE-DOWN CYRILLIC LETTERS THAT NOBODY’S HEARD OF!!
IT’S ALL HERE IN MY NEW FONT — ALDRON.
I THOUGHT THAT THIS FONT NEEDED MORE ATTENTION THAN THE ONE THAT I CLONED IT FROM, WHICH WAS MADE IN A COUPLE OF HOURS. AS WELL AS ADDING THE LATIN AND GREEK ALPHABETS, I MADE A FEW ADDITIONS AND ADJUSTMENTS TO THE CYRILLIC LETTERS AS WELL AS SPACING. AND UNLIKE ITS PREDECESSOR, THIS ONE IS KERNED.
IT WAS QUITE A DIFFERENT EXPERIENCE, ACTUALLY, ADAPTING A CYRILLIC FONT FOR LATIN INSTEAD OF VICE VERSA.
INTENDED LANGUAGE SUPPORT
• БЕЛАРУСКАЯ МОВА — BELARUSIAN
• БЪЛГАРСКИ — BULGARIAN
• HRVATSKI — CROATIAN
• ČEŠTINA — CZECH
• DEUTSCH — GERMAN
• ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΆ — GREEK
• ITALIANO — ITALIAN
• QAZAQSHA, ҚАЗАҚША — LATIN AND CYRILLIC KAZAKH
• МАКЕДОНСКИ — MACEDONIAN
• TE REO MĀORI
• ROMÂNĂ — ROMANIAN
• РУССКИЙ — RUSSIAN
• SRPSKI, СРПСКИ — LATIN AND CYRILLIC SERBIAN
• SLOVENČINA — SLOVAK
• SLOVENŠČINA — SLOVENIAN
• УКРАЇНСЬКА — UKRAINIAN
AVAILABLE CHARACTERS (★✰*ALL KERNED YAY!!!!!✰*✪)
LATIN: ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ ĀÁÂÄĂĆČĈĎĐǄĒÉÈǴĜĤĪÍÎĴĹĽǇŃŇǊŌÓÒÔÖŔŘŚŠŜȘẞŤȚŪÚÜŬŮÝŹŽ
GREEK: ΑΒΓΔΕΖΗΘΙΚΛΜΝΞΟΠΡΣΤΥΦΧΨΩ ΆΈΉΊΪΌΎΫΏ
CYRILLIC: АБВГДЕЁЖЗИЙКЛМНОПРСТУФХЦЧШЩЪЫЬЭЮЯ ӘЀЃҐҒЂЄЅЍІЇЈЌҚЉҢЊӨЋЎҮҰҺЏ
THE NUMBERBET: 0123456789
PUNCTUATION: ()!?.…:;,„“”‘’-—«»*• AND OF COURSE, SPACE
Twisted yarn is an amalgamation of two older fonts: bubble gum, and paper balloon, combined with some design elements to create the next evolution in my design of fancy fonts. Please enjoy
"´" ACUTE - Ligature down > up (before n,m,v,w,x - execept after o,v,w)
"`" GRAVE - Ligature up > down (after o,v,w - except before n,m,v,w,x )
Another font following a slant? Am I crazy?
So I saw this sample for a font called Macbeth that hasn't been digitized, so I took it into my own hands to do it. Check it!
Edge of the Galaxy, a font where no man has gone before.
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