A double-line style with a twist. Named for the Exage Viral Armada (EVA), a mutagenic virus featured in several of my own games and stories. EVA causes rapid limb bifurcation and the spontaneous generation of butterflies, both of which can be seen in various glyphs from this design.
The exact rules for this are somewhat complicated, and based on structural as well as visual analysis. The basic idea can be seen on glyphs like k and x: Closed loops (double line) are joined by single lines which turn back on themselves to create the illusion of more lines. Of course, this idea had to be modified for most of the other glyphs, for the sake of stylistic consistency and visual interest. Particularly, almost all the spurred glyphs have the double-line structures open up to form the spurs.This is a clone
The font can work by itself or curious effects can be achieved. The 3D aspect becomes real by adding one or two gray bands to our text as the samples show. Some alternatives (A, a, E, Y) are at the end of the Basic Latin set.
Two-in-One font again (maybe 3in1?). You can write only with the uppercase, write only with the lowercase or you can mix both alternating them in a single zigzagging word: HELLO, hello, HeLlO, hElLo. Your choice, your fun.This is a clone of zipizape eYe/FS
Kollarbo. Derived from "collarbone," except spelled with a 'K' with the last consonant taken off, which parallels the Klavika font, which sounds like "clavicle," except spelled with a 'K' with the last consonant taken off, parallelling even further because "collarbone" is synonymous with "clavicle." So clever. So, so clever.
Kerning coming soon. maybe. but at least the rest of the diacritics.
Photo by Mimi Moromisato from PexelsThis is a clone
When I saw the New Year's greeting from the great geneus1 I started to think about how a font would look with the height of the capital letters equal to the lowercase x. This is the result. I hope you like it as much as I do.This is a clone
Under construction : )
I created a font similar to this years ago, a design adjacent to some exhibits found online, but it suffered from inconsistencies and was lost for one reason or another. It was one of my favorite designs and I'm so happy to have it back, now with a more proper looking lowercase! Please enjoy
So the idea behind this one is that as you type you're creating a city scene. The spaces are empty intersections. The slash marks are slightly askew telephone poles. The quotation marks are flocks of birds. Etc. From a distance it can be a bit illegible. It's primarily meant for large letters or close up scrutiny.
Another "2-in-1" fontstruct. To obtain a chained word, please write their letters using only the uppercase (= with connectors) and use the lowercase (= without connectors) to finish the last letter of your word. E.g.: HELLo. The lowercase works like a traditional font too.