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
I made a font inspired by art-deco, which I really love. To more universal capital letters, more decorative lowercase have been made, which can be varied by additional alternative characters (o e i).
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.
With this font I am late to the competition, but I still love Art Deco a lot.This is a clone
This is a really conservative design, reminiscent of the early days here at FS when all the features didn't exist. Yet they are well hidden here. In smaller font sizes, db Katalog looks really balanced… but scale it up and it soon doesn't look so round anymore. Maybe that's what makes it so. Perfectly imperfect.
In any case, I am open to any suggestions for improvement.
Currently under fontstruction!
'Peranbu' means immense love.
My only entry for the Love comp made hastily at the last day. Mish mash of styles. Comments/suggestions are welcome. :)
This font came as a fluke off of another font I've been working on since 19 July 2018.
H was the hardest to get right.
& is just a flipped g.
All cap bold serif
kerned : Russian, Latin Basic, More Latin
I can't even type cyrillic extended, there are too many letters in latin extended, I don't have greek keyboard either
I wish I could make everything, but I'm a human after all (or am I?), I decided that this is good enough
Paris, Berlin, Moscow in the 1920s... Art Deco, Bauhaus, Konstruktivizm... Effervescent people! This font is for Sandrine, the woman with white hat in the picture, and for all the people who together built the world. See also ztefan and zergei.
Beeinflusst von Kem Weber (1889-1963)
A-Z on capital letters, alternate Q, S, X, and Z on their lower case positions.
I no longer publish samplers to illustrate my fonts as my samplers aren't wanted. It's nice that Meek publishes them for me; for competitions it seems important that members are made aware of contributions and I appreciate visually contributing and being part of the working community effort.
But I can't justify having to bother him with requests to publish my samplers that I designed only because I made a new weird font for my own reasons, hoping to get some (helpful) comments to point me towards improvements, additions etc.