Fractal Font

by Frodo7

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A scaled back version of the original Fractal Font (fragment). Because of the self-similarity of the pattern, the two are virtually identical. For template I used Magor, with some modifications. Lower case only.


Very, very nice!
Comment by dev_squid 8th March 2010
So finally you could finish it, Bravo ! A Masterpiece ! And thank you personally for your technical advices on filters. I began experimenting with these Fontstruct subtilities. Effectively, new forms of bricks appear like by magik
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 8th March 2010
Wonderful ... just wonderful!
Comment by p2pnut 8th March 2010
Amazing! It vibrates like a light ray. You deserve at least a 10, even if the r is a little too narrow according to me.
Comment by igorrossi 8th March 2010
Thank you very much for your comments and votes.

This time the experiment has been successful. My priority was to create something that works: "full" character set, download, legibility. The size of this new version is just 1/4 of the original Fractal Font (fragment). It's amazing how well this fractal pattern works on the screen, with no visible deterioration at a fractional size. For the sake of legibility, and to avoid using the same glyphs for both letters and numbers, the original template Magor was not strictly followed.
Comment by Frodo7 8th March 2010
Mesmerizing...I feel like the glyphs are glowing.
Comment by aphoria 9th March 2010
Comment by thalamic 9th March 2010
@SSaamm : Frodo7 has already made a fully functional version, it's here.
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 14th January 2011
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Fractal Font” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 3rd July 2011
@meek: Thank you very much for the special mention. Using composites I could add a new layer of detail.
Comment by Frodo7 3rd July 2011
A well deserved TP.

The thought of even more detail is mindblowing.
Comment by p2pnut 5th July 2011
Genius. Simply genius.
Comment by Noah (winty5) 8th November 2012
When I stare at it, I see the letters moving around. Maybe i'm crazy.
Comment by Noah (winty5) 11th November 2012
Comment by Irina78 26th November 2012
@ente3000: Licensing policy has been changed to All Rights Reserved. What particular application of this font have you in mind?
Comment by Frodo7 24th October 2014
Subjugating (prove it at big size, please)!
Comment by elmoyenique 24th October 2014

the letter x tho....

Comment by Echo Heo (bluemon) 5th October 2017

@bluemon: ce commentaire servait « à rien » ;-)

Comment by dpla 8th October 2017

I hadn't seen this! I ought to visit all pages made by Fontstructors over the years. This has a superb Op-Art effect.

Comment by Aeolien 9th October 2017

And again, I still don't know how Frodo7 constructed it!

B.t.w. his fractals look a tad like my own (pixel art) experiment.

Comment by dpla 16th October 2017

I notice no deterioration. Seems very detailed.

Comment by AMohay 21st September 2018

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