Published: 6th November, 2010
Last edited: 13th April, 2012
Created: 29th October, 2010
Font is self-descriptive. Guess if I did the UC or LC first!! :D Yes this is the font I have been working on for such a long time...
x-height: 70px cap height: 94px optical correction: 1px
Published: 6th October, 2012
Last edited: 19th October, 2012
Created: 5th October, 2012
I"M BACK <3
The viewer doesn't really do this font justice. Please either download and view or make a private clone!
For this font I aimed to make a block sans with bridges in unconventional locations...and then it became a monoline semi-geometric slab~ And I sorta regret starting on this so late...
Suggestions are welcome. I know the pointy bits of W and M are wonky but I don't know how to fix those ...
Published: 1st October, 2010
Last edited: 9th October, 2010
Created: 19th September, 2010
A font based on my handwriting. This took ages to make (but was a good relaxant from all my studies cuz now is exam period >.<). It came as a surprise how grotesque my handwriting was -- in all meanings of the word.
BTW (in case you didn't know) the name is derived from the word 'ambidextrous'.
Published: 7th November, 2010
Last edited: 9th November, 2010
Created: 7th November, 2010
A quick font meant to look somewhat like the Puma logo but done without any references... Any suggestions for T? It looks kinda empty in this form.
091110 Added lowercase. f automatically forms faux ligatures.
Published: 8th November, 2010
Last edited: 8th November, 2010
Created: 8th November, 2010
Because when you finally run out of ball terminals, you get hexagons.
Because embellishments should never stay in the same place.
Because stencils and sans-serif are both cool.
Because oddities make the font.
Because you don't always need to justify everything.
Published: 10th September, 2010
Last edited: 10th September, 2010
Created: 9th September, 2010
Based on Wim Crowel's New Alphabet. Ignoring his initial requirement of 45-degree angles, this font emphasizes smoothness and fluidity. Includes experimental Greek + (cluttered and ugly) Bopomofo, two of the few non-Latin scripts I can write.
Published: 1st September, 2010
Last edited: 1st September, 2010
Created: 1st September, 2010
Another attempt at minimalism. The spacing is 0 so legibility is VERY low. But still it's kinda kewl :D
Published: 4th January, 2011
Last edited: 30th January, 2011
Created: 1st January, 2011
Another quickie. This was inspired by a design I saw in an exhibition about the Suzhou-Singapore Industrial Park when I was in China. It's kinda clean and neat. 'F' is a f-a kerning cleanup, 'R' is a r-a kerning cleanup. Yeah repetition is cool.
Published: 10th September, 2010
Last edited: 25th May, 2011
Created: 10th September, 2010
A font using one of my favourite serifs. Very dark and narrow. Eszett might need work, and after going back to this the f looks a bit wonky and unbalanced... The cedilla is kinda unorthodox but it fits really well with the serif...I wonder if any native French speaker might enlighten me on the acceptability of this :D
Published: 23rd October, 2010
Last edited: 24th October, 2010
Created: 23rd October, 2010
I have always wanted to make a stencil. This font has an obvious reference... but I still like its dogtag style. Begin and end words with '^'. Negative space at '*'
Published: 13th January, 2011
Last edited: 24th January, 2011
Created: 13th January, 2011
Inspired by In her memory by softhunterdevil, but working with a different grid and a more Didot-like style.
Published: 17th September, 2010
Last edited: 18th September, 2010
Created: 16th September, 2010
Probably my last font before embarking on fonts for the comp. Yeah so I'm riding on the kpop craze and developed a font based on the Girls' Generation (SNSD) logo and other signs on their photos. Deco at [ ] ^. V is slightly forced and X looks queer.
Published: 23rd August, 2010
Last edited: 4th September, 2010
Created: 23rd August, 2010
A very simplistic wide font. Only lowercase developed so far, tho. Dislike the 'v' for its use of diagonal lines, maybe the 'i' and 'j' look slightly ugly...comments n suggestions pl0x.
Published: 30th August, 2010
Last edited: 30th August, 2010
Created: 29th August, 2010
Experiments in outlining PLUS fill. I think this would make a good title font but not something for lengthy text.This is a clone of outln_regular
Published: 6th May, 2012
Last edited: 14th June, 2012
Created: 15th April, 2012
HELLOOOOO!! It feels good to be back after such a long hiatus. This is probably one of the most incohesive and irrational fonts ever, but at least it's a try...
Zoom in to have a closer look at 'T', 'i' and 'j'. The spine of 'Z' seems a bit narrow but I can't think of a good solution. Also '`' (the grave accent) is meant for additional spacing for letters 'F', 'P' and 'Y' when in an all-caps context. Finally, this font is clonable (for once!) so you can see the mayhem involved. Be warned: I don't keep the "My Bricks" section well-organized so you might see random junk and repeated composites(:
Published: 14th August, 2010
Last edited: 31st August, 2010
Created: 14th August, 2010
You can probably guess where the inspiration for this came from :D the only difference being that this is totally angular.
Published: 15th September, 2010
Last edited: 10th February, 2011
Created: 15th September, 2010
This is way overdue. Looks awesome at small sizes but can turn kinda strange in a cool way when large.
Published: 21st October, 2010
Last edited: 21st October, 2010
Created: 18th October, 2010
This was inspired by Upixel's Mobivus. It began with the n and strangely evolved into a calligraphy-esque style font. Many alternate glyphs are accessible under the Hangul glyphspace, including:
> storey-changed a, g
> tailed f
> full overhang a, t
> alternate connections on e, k, x
> alternate S, Y
> descender-less G, J, Q, Y (two variations)
> barred Z, z, 7
> alternate connection with ink traps a, b, d, g, h, k, m, n, p, q, r, u, w, y, 6, 9
> alternate alternate a, g, second a, m, w
In addition there is a character with negative spacing for ligatures with f (e.g. fi, ff, fl, fb, ft, fk). This is located at the glyph ㄹ.
Published: 26th October, 2020
Last edited: 2nd December, 2010
Created: 1st December, 2010
A shady version of ttech. Click on the pixel button to get a perfectly grey fill. This is a clone of ttech_regular
Published: 12th September, 2010
Last edited: 16th September, 2010
Created: 12th September, 2010
A blasted-open form of twynn_regular, tribute to neurone_error. If you view this at pixel size you get a nice dotty alphabet; if you push the zoom slider to max you can see exactly how the letters of twynn_regular are composed. It's amazing how recogniseable most of the letters are even when composed so irregularly (see lowercase, esp. z)This is a clone