Unicase with alternates. I've used Astronef Super (by excellent typographer JF Porchez) and others like Neil Bold (by the inspirer Wayne Stettler) as a starting reference, but I've redesigned the general aspect of all the glyphs and added a lot of new details, which makes this font quite different and special. I like to review and get a personal second look at some already released fonts, and I like to do this in FS. Thanks again for support me and understand that.
Unicase font with lowercase zone used for alternates. You can take these additional glyphs to enhance matching letter pairs or the overall look of the design. Old style flavor and Cyrillic inspiration, but eroded. BTW, you will also find a free "c" in the "¢" glyph. See at big size and enjoy with it, please.
Moscow, Paris, Berlin in the 1920s... Konstruktivizm, Art Deco, Bauhaus... Effervescent people! This font is for Sergei, the smiling boy in the picture, and for all the people who together built the world. See also zandrine and ztefan.
5x5 pixel font with a built-in scanline effect. Because of its subtractive nature and low resolution, some glyphs are impossible to depict.
Original size: 4.5pt (use multiples of this value for pixel perfection)
A grunged-up/faded Gumshoe. Made to be used at smaller sizes for a faded & distressed look. It can be used with or without antialiasing, and will generate many optical effects which look like grunge or sponge brushes. It also has a bit of an "ink flow" effect where serifs overflow a bit into each other (see "S", "2", etc.).
Check out the Pixel view!This is a clone of Gumshoe
This font is based around the theme of 'Filth' and took direct inspiration from a piece of dirty netting. The convex effect the grid pattern has on the letters reminds me of 3D digital drawing software, could be used for something within that field. Intended to be used for display text.