Published: 19th March, 2015
Last edited: 19th March, 2015
Created: 14th March, 2015
This font writes integer numbers out with letters in British English. Supported numbers are −999999999 to 999999999. It is possible to enter sign character (‘_’, ‘+’, ‘-’, ‘−’, ‘±’, ‘∓’) and leading zeros in the begin. It is required to enter period (‘.’), or comma (‘,’), or semicolon (‘;’) in the end.
Published: 12th September, 2014
Last edited: 10th July, 2017
Created: 1st September, 2014
A widely-spaced medieval type with a spiky attitude. Including Roman numerals.
5/DEC/2014 - UPDATE
- Minor changes to a few characters to improve overall stability and add extra spikiness.
- Alternate 'A' characters available with @ and ^ symbols.
Free for personal use only. Please contact for commercial.
Published: 30th July, 2014
Last edited: 6th March, 2016
Created: 29th July, 2014
Clone of Numbers (English). That was easier than expected. This time thousands are seperated by periods and numbers are ended with comma, like so: 1.234.567,This is a clone of Numbers (English)
Published: 29th July, 2014
Last edited: 13th August, 2014
Created: 29th July, 2014
I had this idea today: Make a font that writes numbers out with letters. Here it is, and it goes up to 999,999,999. Just remember to put commas to divide the thousands and millions, and end with a period :)
I might make a German version.
Published: 26th June, 2014
Last edited: 25th June, 2014
Created: 21st January, 2013
Rebuilt from the ground up, this version of my D'ni numeral font features better bowing on the 2's, 10's, etc. and uniform line thickness. Additionally, the characters now connect as they are meant to AND it's public domain! :D Have fun, fellow adventurers!
The D'ni language and numerical system belong to Cyan as a part of the Myst series.
Published: 2nd April, 2014
Last edited: 2nd April, 2014
Created: 1st April, 2014
This font is only old style non-lining numerals. It was only intended to be used as reference and cloned by anyone who can't be bothered making their own numerals (a disposition that I can relate to). If you're wondering, the few letters are only there to spell out the title of this font, and they look awful because they are all deformed numbers.
Published: 7th January, 2014
Last edited: 8th January, 2014
Created: 7th January, 2014
Blackletter, long time no see...
I couldn't post anything lately 'cause my computer is completely broken,(and I'm totally devastated) BUT no one would stop me from making something new for you, guys!!! It's a new year! so here I am making stupid comments and putting stupid names (Reya=Year) in the public library while fontstructing. =)
Published: 2nd December, 2013
Last edited: 2nd December, 2013
Created: 2nd December, 2013
As it is a very basic script with caps, numerals and a few alternates I have not put in any letter spacings (letter width) which will be needed .... I think
Published: 9th August, 2013
Last edited: 10th August, 2013
Created: 5th August, 2013
Another capitals-only font with numbers, soviet inspired. Capital letters and lowercase are totally different.
Published: 26th July, 2013
Last edited: 27th July, 2013
Created: 26th July, 2013
Second set of Alternates for Sportiva, a clear slab to play with. Numerals and accents included!This is a clone of Sportiva Alternates 1
Published: 14th February, 2013
Last edited: 28th February, 2013
Created: 7th February, 2013
This typeface was a project for my typography class. I wanted to use sharp edges while accentuating a few letters with extra lines.
I'd like to say it worked, generally speaking.
We (the place where I work) are attempting to brand ourselves because our field is getting a bit too crowded and we don't want to get lost in the clutter. In the process, we are exploring a lot of different styles. Not that we are unsure how we want to proceed or what our positioning will be, we want to ensure nothing obvious is overlooked. In the process, a lot of ideas are generated, some discarded outright while others —as long are they support the planned positioning— are pursued long enough to recognize if they are worth exploring further...or not.
Some letters from this font were developed as part of one of the proposed wordmark. Overall, it works without breaking any of our internally established rules. The problem is one of extensibility and adaptability for unforeseen future needs which this font is prone to cause owing to its personality. The logo work was done in Illustrator, of course. However, to see if the typeface has potential beyond the few glyphs of the wordmark (and not in small part due to its modular nature), I worked out the remainder of the letters here in the fontstructor. :-)
I'd appreciate it if I could have your constructive criticism on each or any of the glyphs and how they could be improved. Specifically, I am trying to avoid awkwardness in the coming together of any two letters. As you can see, it's very much a work-in-progress.
Published: 3rd October, 2010
Last edited: 3rd October, 2010
Created: 2nd August, 2010
Fresh baked. [Not inspired by Nike®]
Each character is max. 32 grid blocks tall. However, the total height of the fontstruction exceeds that. Couldn't be helped; the curves just make it so. Maybe that disqualifies it from the competition, which is OK, but the design had to take precedence over the rules.
This fs has been in the works for a while and was not specifically begun for the handmadecomp. It started off quite crude...and evolved into the baroque-ness over time. With all the shape possibilities, it may never be 'done' done.