G1 Densyle. HeavyComp Entry #1. Heavy Slab. The limited kerning I did works on the preview, not so much on the downloaded font.
My first Readable and Ultra heavy font.
Mostly inteded to be used for bigger sizes.
Lowercase charecters are a variation of the Uppercase charecters.
Open to comments and suggestions!
A font where each letter is made out of making small edits to the Target Lock icon.
Open to Comments and Suggestions!
A smooth font inspired by the shimmer and glare of a water droplet.
A techy, sci-fi font with sharp angles and a unique design, perfect for all sorts of projects.
a font that was inspired from many failed attemps that took some hard work for this jewel of a font!
"it's like goth but also classy" - a friend
All uppercase glyphs are 22, 37 max width/height
All lower case glyphs are 22, 22 max width/height, unless it's like the lowercase 'b'
I decided to take a stab at making a chunky blackletter typeface, and i'm pretty happy with how it turned out! :-D Hope you all like it, have fun using it!
Edit: Good news! I cancelled to make this font in fontstruct because im going to transfer it to Inkscape (to design glyphs) and Fontforge (to copy paste the glyphs here from Inkscape for metrics, kerning, and font data stuff) so I don't have to rely on internet connection anymore. I even want to make lots of varieties of this font from sharp corners to gear looking corners to a bit of shifted glyph chaos.
I think I can let you use this font now.
I published this because I just want to know what would happen if I published a fontstruct. It was initially undownloadable.
Here's a preview of my first font I made in fontstruct. I initially made this font in Geometry Dash level editor (yeah, you've read it right) and left unfinished and I decided to reconstruct the font here in fontstruct.
Fontstruct is really good font creating website (I wish there was offline app/software version of fontstruct). I've encountered an annoying jumbled brick bug, but fortunately I've manage to fix the bug, by replacing "my bricks" with the correct bricks from below (don't know how to explain).This is a clone
Chunky styled font.
This ornate typeface was designed with the intention to give every part of a letterform some curve. The end result was a typeface that mirrored the rounded shape of old-fashioned wood spindles like one might find on an antique dinning chair or an elaborate staircase in an ancestry home. Spindles like these were handcrafted and born from the finest lumber a proud wood worker could find. This same type of pride went into the crafting of Simple Spindle.
A playful stencil-type font that's best used for a headline or small amount of type. I'm not happy with some of the letters like the K and the R and they will need to be tweaked. This is a work in progress.This is a clone