BalsComputer 2023 is an Artistic Alphabet font. He is many glyphs.
"BalsComputer 2023" - это художественный алфавитный шрифт. У него много глифов.
BalsComputer 2023 es una fuente de alfabeto artístico. Él es muchos glifos.
This translation Contains 3 texts here.
He is my best font ever!!!!
Note: This font contains an extensive collection of glyphs, including a wide range of characters, symbols, and diacritical marks. It has been carefully designed to support multiple languages and scripts, making it a versatile tool for writers, designers, and anyone else who needs to display text in a variety of languages. With its attention to detail and extensive character set, this font ensures that even the most complex and diverse texts can be accurately and beautifully rendered.
Only for Windows, macOS and mobile phone downloadable.
Xim sans handwritten
And MANY MORE FONTS!!!
Extended number forms
Unused greek & Hebrew
1.0 - Initial
1.1 - Added buhid, More cyrillic and Unifon
1.2 - Added Lozenge and Shidinn
1.3 - Added Kiwiana and Baht sign.
1.3.1 - Added Chit'de.
1.4 - Added Calinsacus & Carian, Fixed greek capital letter omega.
1.5 - Added tai le, Hebrew & Added unused greek.
1.6 - Added Liran & oldstyle numbers.
1.7 - Added number 10, Turned numbers: 2 to 4, Dozenal numbers, Reversed C & Elbasan.
1.8 - Added metelko, Three-headed M and Triple U.
1.9 - Added Cherokee, Armenian & Shidinn extensions.
1.91 - Added Unused armenian.
1.95 - Added Unused hebrew, Fanmade carian, Chorasmian, Elymaic & Liran Nasal sign.
1.975 - Added Caucasian Albanian, Old italic, Insulars and Con, Ligature KW, Font alternatives and Leafonetix.
2.0 - Big Update!
3.0 - Another Big Update!!
Mr Google Computer Font Font is an Artistic Alphabet font.
My Font looks like "Justov"
This Font is only for Android, Windows 10, Windows 11, Windows 12, Windows 7, Windows 98, Windows XP, Windows 95, iOS, iPhone, iPad, Nintendo Switch, Samsung, LG, Lenovo, Realme, Infinix, and Vivo.
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Creating this font I was inspired by gothic architecture from the city of Bristol with the sharp shapes and crosses that it entails. My secondary inspiration was Early 2000s grunge clothing with its excessive crosses and wings ect, hence the wing motif on the "F", which I translated into pixel art style.
THANks FontStruct FOR A COOL GAME
The Official Level Font
Download this font in "Mac" only
Unicofonte -- sans-serif, Unicode-based, 1x1 & Real Curves typeface designed by marcot_0425 (the main font designer), not_cake (my partner), and STF (faux bezier curves)
Wed 25 Oct at around 7 pm: Added 48 new characters in Arabic Supp. and fixed 2 characters in Arabic
Thu 26 Oct 16:49:18: Added 62 assigned chars in N'Ko (RTL)
Thu 26 Oct 21:46:51: Added 32 assigned chars in Buhid (LTR)
28 Oct 11:44:12 : Added some misc symbols & some chars in legacy computing
Latin ext f & Cyrillic ext d finished yesterday
7 glyphs until 9000!
30/10/2023: added more weights to make a variable font
2 Nov: added Arabic extended a
800 Glyphs Left
it’s not a pixel font but it could type A LOOOOT of characters
22112023: Added 1 New Character in Hebrew
GEO-PROTESQUE - Geometric grotesque typeface
This time I did an attempt at making a typical super rounded geometric gothic grotesque "workhorse" typeface. A sans serif style that is a very popular for headline and display text.
The idea for "Geo-Protesque" was to make a sans serif style that is strongly inspired by the pre- "International Typographic Style" -era. To dive deeper into a more decorative period of hand-lettering, pioneered mostly by architects and painters.
The most important difference as oposed to today's more traditional type design, is that during tose early days of the Modernism movement lettering usually was purpose made. Each letter had a unique role within a composition, making Lettering that was meant to be used in a unique configuration. These designs occasionally didn't even had full alphabets designed. And even more rarely getting manufactured and cast into full printing typefaces.
It was mainly inspired by those sans serifs seen in vintage sign paintings and show cards designs that often were more decorative artistic takes on the general basic stylistic concept of sans serif letters.
Although Geo-Protesque is essentially more of a contemporary looking design, I tried to incorporate some of that playfullness that came with these "free-form" sans serifs.
On the other hand this design sticks well within those realms where it remains faithful to simple geometric form. This created almost quirky looking letterwidth distribution in the upper set, and set somewhat of a funky rhythm. This gives the font a very strong early 1900's feel.
The lower case set has a much more uniform design that works well in a piece of body-copy text.
To pull this design off properly the font was created on a large grid using the 'faux'-Bézier approach. The rest just enfolded from there on out.
The design, (obviously) a very geometric grotesque, has some nice neo-grotesque features to it as well.
While many letters mostly have even stroke width, upclose you'll notice some stroke width variation is going on after all. This to bring more contrast into certain area's. Anther design feature is the font's generous and open letter-spacing.
The font is optimized for body copy in both digital and print use. Even at very small point sizes. In digital-display rendering it performs crisp even as low as 9pts. (Not bad I guess!)
Keep in mind that due to the nature in which 'faux'-Bézier curve fitting works this font might not be the best choice for a large size rendering. The linear interpolation method uses linear polynomials (straight lines) to construct glyph contours.
Beware that when using this font at very large point size rendering the remnants of this process will become visible!
This is a clone
I wanted to see if I could make a font using only a 3x2 grid. Unfortunately this means that I can't add extra ligatures and the like, at least not via Fontstruct. Probably best used for titles.
I created this font for my typography class. I hope you like it!This is a clone
Latin ASCII, Latin Supplement, Latin Extended-A, Greek and Coptic Coptic, Cyrillic, Arabic, Hebrew, Georgian, IPA Extentions, Latin Ligatures, Gothic
SANS SERIFSCO — Humanist / Neo-Grotesque Sans-Serif
A contemporary neo-grotesque sans-serif design with regular weight.
I tried to add subtle diverse and nuanced visual elegance while still remaining minimalistic. Most significant feature is the subtle stroke modulations, distinguishing this from a more geometric style.
Designed to be versatile and suitable for a wide range of different purposes and optimized for legibility in small point size body copy.
The font was constructed on a large grid using linear interpolation (also known as faux-Bézier method). This allowed the most freedom for constructing more complex custom forms, curvatures and all the various stroke modulations.
The font has a total vertical height of 88 square grid units, this is including all optical compensations, ascends / descends and accents.
"Crypt" Is a gothic, serif font, inspired by the decorative and intricate details within many cathedrals and church architecture, influenced by such features such as stained glass, gargoyles, petroglyphs and spires.
This font was create around the theme Protect. I explored different areas within this theme and thought of claiming sanctuary in a church during medieval times and how that was a major form of protection. I constructed the letterforms using shapes I’d drawn from church floor plans and gothic architecture.
Basically MS Gothic resized and edited a bit.
This font gets regular updates also so uh.
LITERA FACILIOR GOTI ― A 'Blackletter' script style with a twist
Also known as Gothic script, Gothic Minuscule, or Textura, was a script used throughout Western Europe from approx. the 12th untill the 17th century.
This FontStruction was aimed at mimicing the aesthetic approach of a ― ‘Textura’ variant of the Gothic Minuscule script style, more accuratly refered to as ‘Littera Textualis’. This style is most characterized by its strong sturdy letterforms, with distinguishing sharp, straight and angular features as oposed to the other variations in this catagory.
In terms of authenticity to the original predecessing formal script family, my ‘Litera Facilior Goti’ didn't took a whole lot of care for authenticity. The idea was to take a more independent and experimental approach to shaping the letters and forms, so it wasn't necessarily inspired by any specific typeface in particular, it rather recycles certain characteristics of a ‘Textualis Quadrata’, but beyond those aspects of general guidelines it evolved on its own.
Some of the areas where the design tends to really stray away from the tradition is for example the serifs:
It's often that I have some trouble with the weight ratio distribution of serifs and such elements in simplified modular based geometric Blackletter fonts. In many of such designs they tend to have been left pretty static and equal in thickness throughout the full character set. Which I think is often either having some letters look clumsy or even weird, and generally speaking also often making them appear too thick.
So this was one of the things I had to try and adress, I experimented a little with the style and forms of the serifs. Eventually this resulted in multiple deviations in variety to mix and create a more dynamic distribution. similar to what was done in less formal scripts. Over time they became ever further simplified, letterforms that involved less reorientation of the pen, in pursuit of styles that were quicker to write.
But taken as a whole typeface I find that it is having this certain ‘random-ish’ characteristic that is simply working for the better of these particular style fonts.
I'm still working on improving its overall rhymes and reasons to a certain point that is acceptable, balanced and with enough consistency. But up to this stage I personally think that the concept worked out quite successfully so far. And that even despite the fact that its stripped down of most ornamental decorative calligraphic extravaganza, it still managed to capture a convincing portion of that ‘Medieval ’ looks and personal flavour.
But I think that in the end this became a pretty neat looking font and it would classify somewhere between a hybrid mix of simplified Blacklettering and a drunken man's ‘Textualis’.
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Cheers!This is a clone
ELEPHANTSO is a sharp re-imagining of a handwriting style I have developed over the last few years. An alternative name is Gothin Nu Gothick. Other names include Fishbone and Skeleton Key. Enjoy and use responsibly.
BLAYDES - A modern geometric Blackletter style
Playing around with some more experimental geometric forms for a Blackletter-ish font. It doesn't really involve or honors any actual calligraphic traditions. The font is actually just a simple geometric sans that was modified to sort of faking the looks and style of a Blackletter.
I tried replicating various elements that are traditionally seen in a Blackletter, such as: angular-styled segments such as strokes, transitions, tapered endings or serifs with a different approach. I used a set of circular shapes and variations to these in order to achieve a similar effect.
The end result sits somewhere between this obesed airport Grotesk, a contemporary Blackletter and the work of a bladesmith.
It has some very sharp and pointy tips, and for some reason this often very 'sword-like' forms.