Published: 25th October, 2011
Last edited: 23rd November, 2011
Created: 23rd October, 2011
As part of a project for my graphic design course at UWE, our brief was to create a typeface based on a theme. I chose vibration as my theme as I explored my theme I was drawn to line graphs which help record the frequency of sounds. I wanted my typeface to resemble this like it was on an ECG monitor. I also looked at John Skelton’s pinpression typeface which truly inspired my font, having continuous lines connecting all of the characters was very important and finding his work showed me that it was possible. This is my first attempt at creating a typeface and there are still alterations that need to be done.
Published: 14th June, 2011
Last edited: 14th June, 2011
Created: 14th June, 2011
A recreation of the main font used in the Game Boy Color game Robopon: Sun Version. Good if you're looking for a game font, but want something different!
Published: 28th April, 2011
Last edited: 29th April, 2011
Created: 27th April, 2011
A completely new creation based on my original Dingbot and Monsters. Stylized robots and monsters. Larger grid. All new robots. My entry for the illustration competition.
Published: 7th April, 2010
Last edited: 1st May, 2010
Created: 5th April, 2010
A simple typeface designed based on the old school monitor text and its machine like nature. Hence robots. Still a work in progress.
Published: 27th September, 2009
Last edited: 14th October, 2009
Created: 23rd September, 2009
My first serious attempt to make a serif using Fontstruct. This is for a university project, where I am attempting to make a serif that could be used in sci-fi moives/tv shows etc. So I’m trying to figure out what makes a typeface 'sci-fi' without a) being a sans and b)resorting to clichés that impede readability.
Any comments/feedback would be much appreciated!
** Much thanks to everyone who has/is giving feedback. Also a big thanks to William for giving me such detailed suggestions and pointers. **