Alternative a and e
https://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/796700/lombard_2This is a clone of zerbeer eYe/FS
https://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/2172409/zerena-eye-fsThis is a clone of zirakuza eYe/FS
My second 8x8 colour pixel experiment after reading Arcade Game Typography: The Art of Pixel Type by Toshi Omagari. This one has an inverted gradient inline.
Thanks to ETHproductions for the improved curve finish. There is a second "s" (slightly more rounded) and an alternate curvy "y" placed on the "fi" and "fl" glyphs respectively.This is a clone
A little experiment with the "connect" bricks (and an healty dose of stacking). I wasn't referencing any specific example of the style (of which there are many), but I'm sure that, looking for solutions as I went, I ended up with something similar to already existing typefaces (and fontstructions).
Unfortunately, some connecting bricks don't align exactly, so I had to resort to approximate them, when possible, with more stacking, which didn't particularly help the already lacking consistency in construction.
But enough moaning, enjoy!
TUBULAR LUMINII - Rounded inline display sans
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⇛▸⇛ Font that mimics electrical gas-discharge tubes (Neon)
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A larger potion of the Neon-fonts that are found on the web often have these quite strong emphasis on their decorative design aspects, and a lot of them come in elaborate looking complex styles and form. Besides the numerous optional different personalized conceptual decorative elements implemented into the design, many typefaces also regularly use more commonplace modifications such as; ▸multi-linear, incisions, patterned etc.
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Instead I went with a clean, simple basic geometric letterform, one that is essentially mono-linear at it's core. The one major key element that I have incorporated to the concept is that unmistakable in-line stroke. This was done to give it more of a convincing 'tubular'-concept as is the case with a real neon gas tube.
The other less pronounced but nonetheless fundamentally important design feature are the closed stroke-endings. Apart from being this extra little personalized element, it also suits a technical purpose. That of which is; "To fully preserve all 'in-lined'-negative (white) space in full isolation". This enables somewhat easier 'end-use' access to layer atributes or compound paths in graphic design software.
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It's constructed mainly of connector bricks and a set of custom composite bricks, expanding FS's default connection brick set. Enabling greater viariational depth and complexity for custom shaping.
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❖ ❖ Metrics ⇒ 〔measure in ⇒square grid units〕
￮ Brick Size Filter: ～ ２ ： ２
￮ Cap-Height: ～ ４．５ ✕ ４．５
￮ Ascent / Descent: ～ ０．５ ✕ ０．５
〘▸〙〔Font Metrics〕 ❖ ❖
￮ Font Size: ～ ７．５
∗ Full Em square (incl. ⇒ symb. & punct.)
CheersThis is a clone
Caps-only font, with M, N, S and U alternates on the lowercase. Also you can find an extra "c" at the "¢" glyph. (Surfing again the FS waves without curvy bricks.)This is a clone
I cheated by using layers to create these twists.
A font where all charecters are made by bending, expanding, etc. a single neon tube
https://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/1045652/shadows_37This is a clone of Swordplay
Decorative font with 3 open lines that give a pseudo-volume. Extended for most European and Scandinavian languages.
This is one of the ways I've always wanted to use layering in Fontstruct. Finally, it's possible :) Just a quick font to test the new feature - a grey shadow (ligh source from left to right) that is cast on inner white space of the letters.
P.S. I won't be able to sleep today, so many ideas to test... Thank you, Rob!
https://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/1920702/db-questuraThis is a clone of Worm Flat
TwentiesComp entry, inspired by art deco architecture. Not sure about the V, left some variations there for comparison. Also the uppercase/lowercase grave and acute are different, would like to hear which you prefer.
Decorative, ArtDeco-ish all uppercase font for TwentiesComp. Got carried away and added Cyrillic too ;) Enjoy!
Art-deco style font developed from the letter s (which wasn't that easy to make).
Decorative experimental letters drawn around XX pattern.
An art deco-esque font inspired by the blackboard bold or double struck typefaces often used to represent sets of numbers, such as ℤ for the integers.
https://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/1592394/tiles-9-3This is a clone of De Stijl C
A FutureComp entry. Emphasis on the balance between future/past with a theme of: "There is no future without a past". Counter-clockwise (inner arrow) direction is for the past while the clockwise (outside arrow) direction is for the future.