A basic modern-looking font. Comes with ligatures (first time making those so sorry if they look bad), basic accent support (bare cedilla and acute are there), and some "more latin" characters.
Alternative a and e
https://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/796700/lombard_2This is a clone of zerbeer eYe/FS
when researching and coming up w/ ideas for this typeface i decided to explore the oldest known typeface: blackletter.
Various alternates in the capitals.
@ : ligatable S.
# : ligatable T.
$ : baseline-aligned f.
` : zero-width apostrophe.
post soviet font
This blackletter-style monospace pixel font is a recreation of the original main font from in the SNES action game ActRaiser 2.
The character set of Tanzra includes a vast array of additional diacritic variants, numbers, bonus characters, unique glyphs, and also full sets of the Japanese hiragana and katakana alphabets and other Asian glyphs from the original Japanese version of the game. Every character that doesn't pop up in the game has been designed to match the look and feel of the base characters.
I recommend to use this one with font sizes that are multiple of 15pt and avoid any font smoothing or anti aliasing methods.
~ Tanzra by Caveras - a font recreation based on the original font from the SNES game ActRaiser 2, developed by Quintet and released by Enix in 1993. ~
Charted from historic French cross stitch book Maison Sajou Miniature Album no. 604. The pattern was found at http://patternmakercharts.blogspot.com/2009/12/sajou-no-604.html
A blackletter font charted from historic French cross stitch book Maison Sajou Miniature Album no. 6. The J and W have been added (at least, I think the letter in the original was an I, so I made a J to match). The spacing of the white dots and the top left flourishes on most of the letters are weirdly inconsistent.
The pattern was found at http://patternmakercharts.blogspot.com/2009/12/sajou-no-6.html
actually blackletter (somehow)
inspired by the work of @elmoyenique and @sed4tives
btw "kaldus" is slanted in estonian
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.
https://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/1421743/english-beagle-cThis is a clone of Blocktur
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.
BACK TO THE FRAKTUR - Modular geometric calligraphic blackletter
Calligraphy inspired design, that even though it's name can be deceptive, suggesting one in thinking it is a Fraktur derivative. Which is actually quite not the case, and as far as being a calligraphic Blackletter inspired work, the similarities between the two stop.
This is a heavily simplified and geometric take on the calligraphic style, with much more modernized letterforms as well.
It remains a WIP, but I'd love to hear what u think so far.