This font is based on a freely-distributed "Stop" font with a few line joints. This is a sci-fi Retro font that is normally used on sci-fi movies and video games. It currently supports basic Latin, but I will add more characters on the future version.
This is a low fantasy font I created for a sci-fi race in a story I am currently writing. Each letter corresponds to a letter in the English alphabet. You can use it for your own writing if you desire!
Let me know what you think of it!
A futurustic typeface inspired by the classic NASA worm logotype.
Uppercase only, no lowercase planned!
Welcome to the Future...
Dramatics aside, QUANTUM is a visual display typeface designed to convey one cyberpunk future out of many.
It is intended to be built as a monospaced font (however, spacing errors occurred, and it is a faux-monospace as a result), made on a 9x10 pixel grid out of a personal fascination with the vision of the cyberpunk future according to the 90s and a desire to capture the "spirit" of the original Sony PlayStation. One of the leading sources of inspiration is the work by The Designers Republic (tDR).
This typeface not only features Latin characters, but also Cyrillic, Greek, and even a few Coptic characters for good measure (in hopes of easing in the old world into the future)
Sort of revival of the retro sci-fi letters used by the Atlantic Toy Company for their "Galaxy Serie". A science fiction themed toy line that was manifactured from 1978 to the early 1980s.
I had to make a couple of compromises on some glyphs due to FS limitations, so the fontstruction isn't 100% accurate, but i'd say still very recognizable.
A display typeface that revisits the classic Randstad alphabet originally designed by Ben Bos in 1969 working at Total Design. Some changes have been made to a number of characters and letter spacing in order to improve the overal ballance and legibility. In other words, more a semi-recap rahter than a exact replica.
Sci-Fi inspired neon display typeface.
The diagonals dont look very good in Fontstruct's preview due to composite bricks, but are okay in the TTF.
- Okay, this requires a little bit of heads-on info first, to prevent any misunderstanding.
It's a attempt to struct the (I think) pretty well known typeface
by none other than Fontspring founder & Fonthead Design Inc.'s:
- Ethan Dunham.
The original typeface by Ethan has been around quite some time and has been used a lot over the years in various of my design projects.
The original Cyber Monkey digital typeface by Dunham was commercially published back in 1998 by Fonthead Design and can still be purchased online via multiple font shops.
My fontstruction, despite its notable clear resemblances is by no means meant to commercially violate or abuse the original intellectual property of Dunham.
About Cyber Wolf (my fontstruction)
Actually it came into existance when I was fooling around in the editor and was building some ideas on chord-like letters. (And since I dont know a lot of typefaces in this style) I soon realized that through most of the time I kept on structing letters that I could sort of remember from Ethan's typeface. so I tried working from that point out to guide, but absolutely did not lead anywhere. lol
So I decided to quit the whole idea and turned the project into a fontstruction that heavily copied Ethan's Cyber Monker typeface to begin with!
It's not a real recap or accurate copy of the original, but does show striking similarities.
Enjoy none the less!This is a clone
Another 5x5 pixel design. This one splits one line or intersection per letter for most letters, leading to a tech/sci-fi look.
Only the comma is allowed to go below the line; all other glyphs fit onto the 5x5 grid. Because this font is quantized to the grid, diacritic accents won't be possible. Feel free to move the comma above the line to suit your global matrix.
Original size: 3.75pt (use multiples of this value for pixel perfection)
See also: Byzantine Exasperation
Galaxa is a sci-fi-like font. Something cool about Galaxa is that it looks similar to the font used in Star Wars!This is a clone
Ehada is a constructed script containing the basic letters and punctuation. It came out of some practice designs for another script which is still in progress using serifs and stubbed serrifs with vowel accents.
Orkash is a conlang of simple lines with elegant ornaments. It was designed with a softened gothic style to give a clean but ornamental script.
Eshaa, the talon language, is conlang formed of sharp points and flowing lines.
This contsins captial, lower case, comma and full stop only.
Each word in the sentence should begin with a capital letter to get the full aesthetic effect.
Matriarc is a linear script of flowing lines orditing central circles. This is used as a standard alphabet with the upper and lowercase vowels having a different distance to the main line to allow aesthetic placement.
Heptal is an alternative alphabet for English created by Katie Molnar. The original can be found here: http://www.omniglot.com/conscripts/heptal.htm
The original script uses overlines to identify vowels which join together when next to each other. The extended vowels á (acute) begins the join the à (grave) ends the join and the ä (diaresis) is the middle of a join - each vowel has an equivalent.
The original script also has 3 varieties of s. Use the S for the capital, the s for an s in the middle of the word and a $ for a final s.
Finally, all sentences should be started with an _ (underscore).This is a clone
Solan Vider is a conlang where each letter is built of two parts, a Solan and a Vider (Top and bottom respectively).
For ease of use each character is fully formed in this fontstruct.
Lightyears is a thin, round, geometric, no-nonsense sci-fi font, from the creator of Digital Desolation, Motion Control, and Reqruit Mk 2, as well as Fami Script (Thanks for the Top Pick!).
This is a recent experiment on linear design. This includes all 26 letters in both upper and lower case a a small number of punctuation marks.
I wanted to try and create a stark linear script that would be easy and quick to write out in contrast with some of my more ornamental scripts.