The script of the gods. Produced for the project Sephira Tale: Reclaiming the Light. Inspired by Anglo-Saxon Runes and the Ethiopian Ge'ez script.
Here are some notes on the orthography:
'C' is mapped to the /x/ or /ç/ sound, the voiceless velar fricative.
'Q' is mapped to /tʃ/, the voiceless postalveolar affricate.
'X' is mapped to /ʃ/, the voiceless postalveolar fricative.
The voiceless dental fricative /θ/, as in 'thorn' is mapped to the letter that appears when you enter 'þ'.
The voiced dental fricative /ð/, as in 'the' is mapped to the letter that appears when you type 'ð'.
Optionally the 'D' or 'Z' can also be mapped to this sound in some contexts.
The cluster 'tion' that appears at the end of words can be rewritten as 'xun'.
When writing for the 'qu' cluster, use 'kw', 'ku' or 'kv' instead.
An alternate version of Vocaloid Sans.This is a clone of Vocaloid Sans
Based on Meiko and Kaito's logos.
Also check out: Vocaloid Sans C by the great Dmitriy Sychiov.
I started making Trivial in 2020 and have been sitting on it since. I'm tired of not getting it out publicly, so here's a first glimpse of it.
Please feel free to give constructive critics and advices on how I could make this better. This is just the start,
Happy Fontstructing ♡This is a clone
Prajna is a Sanskrit word meaning wisdom, understanding, insight. Simple on the outside, with some depth on the inside. Looks like it could be 1:1 bricks, but it actually uses a 1.5 sized brick width, giving it additional curvature that wouldn't be possible on a 1:1 scale.
I was supposed to release this a year ago, synchronous to the Peace 2.0 sculpture that was publicly unveiled which utilized Prajna to spell out "Peace" in 12 different languages. I like to think that since the sculpture was written with Prajna, it has a literal connection with wisdom, understanding and insight. I release it now with the hope that you may write with Prajna of your own.
This one is quite ambitious! A recreation of Metroid Fusion's font. The ones I found online weren't quite exact to the game so I did my best to recreate it. Still a work in progress (working on the Hiragana and Katakana from the game, as well as adding more Latin support and Cyrillic).
Feel free to use, but please credit me :^)
A font based on the one from Metroid Prime Hunters! Has support for a variety of Latin based languages, plus Greek and a variety of Cyrillic languages. Feel free to use, but please credit me :^)
This font is based on the one from the game Scurge: Hive, but with a few personal tweaks that I've made. Feel free to use it, but please credit me :^)
Clone of AV07 Ration MGS2, minus some of the larger bonus codec characters which impacted the intended character height of the font.This is a clone of AV07 Ration MGS2
By popular demand, I'm very proud to present you this recreation/digitization of Maxim Zhukov's Meander (an experimental modular type design from 1972, which was used in cover artworks for Stereolab's Dots and Loops album and Miss Modular EP).
Now supports Cyrillic characters and includes other custom-made glyphs, like numerals and punctuation marks.
References: Type Journal: "Towards an open layout: A letter to Volodya Yefimov", "Искусство шрифта. Работы московских художников книги. 1959–1974" (The Lettering Art. Works by Moscow book designers 1959–1974), pg. 35
A font in the style of the [retro]futuristic typeface seen in the 1981 movie "Outland". There are a few variations that appear in the film but this most closely resembles the almost square aspect ratio as seen in the opening credits.
A sans-serif font based off of the font used in the logo of the Indie game "Copy Kitty".