Tag: graphic design

  • Designer’s Notes: The Psyber Devangelist and Other Psi-Sci-Fi

    Yes, I made another thing! By thing, I mean I made something cool for MÖRK BORG. By something cool, I mean I spent a lot of time—possibly too much time—on a new class along with some new equipment, weapons, powers, things to kill you, and some additional mechanics. It’s all inspired by science-fiction, cyberpunk, psychic powers, […]

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  • Creating the new 7HR alphabet

    It’s like a [su_tooltip style=”dark” position=”north” content=”This is a link to ‘Seven-segment display’ on Wikipedia“]seven-segment display[/su_tooltip]. But horizontal, so it’s on its side. But rotated, so it’s normal again. That’s what 7HR means—it’s 7-segment display horizontal rotated. So, the previous alphabet would be called 14N—it’s 14-segment display neutral. Seven segments is a lot less than […]

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  • Greyfolk Font Update 3: Man, the Man Is Non-Stop!

    Forget my previous post and even the one before it because here’s another update! I’ve been working on this font day and night [su_tooltip style=”dark” position=”north” content=”This is a link to Non-Stop from Hamilton on YouTube“]like I’m running out of time[/su_tooltip]. It happened after I woke up this morning after my update late last night. […]

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  • So, I’ve already updated the font for Greyfolk

    It’s actually already reflected in my previous post. After I published that post, I realized that I was seeing some inconsistencies across my phone, my computer, and my girlfriend’s laptop. The font looked much sharper on my phone and on my girlfriend’s laptop while appearing fuzzy on my monitor. “How can that be?” I wondered. […]

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  • Custom original font for the Greyfolk language

    I’m pretty proud of this. Before my guest lecture about conlanging at IU on April 17th, one of my goals was to make a rudimentary custom font, specifically for Greyfolk GU. I’ve known for a while know what the letters look like and how they form into syllable blocks, but I hadn’t taken the time […]

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