Many design trends come and go, giving way to the new ones. For instance, we have seen the rise of flat design in recent years and have marveled at how minimalistic and straightforward it can be but appear inspiring and stylish. Nevertheless, there are times when minimalism and simplicity are not the answer to building your dream design. Also, sometimes you must go back at the weight that 3D font design adds to the outcome.
Three-dimensional design covered the future and was seen as the contemporary design ever seen when launched first. Yet, it all swiftly seemed as if the whole 2D experience that came before it was oh so dull and devoid of life the moment designers laid eyes on them.
Life changed quickly with the dawn of 3D font. And it was not about design. It was regarding the 3D font as a whole. Finally, people began to recognize that we are three-dimensional figures leading the ground, not only 2D images that would make us seem like we are portrayed on paper. This achievement was exciting. Suddenly, designers and illustrators could bring things to life, regardless of the setting and what they are.
For instance, simple shapes could swiftly be seen as something more practical, with the shadows and beveled sides were giving them that 3D look. So you can reasonably assume what a huge influence the 3D font effect has on letters.
The effect was astounding when the 3D font was first used in the design. Now, posters had life in them, and the outcome was overwhelming. In addition, Web pages used 3D font to give importance to page titles and headlines, casting more drama into its appeal.
Below are ten 3D fonts that each designer should have. These will be very helpful for any design projects that you may have presently and plans that you will be serving on in the future. Despite the focus on flat designs, these will be very useful. In reality, being the productive designer that you are, try combining both elements (3D and flat) to come up with a great design that can make your name more prominent in the specialization you choose to excel in.
Lulo Clean by Yellow Design Studio
Lulo Clean from Yellow Design Studio is the non-comparable version of the first textured Lulo family. Its amazingly 3-dimensional friendly and retro effect can be produced by adding various colors to all of the five stackable layers. In addition, Lulo Clean is all-caps and includes regular and extensive language support and great weights.
3D by Turtle Arts
3D is a hand-doodled font with skewed characters and a little perspective. The part in this alphabet’s letters makes it look incredibly cool when printed or stamped BIG. This unique alphabet makes excellent titles for journal and album pages or all paper art projects.
AZ Postcard 3D by Artist of Design
The need to develop a sans serif 3D typeface with a vintage hand-drawn feel inspired the creation of the AZ Postcard. This font was invented for the use of a fun, bold subheadline or headline or sub-headline.
Dolce Caffe 3D by Resistenza
Dolce Caffe was a handwritten font designed in 2011 Inspired by some Berliner menu, Dolce Caffe. Now it has been updated to a Shadow version, 3D Rough, and 3D. They are clear and extraordinary in style and nicely formed all-uppercase letters.
Core Circus by S-Core
Core Circus is a kind family that has seven 3D effect layers, one shadow effect layer, and eight 2D effect layers. Lowercase and uppercase letters are assigned by such features that counters are closed or opened.
Festivo Letters by Ahmet Altun
Festivo Font Family is a homemade layered font that incorporates shadows and several textures. Various font types can be performed using different combinations of colors and Festivo Fonts.
Core Escher by S-Core
The letterforms in this class family are structurally twisting and complicated, but it appears simply because of its easy strokes. And for simple color variations, it splits into two fonts, Core Escher A Right and Left.
Core Escher B has a peculiar visual illusion. The letters of Core Escher B look like three dimensions by only putting thin lines on bold letters. Moreover, B has two sub-families that have several points.
Elise by Context
Elise is a tender-natured, layered display typeface with only a few layers but a means of alternatives. Starting from the feminine to the nostalgic to the fun, Elise is a proficient and personable set. Best used BIG, and with color, you will always find an excuse for the charm of Elise.
Bizzle-Chizzle by Terry Biddle
Bizzle-Chizzle is an extension of lettering designs initially made for my website. Every glyph is rendered by hand and inked by brush to resemble the texture of letters sculpted out of stone. Bizzle-Chizzle is expected to be used for dynamic layouts and prefers to be as big as possible.
Sparhawk by Albatross
Sparhawk, in its simplistic form, is a 3D layered display font, but it is prepared with over 300 swashes, remarkably rare in the 3D font realm. Every individual swash is hand-drawn with advanced organic authenticity. The lowercase are tiny caps, and the swashes are intended to be regularly used with the lowercase letters, but the drop swashes work well with all caps. Sparhawk’s extended character set and a plethora of doubles make it perfect for the bands, birthdays, logo-type, weddings, etc., the list goes on.