Each letters are 4 studs x 4 bricks, except for I, M and W. This time besides LDD files, I also have PDF instructions for each individual letters.
After you’ve read the instructions, you will have one question. How do you deal with the gap in some of the letters such as these?
To fill this gap and to connect letters together, you need to pick the right kind of structure in the previous letter. Here’s what I mean.
If the next letter needs side studs (i.e. letter E, Z above), the previous letter’s 4th stud needs to provide these studs by replacing 1×2 plates (shown in red) with brackets. So when building this font, you have to keep an eye on what letter is coming up.
Sometimes you need to replace with bottom bracket, when the top position can’t be replaced. Like in this situation,
Here’s a question mark using the same techniques.
Download the LDD file here.
Courier Letter (22.8 KiB)
Here’s an example of these letters in action.