see also RegularSans DIA by regular_one
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far from perfect but i just had to try one of this font without the hassle of hinting
Very cool effect. Works great at smaller sizes. 10/10 + fave
Great font. Like the split g and Q, and the "informal" r. Though the m stands out in a bad way to me. Maybe use the same solution as the n or just cut off the stem like the r. 10/10
I agree with CMunk, the M doesn't quite work. Other than that this is an awesome pixel font, and also highly legible and looking professional. Sorry if that doesn't quite make sense, but I'm a 10 year old who's not real good with words.
I have also been thinking of going down this large scale pixel route - this shows how good it can look. 10/10
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