Published: 9th September, 2015
Last edited: 7th February, 2015
Created: 22nd January, 2015
A proportional solid pixel font inspired by the comic lettering of Mary Kelleher. Based on the lettering she used in Eastman & Laird's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, specifically the "City at War" arc and Volume 2 that followed.
As a pixel font, this font is mainly for fun, and is not all that appropriate for actual comic lettering.
Since this is a solid version of the font, it does not support many characters with diacritics, as they rise too far above or below the letters.
Published: 27th August, 2015
Last edited: 29th September, 2015
Created: 27th August, 2015
This is a font I made for a game I am making called NSMB&SMB3 Mashup (New Super Mario Bros & Super Mario Bros 3)! However, you may use it yourself! Enjoy!
Published: 12th May, 2015
Last edited: 9th May, 2015
Created: 2nd October, 2014
Gorgeous, isn't it? This is a reproduction of a cross-stitch pattern from the French series of embroidery books "Maison Sajou". It dates to around the turn of the 20th century. After seeing such a beautiful, ornate pattern, I just had to convert this one to a font, a process that took several months.
The design is made of intricate flower buds, stems, leaves, and check patterns. The design of the letters is similar throughout the pattern, however no two letters have exactly the same layout (for example, flower buds are facing a slightly different angle). Each letter is intertwined with a branch that winds its way up the letter, and features representations of leaflets and berries.
The 'I' and 'W' were not present in the original design. 'J' doubles as 'I' and 'W' is a rotated 'M'. While I would love to make up numerals based on the current letters, it would be a daunting task as each letter is about a 100x100 size grid. Anyone is welcome to clone this font and give it a shot.
This pattern was found on http://patternmakercharts.blogspot.com/2010/11/sajou-no-601.html . There are lots of Sajou and other embroidery patterns there.
Published: 3rd April, 2015
Last edited: 1st October, 2015
Created: 2nd April, 2015
A set of 3 fonts inspired by a recent trip I made. The fonts are designed to be readable even at smaller sizes. It is designed for LED-board emulation on a 24 pixel high sign.
Parisienne Small Bold: http://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/1134167
Parisienne Small: http://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/1134173
Please contact me if you have requests on any of my fonts.
Published: 25th December, 2014
Last edited: 25th December, 2014
Created: 23rd December, 2014
First font in a series (at least I hope so... :p): Micro Pocket-Sized Fonts (µpsf abbreviated). I tried to do some nostalgia and found some kind of black-and-white pocket game thingy, which made me make a small monospaced font (not exceeding the 5×10 area everything fits in, except for some combining characters for sigla, which turned out to be some kind of awesome and interesting Latin abbreviation method... I just couldn't let it be alone, there, on Wikipedia, so I had to make it pan-Latin-Unicode). Stressed serif fonts, sans-serif fonts and eventually even script fonts will come soon.
Published: 22nd November, 2014
Last edited: 2nd December, 2014
Created: 4th November, 2014
This is an false pixel font in 3d with a right lateral light. This is the first thing come to my mind when thinking of retro gaming.
took me more time than I expect, so I only push one font for the Gamecomp.