Published: 25th November, 2009
Last edited: 23rd April, 2015
Created: 17th October, 2009
A monospaced pixel font with over 8000 glyphs! 7 pixels wide, 12 pixels tall. Some characters may be wider than 7 pixels to make them connect with other characters.
Published: 27th February, 2014
Last edited: 13th February, 2015
Created: 23rd February, 2014
Something as simple and boring as a monospaced, octagonal, sans serif font. But it has great unicode support!
Published: 20th June, 2009
Last edited: 28th June, 2009
Created: 19th June, 2009
My aim to to express the most information with the minimum amount of pixels. I have minimized basic Latin, More Latin, extended Latin A&B, Greek, katakana, hiragana, Hangul, Cyrillic, Armenian, Hebrew, Georgian, Tamil, and Telugu. The katakana and Armenian are clean. The hiragana is a bit harsh due to the many intricacies in the strokes. If someone who knows whatever language uses those can discern one from the other, then it is good. Hangul lacks quality because the glyphs were simple enough that I jammed them closer. Tamil is big because of the loops(or so it felt). Some need to be checked for positioning.
Published: 31st May, 2014
Last edited: 16th April, 2015
Created: 31st May, 2014
I thought the round celtic/gaelic/insular forms of the latin letters would lend themselves well to a typewriter-esque font. Only later did I google it to find that Michael Everson is the king of this area.
Now I should really get back to my exam paper.
Published: 30th September, 2009
Last edited: 22nd April, 2011
Created: 30th September, 2009
Decorated pixel capitals in quasi-Baroque manner.
With ligatures & alternates. Work in progress…
Замечания и предложения приветствуютсяThis is a clone
Published: 9th May, 2008
Last edited: 15th June, 2009
Created: 9th May, 2008
A sci-fi/western display font that can be used in any application from 1960s-era game show logos to battle robot serial numbers. Contains full Latin, More Latin, Latin Extended A & B, Greek, Cyrillic, and Katakana character sets.
Published: 6th March, 2009
Last edited: 22nd June, 2009
Created: 4th March, 2009 This fontstruction is made for programmers and coders. It's focused on beeing very small, monospaced and easy to read. It includes many international glyphs. It isn't possible to draw some very exotic letters at this small size, so I abstracted or modified them to still identify them or associate them with the original letter.
The additional information behind 'Pure Prog' have got the following meanings:
12 -> use font-size 12 to see the at original size (although fontstruction says its 16)
5x8 -> capital letters are 5 pixel wide and 8 pixel tall
Pixel -> pixelbased (just consists out of sqaure bricks)
mono -> monospaced/fixed width (every glyph has got the same width)
Normal -> normal version (there are some variantions existing)
Published: 22nd January, 2017
Last edited: 2nd January, 2011
Created: 1st January, 2011
This is basically an extreme version of 7x12 Pixel Mono, by CMunk. The only difference is that most of the letters are only four pixels high, and it's only capitals. This font includes Basic Latin, More Latin, Extended Latin A&B, Greek and Coptic, Cyrillic, Hebrew, Bopomofo, and Even More Latin. I had to guess with most of the Even More Latin characters, as most of them were displayed as squares (indicating that the specific letter is not included in your computer's font). Enjoy!
Published: 5th August, 2014
Last edited: 5th March, 2015
Created: 4th August, 2014
A 7 px high font (+2 for descenders, +3 for ascenders) inspired by classic typewriter fonts with extended character range.
Best use at multiples of 12pt
• Most Cyrillic capitals and lower case characters
Currently work still in progress. Use at 12pt (Windows)
Published: 30th April, 2008
Last edited: 21st February, 2009
Created: 30th April, 2008
my first font them.XD
****June 6 , 2008 / version up (improve and More Latin,Extended Latin A,Extended Latin B complete!)****
Published: 4th June, 2014
Last edited: 23rd April, 2014
Created: 16th April, 2014
This is my first fontstruction. An attempt to convey something based on building toy blocks, modernism and wood stamping. Full latin set. Soon to be released as a stamp set of its own.
Published: 16th February, 2010
Last edited: 16th March, 2010
Created: 14th February, 2010
I began this fontstruction as a challenge to create a seriffed pixel font with grid characteristics similar to iSlab’s 8 pt setting (bearing an x-height of four pixels). This inspiration began with similar shapes and roots as its predecessor, but evolved from there once it quickly became clear that those shapes really could not be reproduced with strict pixels.
Then I went on a bender creating the katakana and hiragana character set.
Then I went crazy with filters and single brick substitution.
Published: 7th April, 2008
Last edited: 12th June, 2009
Created: 7th April, 2008
Based on a font from a receipt for plutonium discovered in a De Lorean. Missing characters were added, as well as Greek, Cyrillic, and Hebrew characters.
UPDATED 24 February 2009 - Now a true monospace font. Narrow characters repositioned closer to the centre of the space. Fixed Registered Sign. Added new "More Latin" characters.This is a clone of Nuclear Depot Plutonium
Published: 21st October, 2014
Last edited: 20th June, 2015
Created: 20th October, 2014
A little creation of mine. Although not as good as a lot of other great fonts, I still think that it is somewhat acceptable by today's standards.
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: 29th October, 2014
Last edited: 30th October, 2014
Created: 28th October, 2014
This font is made for word games like scrabble, wheel of fortune, word search, crosswords. I have included a lot of digraphs and trigraphs that may be considered a single tile in some languages (according to this article: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scrabble_letter_distributions). Numbers 0-9 can be used to assign scrabble scores to the previous letter (since they are different for each language). 0 stands for 10 points.