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@Echo Heo (bluemon) - Beautiful pixel font! Congratulations on this design. :^)
A nice serif pixel font with healthy ascenders and descenders. Latin caps: checks all boxes. The Latin lower case: I see you've tried to play with the "s" to bring in some fresh air. The archaic long s, ⟨ſ⟩ renders the text nearly illegible (on your sample picture). The second version - stretching to the descender space - is interesting. The "g" goes halfway back to blackletter tradition. There is nothing wrong with experimenting... The "y" is gorgeous. Numbers: 0 and 7 need more strength. The Greek lower case letters are awesome. (I can't believe you've done this in a single day.) Lovely special characters and ligatures. There are so many beautiful details, it would take a long time to mention all of them. This is a work of a professional. 10/10
How did you get all these characters?
@mariomaker-4 Where it says "Basic Latin" in the FontStructor, click on the arrow and then select a charset to switch to. You can also type in the textbox to search for the charset you would like…
My internet went out as I clicked Submit…
can you see my fonts?
I used that to make 2 fonts!
The ONLY fonts that I have.
Thats My First Font That I puplished.
Thank you for your work!
Looks like Garamond
I've been working on a game for a couple years now, a medieval strategy game with retro DOS-style graphics, the current font I'm using is a blackletter pixel font, but it's not particularly readable - this will be a fantastic replacement. If I ever finish it, I'll make sure to credit you properly. Thank you for your work and for releasing it under SIL OFL.
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