7x7 Pixel Font

by neon280

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A complete pixel font that should be visible on the smallest of scale.


Great! It looks very nice at pixel view... I would consider to go in the same way with the lowercase.
Comment by Axel Leyer 23rd september 2008
Indeed it does. Very well thought out.
Comment by intaglio 24th september 2008
To Axel: I don't understand, what are your suggestions for lowercase?

To intaglio: Thank you!
Comment by neon280 25th september 2008
I would say a lowercase with the same outline that the uppercase, numbers and the other glyphs have...but is only a suggestion :)
Comment by Axel Leyer 1st october 2008
So have no difference between upper and lowercase? I was going to originally do this, so I might still change it.
Comment by neon280 1st october 2008
welll...now it seems to be the same as uppercase but with the "neon light" off, and... I like it but... perhaps... you could try to draw a real lowercase with the outline too, then you will have the posibility to clone and make another set with the "neon light" off...but this just an idea. :)
Comment by Axel Leyer 3rd october 2008
I think Axel means something like this... I hope it helps.
Comment by Em42 3rd october 2008
Nice job.
Comment by xipodx 30th october 2009

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