Published: 17th May, 2018
Last edited: 17th November, 2019
Created: 6th May, 2018
What started as a revisit of an old Impulse Tracker font, EK-WINTR, turned into an exercise in clarity and distinct letterforms in a small (4×8) array for as much as I could manage. I'll gladly add accented Latin letters on request (or as I get the urge), and I might have a go at filling in the Greek and Cyrillic alphabets soon if there's demand.
Note: E-Keet Winterlate BC is bicameral (typical upper-and lowercase forms). This is the “Alphabet 26” version (no distinction in forms between upper- and lower case).
Extra note: The vertical metrics are present wonky compared to the BC version because they're primarily calculated off of a few lowercase letters... which are very different between the two! Once FontStruct gains more direct control of vertical metrics, the generated fonts will line up fine.
Revision 2019-11-14: In loose regex terms, revised [MWmwÑñĒ™⇑], moved [₀-₉] to their correct slots, added [£←↑→↓⇒] and Roman numerals.
Published: 16th May, 2018
Last edited: 17th November, 2019
Created: 13th May, 2018
What started as a revisit of an old Impulse Tracker font, EK-WINTR, turned into an exercise in clarity and distinct letterforms in a small (4×8) array for as much as I could manage. I'll gladly add accented Latin letters on request (or as I get the urge), and I might have a go at filling in the Greek and Cyrillic alphabets if there's demand.
Note: This is the bicameral version (typical upper-and lowercase forms). E-Keet Winterlate A26 is the “Alphabet 26” version (no distinction in forms between upper- and lower case).
Revision 2019-11-13: In loose regex terms, revised [MWmw™⇑], added [£←↑→↓⇒] and Roman numerals.
Just in case anybody wanted a small, serifed, pixel-sharp font with personality and figure (old-style) numerals, I whipped this up... then overachieved, perhaps. It has full Latin-1 and Latin Extended-A support, extended punctuation, most Greek, and as much Cyrillic as I could justify working on. It also has some Roman numerals, many arrows, and a few other random things.
If anyone out there actually wishes to use this for setting anything with Greek or Cyrillic alphabets, please let me know if I've made any terrible errors or if more characters are desired. I know better than to trust my typographical sense for alphabets I don't use in an actual language context!
Published: 11th June, 2009
Last edited: 30th June, 2009
Created: 11th June, 2009
For all the folks out there who got their start in computerised typesetting... here's a font to mimic the unique, trend-setting bitmap typeface used by a certain manufacturer of dot-matrix printers. (Actually, it's a blend of several of their printers.) If anyone can provide samples of print to fill in the remaining characters, I'll gladly add 'em in!
Published: 18th November, 2008
Last edited: 28th September, 2011
Created: 18th November, 2008
Readable angles, freedom in limits. The concept was, quite simply, to create a replacement for one of the fonts in the game City of Heroes, hence the name. It did turn out to be slightly too heavy, so I'll be working on the medium version next...! (Also, it looks great with an automatic slant.)
Published: 24th April, 2008
Last edited: 19th June, 2008
Created: 24th April, 2008
Once we can change the spacing between glyphs, this could be used to spell out phrases in Morse. Until then, it's good for making code-tables, at least, which is why I made it. Punctuation and other languages (lots of 'em!) can follow if anyone's interested.
Published: 16th April, 2008
Last edited: 29th March, 2017
Created: 16th April, 2008
Where are the caps? Who cares? A bold, minimal-grid font so named because it looks sort of jellybeany. Kind of. I'm still not sure I like how dark the 'k' seems, but any fix looks worse. If there's demand, I'll add an accented set, perhaps.
«Update 2017-03-29» – I've reworked the aforementioned K. I've changed the lowercase to be a thinner version, along with much of the punctuation. I've even filled out the Latin-1 Supplement, though I loosen up considerably on the basic design elements to get things to work within the established grid.
Published: 15th April, 2008
Last edited: 16th June, 2009
Created: 15th April, 2008
This was originally a pixel font for Impulse Tracker, which was later built as a TrueType font but never completed. Here is the full Basic Latin and More Latin set (with temporary copyright and registration marks); more to come if the demand is there.