I wanted to make something like runes or witch characters, so I made it.
Even when you want to prepare something.
It is a font of basic Latin characters, half-width numbers, large and small alphabets (small is the same as large), and half-width symbols.
I would be happy if you could specify it when you use it.
This text uses Google Translate.
(Ten year anniversary!)
This is my conlang, Täämüŕ.
а = a
ӓ = ɐ̃
ә = æ
б = b
в = β
г = ʞ̬̬
ҕ = ɢ
ԁ = d̪
ѯ = ð
є = ɛ
ѧ = ɛ̃~ɜ
ӡ = ʑ
з = z
і = i
ѵ = ɨ̃~ə
к = k
ӄ = χ
л = l~ʎ
м = m
н = n
ӈ = ɲ~ɴ
о = ɔ
ө = ɶ
ѫ = ɔ̃
п = p
ҧ = β̞
р = ʁ
ҏ = ɾ
с = s
ҩ = ɕ
ԍ = ɧ
т = t
ѳ = θ
ү = u
ұ = ɯ̽
ѡ = ʉ̃
ф = ɸ
This font is for free so you don't need to spend time making your own font (unless you want to make your own font). Use it for anything; for your poster, video game, book, movie, program--anything!
The only thing you CANNOT do is CHANGE LICENSE OF AN EXACT CLONE.
Should you make a new font from it, it needs to be under "Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike". An attribution to the original must be made, too.
I chose this license so that it can always be free without anyone having to worry about using it, commercially or not.
Kintsugi is the Japanese art of putting broken pottery back together by sealing the cracks with gold - built on the idea that embracing flaws and imperfections, you can create an even stronger, more beautiful piece of art, this is idea is also a metaphor for self growth 'rebirth'. The typeface is designed to replicate the cracks in kintsugi ceramics. I wanted to create a bold font to suggest strength and how imperfections and flaws can make people stronger and even the strongest of people go through hardship.
Monospaced version of CheddarSans by Fußmatte (aka Fussmatte, Doormat). As of now, the character set is limited compared to the original font (~400 glyphs vs. ~1000). Released under CC-BY-SA 3.0. Current version: 126.96.36.199
This is a recreation of a font used in Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap.
Credit goes to Nintendo and Capcom.
Cyrillic letters from the Russian-translated hack.
Greek letters by me.
UPDATE (1/01/2021): Added multilingual support.
A neat language of combining letters to create even more unique characters. Based on some languages like Armenian. Work in progress.
My font was made as a response to technological rebirth. The designers I have referenced and researched to create this font operated in the early days of technology and the internet. My font mirrors the exciting momentum behind design in these times. Something that is still moving and taking shape.
This is a recreation of a font used in Pokemon Emerald.
Credit goes to Nintendo, GAME FREAK and Creatures Inc.
Greek letters by me.
UPDATE (20/12/2020): Added multilingual support.
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This is my first font I made.
But while I was making it, the size varied a lot, so I left it private for a while incase somebody would talk about it. But I didn't wanna change the letters because it looked nice, and then I came up with this name because I think it would fit. And I planned it to be a unicode font but that would take a very long time so i just left it as it is.
(I actually had no extra guides to position where the height of letters are which is why it looks so wonky)
Yes I get that the fullwidth letters are smaller than the regular but I wanted it to be different.
Also, the 8 downloads was from me testing.
And since it for some reason doesn't let me comment, I had to fit the backstory on why this took so long to publish and stuff and all in the description.
And also, the letters with accents might look different than the regular because I didn't know how to copy paste when I first made this.
And lastly, I get that the accents in the "Latin extended additional" are misplaced but i'm lazy.
And comment if there is any mistakes and I will fix it.
It's the Nintendo logo which can be seen on the Gameboy, extended. It also features kerning for more accuracy to the original sprite.
This is a recreation of a font used in the Advance Wars series.
Credit goes to Nintendo and Intelligence Systems.
Greek letters by me.
UPDATE (21/1/2021): Added multilingual support.