Heavy font for heavy work.
Made for Obscure Process, a zine about weird digital art techniques.
I am very inspired by the movable type used in letterpress. The goal was to make these old typefaces more modern and available for digital use. In order to make the typeface more modern, I added angles instead of slopes, focusing on very large serifs, paired with long, skinny letters. The name of this typeface is very straightforward, it is named Hipster Gutenberg.
The Sega Genesis logotype, with extended character sets! Inspired by Act Select with some personal tweaks and very pixel-friendly.
Initially made for NW & SW European members' languages this typeface has grown over time to include glyphs for most European languages. My friend Ray will be happy to see Welsh and my friend Johneen can write in Maori :)
Thanks to TCWhite I've found the 2E2E point to place my favourite punctuation/symbol correctly.
I've sent this to be rewiewed for Google Fonts. Having done so I'm stuck, I don't know how to proceed there: how can I get people to look at it, comment?!This is a clone of MasterClass 1
AZUL is BLUE in Spanish. I choose the word blue because it always reminds me of ultra bold fonts. But i feel like just "BLUE" looks dumb so i choose "AZUL" instead. Btw blue in Chinese is "lan". Just imagine "LAN" as it's name lol.
Least important stuff :
I got this idea when i was thinking about if I design a poster for a JoJo character. it'd be Kira Yoshikage. And I was like "Gotta need a ULTRA bold font to show he's really danger" Now you know this totally unuseful thing :P
A little more important stuff :
This font is free for all use.
DO NOT PRESS THE B SYMBOL WHEN YOU USE THIS FONT. SERIOUSLY, DO NOT
lqi laugh quietly inside
Recreation of the pixel font from Aikom/Vic Tokai's "The Mafat Conspiracy" (1990) on the NES.
This font contains an almost complete set of hiragana and katakana characters. In the game's tileset, the dakuten and handakuten are separate tiles, and positioned in the line above the character they relate to. In this recreation, these characters are pre-combined into a single glyph.
Apart from these, only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.
This is a font I made that's inspired by the minuscule form of the insular script used by the Anglo-Saxons in Medieval England. It includes the special medieval characters "æ" (ash), "þ" (thorn), "ð" (Eth) and "ƿ" (Wynn) as the letter "w". Happy typing! :D
Future Retro is a geometric typeface that has an implied roundness. The shape and contrast within each letter invokes a retro and a futuristic feeling at the same time. Future Retro is a sans serif display typeface with clear readability. Future Retro is great for large scale type in posters, signage, merchandise, headlines, titles, etc.
"NN Serif Roman" is a normal-weight font designed for body-text and titling in the Nwehu Nuswei language.
ABOUT NWEHU NUSWEI
Nwehu Nuswei (in IPA: [nwɛ'hə nə'swɛj]) is an artificial language for human discourse in speech, writing, and digital communication. It is not based on any existing human language, but makes use of human language "universals" whenever practicable to make it as easy as possible for all people to learn and use it. The language has been under development since 1976 as an intellectual exercise. The Website is at http://LarryKrieg.name/NN/
Because the word-structure is strictly Consonant-Vowel-Consonant-Vowel, each glyph represents either a consonant or a vowel, depending on its position in a word. There are 16 consonant sounds and 16 vocalic sound-combinations, hence 16 graphemes. Upper- and lower-case variants of each grapheme are offered in this font, giving 32 "letter" glyphs, plus 16 numeric glyphs (zero through fifteen), plus 9 punctuation marks that are not shared with Latin character-sets.
For ease in typing, NN glyphs are assigned to the closest corresponding Latin characters by sound. Glyphs representing vocalic sound combinations are assigned to accented vowels, so it is necessary to use a keyboard that makes accented Latin vowels available. The easiest on the basic standard computer keyboard is "US-international". This makes it possible to produce NN letters simply by typing Latin letters and formatting with an NN font.
Taken from the story screens from Capcom's 1989 arcade brawler Final Fight. (Interestingly, this font can also be found in the tile set from the Street Fighter 2 arcade game). Accented letters are completely custom.