UPDATE 07 Oct 17: In February something happened to the font, re-arranging every single brick to somewhere else. I just now got around to fixing it.
Parentheses can be used as caps for the beginnings and ends of sentences.
This typeface was concevied two years ago and later shelved. Thought that it was still worth finishing so here it is. It's another take on the square dot matrix style that I did with the MinSha typeface back in 2010.
This is an unfinished version of the font. Right now only the first two categories of glyphs are finished. Planning on doing all glyphs possible on here, right now only 210 have been finished.
All characters have been created in a nice 5x10 font (5 horizontal), with there be 5 extra pixels for any underlying stuff. Everything is also in Monospaced, as far as I know.
An awkward name perhaps, for an odd little, simple version of an "LED Screen-slash-Scoreboard-Style Capitals Only" font... (I plan on adding the Extended ASCII, Soon™)
Years ago, I contacted the author of a similar-styled font, to ask specifically for Commercial Use of his font, that looked somewhat like this one (I have been using it "Officially" at my Blog since then).
Today, I found Fontstruct and thought "why don't I make my own version this font, not only for my own use, but for others to possibly use as well?".
And so, here is an 'LED Screen' or 'Dot Matrix' style font (also usable as a 'Pixel style' font) - with punctuation and a couple of 'accents' - but capitals only, as traditional LED Screens or Scoreboards ("Score Screens") would have used; made for you, on this wonderful, easy-to-use interface, Fontstruct.
I plan on making many more, including finishing those I started on my own in other font-creation applications!
I am 'Troy from The Game Tips And More Blog', by the way, heh
Feel free to Comment below (Suggestions, Questions, And More) or contact me via e-mail, at:
You are free to utilize this font for ANY purpose whatsoever, including Commercial Use and Monetization of any kind, Royalty-Free; the only condition being that you mention my name somewhere, anywhere, during use of this font.
This typeface represents the theme of introversion. It was inspired by the idea of someone being hidden in some way, slightly removed from immediate view. I wanted to make sure not to aid in further enforcing the negative associations that go alongside the idea of introversion, so the typeface is in all capitals, to signify a bold personality being only slightly obscured from sight, in relation to an introvert’s aversion to social interactions.
Priceless is a font primarily based on the changes that technology has on the way that society spends money. Noticibaly, the 21st century the world around us has accelerated and revolutionised the methods that we use to pay. It has become incredibly easy to spend money with the click of a button. This has resulted in the use of cash slowly diminish and it is believed that one day in the future, cash will be completely removed from the way people give and recieve capital.