Published: 2nd June, 2014
Last edited: 28th January, 2016
Created: 15th March, 2014
A pixel font. Currently has all of Basic Latin, More Latin, Extended Latin A & B, Greek and Coptic, Cyrillic and Hebrew.
Published: 6th April, 2013
Last edited: 6th April, 2013
Created: 6th April, 2013
A pretty much full set with a lot of the additional latin charachters. I love Deco Style so I tried to model it after some other fonts I had seen. Let me know what you think.
Published: 3rd April, 2013
Last edited: 4th April, 2013
Created: 3rd April, 2013
At 24 pixels by 24 pixels, you can have a strange-looking square font that fills the void in your heart. You know, the one that was left when a certain gratuitously-violent time-themed action TV show was canceled. This font fills not only your heart, but also several blocks of Extended Latin, for writing out the languages that aren't American. Need to correctly write the name of the Polish official who is doing dirty deeds in your fan fiction, and the long name of the Icelandic villain he's collaborating with? Has the hero fled from captivity and wound up in Vietnam, and you need to write authentic Vietnamese? Are you making a text-based game that needs square characters and don't care if they look silly? The International Phonetic Alphabet block is not supported, but you don't need International anything. America. SlackBauer.This is a clone of Mandrill
Published: 31st December, 2012
Last edited: 17th May, 2014
Created: 31st December, 2012
My best pixel font so far. Made to be legible, solid, and readable, not stylish. I know lowercase cyrillics look weird, but WHAAATEVER.
Published: 7th January, 2012
Last edited: 26th June, 2014
Created: 6th January, 2012
I needed to do something simple. It’s inspired by the Iron Man movie logo (I got curious after seeing this font).
Published: 31st December, 2011
Last edited: 25th September, 2016
Created: 31st December, 2009
Here’s Noptical as it was meant to be. Two years in the making, still an ugly font!
But look: better spacing, 1333 glyphs, all latin variants you could wish for (including Vietnamese), Greek, Cyrillic, Braille, Yijing hexagrams, the not yet Unicode-encoded Rouble sign, interrobang (after a design by Adien Gunarta), even a tombstone!This is a clone of Noptical
Published: 5th September, 2011
Last edited: 7th September, 2011
Created: 8th August, 2011
Still a work in progress.
Inspired by my Roland MC-202.
The name of the machine is written with just 5 "bricks". I replicated here the logo, plus all the alphabet, lowercase included, some additional Latin (needs some work) and Cyrillic (almost complete).
There are a lot of incongruencies all around and I'm still working on them, but I needed to share this font.
Published: 10th July, 2011
Last edited: 18th April, 2012
Created: 26th June, 2011
A retro sans-serif font -- my first FontStruct. A work in progress (ASCII is done; I'll be adding more accented letters and Unicode characters later). Greek and Cyrillic alphabets started but not yet finished.
Published: 20th April, 2010
Last edited: 29th August, 2010
Created: 14th August, 2009
-Right alt + number for the superscript numbers
-The percent sign shows the a/b sign
-Use the no-break-space or fi/fl ligatures to fix any nonalignment caused by the narrower characters (i, j, etc..).This is a clone
Published: 16th February, 2010
Last edited: 16th March, 2010
Created: 14th February, 2010
I began this fontstruction as a challenge to create a seriffed pixel font with grid characteristics similar to iSlab’s 8 pt setting (bearing an x-height of four pixels). This inspiration began with similar shapes and roots as its predecessor, but evolved from there once it quickly became clear that those shapes really could not be reproduced with strict pixels.
Then I went on a bender creating the katakana and hiragana character set.
Then I went crazy with filters and single brick substitution.
Published: 5th February, 2010
Last edited: 8th February, 2010
Created: 4th February, 2010
All Caps Bordoni inspired.
Clone of Open Text Rounded.
Extended Latin.This is a clone of Open Text Rounded
Published: 6th December, 2009
Last edited: 29th May, 2010
Created: 5th December, 2009
What started as an experiment to reduce at the most the caps of Noptical, ended up with a Bauhaus-esque lower case (I find the "e" especially cute)This is a clone of Noptical
Published: 28th November, 2009
Last edited: 16th October, 2011
Created: 27th November, 2009
An ongoing try to use curves' radius as big as possible compared to the size of the letters. Alas, obviously without any optical correction whatsoever.
Using a near square grid obviously led to a Microgramma-like appearance.This is a clone of Noptical
Published: 27th October, 2009
Last edited: 26th May, 2010
Created: 27th October, 2009
A try to use curves' radius as big as possible compared to the size of the letters. Alas, obviously without any optical correction whatsoever.
There are some alternate characters too.
A more coherent version is Noptical (neé "Noptical short")This is a clone