Published: 8th August, 2008
Last edited: 16th June, 2009
Created: 7th August, 2008
Inspired by the GameBoy game "Zelda: Link's Awakening", this pixelfont not only features the original's excellent italic style but also improves upon the already extraordinarily wide character selection by including even the "Extended Latin A" Characters.
Published: 26th October, 2011
Last edited: 7th January, 2013
Created: 30th June, 2011
CHIP Serif Bold Italic
CHIP is a pixel font family based on 8/16 bit video-games typographyThis is a clone of CHIP SB
Published: 15th October, 2011
Last edited: 23rd October, 2011
Created: 10th October, 2011
Super pixel font based on Adobe Garamond Italic. An experimental project. Work in progress. Best at pixel view. (SP for Super Pixel)
Published: 22nd February, 2009
Last edited: 22nd June, 2009
Created: 19th February, 2009
An italic dot matrix font, using just one shape on a 13 high grid. (Based originally on Arno Italic)
Funky and Fresh
Published: 3rd August, 2012
Last edited: 6th August, 2012
Created: 16th July, 2012
A typeface that evolved from my entry for FontOut 4. Tech, italic, awesome.
First experiment with my beloved katakana, it means that I may have caused some technical mistakes here and there, but overall I'm happy with the result. Katakana matches futuristic style a lot and provides many ways to play with letters.
I'm really proud of this one, it was a pretty huge challenge, because I started building on a very small grid. Making a oblique, techno font (using 4x1 composites), with decent spacing and rich character set could be painful even in high resolution. Although sometimes I, or FontStructor did not keep pace (see the Yen symbol). Gosh, why there are no
There's a tiny "K Graveyard" in Extended Latin A, somewhere around K-like characters, there's also a different version of nine. Please take a look there and tell me if one of these K's is better than K that I decided to use. Any other suggestions are very, very welcome.
Published: 20th January, 2010
Last edited: 4th April, 2019
Created: 17th January, 2010
Warning: Work in progress. I'm just putting it up because it finally has a complete lowercase alphabet & so is actually usable in limited cases.
The goal with this project is to create a humanist italic close to a Caslon, but within Fontstruct limitations. The x-height here is actually quite small: 6 blocks tall.
This one seems to stand small point sizes surprisingly well. At larger sizes, it begins to look jagged but that's actually kind of nice. Of course kerning is all over the place. Not to mention the lack of capitals, punctuation, etc. There will be changes. Use with caution.