THIS FONT WAS IN A STYLE THAT I ACTUALLY FOUND PRETTY HARD TO ACCOMPLISH. BUT AS SOON AS I DIDN’T CARE ABOUT ADHERING TO MY STRICT CONSISTENCY, I GOT IT DONE QUICK AS.
https://www.fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/1619533/franklin-100This is a clone of Generic Alien Script 5 - Latin Version
Semiserif semispur minimalism.
This design uses a few novel glyph-shapes and techniques to achieve its look. Most notable of these is the serifed a which lets the serif protrude to the right. I avoid this feature in almost all designs, especially pixel fonts, because it adds an unnecessary 1px of spacing - but for this font, the feature can be included without changing anything for the worse. Many other glyphs have this same sort of protruding serif/spur, and the slanted geometry of the serifs/spurs affords them a look that "retreats" from neighboring glyphs, rather than seeming to protrude into them.
CAPITAL LETTERS HAVE A WHITE STRIKETHROUGH. LOWERCASE LETTERS ARE COMPLETE.
ALSO SEE THE THREE-DIMENSIONAL VERSION OF THIS FONT, “PARADOXICAL-VORTEX.”This is a clone of PARADOXICAL-VORTEX
Clone of Font Pixel – a pixel variant of Trade Gothic.
This is the Oblique version of Font Pixel, as Trade Gothic lacks a true italic. The illusion of creating incline out of vertically stacked pixels was mastered by Underware for their typeface Unibody Italic and this heavily influenced Font Pixel OB... Enjoy!
If you do decide to download Font Pixel OB, we'd be chuffed if you emailed us images of it in use, thanks.This is a clone of Font Pixel
Italic Dynamite! It's so slanted that using this font and turning italics on does nothing to change its appearance. My software doesn't know how to slant it further! It also gives me a mild sense of perspective or vertigo depending on how I look at it...
Has science gone too far?