02 JUL 2022 - added a custom .notdef glyph at U+E000.
'Hellevator' is a font created for a game-jam game of the same name, but I thought that it would be good to make it public!
Object Grotesque is a medium Sans-serif typeface. With its low contrast and modern look, making it perfectly for our branding and headlines. These typeface works well both in larger and smaller sizes and handles tight spacing nicely. This font includes 235 characters.
Laevi is an Ancient Themed Font
Uppercase Letters: normal letters
Lowercase Letters: has some modifications (ß is an exception)
C, E, F, H, K, N, S, and X: has connections upwards
L, N, R, and Z: has connections downwards
G and Q: has a swoosh
O: has a different design
Numbers : normal numbers
< : different design of 0
> : connection upwards 2
$ : connection upwards 4
^ : connection upwards 6
` : connection downwards 9
Inspired by radios' displays.
05 JULY 2022:
Fixed: Q, q, 6
Added: Æ, æ, £, <, >, (, )This is a clone of Digital Radio Display 14 Seg
Inspired by radios' digital segment-displays.
04 JULY 2022
Added U+FFFC (OBJECT REPLACEMENT CHARACTER)
Added U+E000 (.notdef)
Fixed U+FFFD (REPLACEMENT CHARACTER)
I wanted to try my hand at something I've never done before, a connected font. Inspired by, "Stabby - Unreachable".
Chic Cintu is a bold, with opened gaps between each letter form, and ribboned font. Cintu is a spanish word for ribbon.
This is the first public font I made using padding.
A neat little futuristic font I whipped up in about an hour or two. Capital A is the logo. Sorry about the uneven spacing, there really isn't much I can do about that.
This typeface form is adapted from a typical Indonesian street food meatballs, a round shape on typeface describes the shape of meatballs, which are round and always served in a bowl of beef broth. The distinctive taste of the meatballs is so enjoyable that it has always been a favorite food of Indonesian society.
An unconventional way to construct 5x5 pixel-based font using nudging facility to give an effect of distortion. Aaand yes, it's readable at pixel size.
Some letters I couldn't work out how to make, so I left them out. A futuristic little logo I made for fun, but feel free to use it. Just make sure to give credit to me when you do.
Crazy Font with a Digital glitch kind of feel to it.
PLEASE TELL ME IN THE COMMENTS IF YOU ARE GOING TO USE IT COMMERCIALLY.
Obviously this is just a pixelized form, if anyone would like to make a smoothed out version, be my guest, and let me know when you finish!
This is a phonemic alphabet, although it does not account for glottal stops, etc.
[pP] = pig
[bB] = big
[f] = fine
[v] = vine
[F] = thin
[V] = then
[T] = bats
[s] = bass
[z] = is
[t] = ten
[dD] = den
[cC] = witch
[S] = wish
[j] = verge
[Z] = version
[kK] = cot
[gG] = got
[mM] = might
[n] = night
[lL] = gall
[N] = gong
[hH] = hello
[e] - bet
[A] - bait
[o] - bought
[a] - bat
[i] - bit
[O] - boat
[u] - but
[E] - beet
[U] - boot
[r] - burn
[I] - bite
[W] - bear
[R] - bar
[Q] - bow
[w] - bore
This is a code I invented.
Many of the capital letters are redundant to the lowercase equivalent:
To type a standard letter, the keys are:
Some letters or letter combinations can be written as accents over other letters (meaning never use these at the beginning of a word) to save space:
"e" = e; "h" = h; "he" = T; "ly" = L; "n" = n;
"r" = r; "s" = s; "ing" = G; "es" = X;
There are a few special rules:
-the 'r' accent can represent "er" but only at the end of a word
-o + [a,i,or u] can be written as one character:
"ou" = oU; "oa" = oA; "oi" = oI;
-the above rule also applies to "qu", which can be typed as qU;
-if a letter would be doubled, an accent is written under it to save space: "tt" = t`; "oo" = o`; etc.
-if an accent would be doubled, an accent is written under its base letter to save space: "inn" = in~; "bee" = be~; etc.
Only one accent can be below a character and one above. If any conflict, write the word in the most efficient way possible without any conflicts. If there is more than one equally efficient way to write a word, follow these rules:
-"e" has precedence - "ben" would be written beN, not bEn
-if ^ does not solve, just write the first letter as an accent rather than the second - "cans" would be canS, not caNs
-if there is a double [e,r,s,or n], only use ` or ~ to show it: never write "bee" as beE, only be~; never write "knee" as kNeE, only knE`;
if anyoNe finds a word that bReaks tT above RulX, let me know. also, fe~l frE` to cloNe tT font and make a Non-pixelized veRsion of it. if yoU do, let me know!