A font that represents what the future looked like through the eyes of the past. Presenting sharp features that seem to be extraterrestrial symbols, this font is perfect for not just Sci-fi and video game lovers, but for those who want a bold and striking font to make their work bring awe and nostalgia to their audience.
The font is from primitives, while it is more complicated than it seems. The forms are inspired, among other things, by the graphics of Yves Saint Laurent patterns and sharp shapes (resembling a beak), and the name refers to a bird - magpie - which we consider to be a symbol of greed and greed for shiny jewelry (this is typical of these birds, probably a reflex for searching for prey) .
Шрифт из примитивов, при этом он сложнее, чем кажется. Формы вдохновлены в том числе графикой паттернов Ив Сен Лоран и острых форм(напоминающих клюв), а название отсылает к птице - сороке - которая у нас считается символом жадности и падкости на блестящие украшения (это свойственно этим птицам, вероятно, рефлекс для поисков добычи).
Blackletter, as small as possible, as elegant as possible.
Fun fact: The name Minotur came from the shortening of "minimal textur".
A clone of the highly popular pixel font "HaxrCorp 4088" with some support for Cyrillic letters (still working on them). I'm considering working on other letters as well. P.S. I remember seeing an extended mod of HaxrCorp 4088/S8 somewhere on the Web (downloadable on a personal website as an original Unicode-wide extension to the classic HaxrCorp 4088) and it had vast support for more letters. If you find it, do let me know! P.P.S. Suggestions to improve it are appreciated! Mods are allowed - just cite me, provide a link to this page and also distribute it under the same license. Have fun using and modding it! P.P.P.S. See also "PIXELA CYR" by sanyapolecat on FontStruct - a great addition to this font, the Cyrillic glyphs of which I might integrate as a substitute to the Cyrillic letters of this font (HaxrCorp 4089). Until then, I'll be experimenting with the Cyrillic glyphs myself until I find suitable versions that go well with the Latin base of HaxrCorp 4088. :)