Designed to mimic the Medieval Era and the Fountain Pen while forming a clear, concise, and modernized font. Very Twisty, and looks like a witch's handwriting. This one of many new fonts to come.
A faithful recreation of a scripty cursive monospace typeface from an old VGA Text Mode font ROM. Special characters beyond regular ASCII were left unmodified, so they are not included.
Hello! This is my first font, I'm updating it a lot. If you use this font for something, please give me credit, this took a while, although it's not too well made. So far, you can use any letter from the english alphabet, including punctuation, and you can also use unicode symbols. Not all unicode symbols work yet, just remember that. But, I am finished with zodiac signs.
A wonky, handwriting-y, pixel-imperfect monospace font. Started out as an attempt to make a monospaced version of Brandenburg; slowly turned into something else entirely…
Heathcliff Helvetica is a similar match between Helvetica and Neue Haas Grotesk. Same similar style than Helvetica, but a different trait than Morita Casual 2.This is a clone of Heathcliff Helvetica
Heathcliff Helvetica is a similar match between Helvetica and Neue Haas Grotesk. Same similar style than Helvetica, but a different trait than Morita Casual 2.
Morita Casual 2 is the second installment of the now Morita Casual series. The second version of Morita Casual also identifies the handwriting made entirely by Kazuhito Morita, a sibling of Jōkichi Morita. This font pack was later reissued and installed to the public and media by January 25th, 2003.
Morita Casual is a perplexive, handwritten font that was once published through other MS-DOS games, but did not obtain an example of "Ready to Read with Pooh", since it is not yet still restored by the DOS system. Morita Casual may refer to Jōkichi or Kazuhito Morita's handwriting, but it cannot be reflected to Tolman, which is from Berkeley Softworks (1985), containing the GEOS FontPack 1 (C64 version). No similarities within this font is questioned.
This font was based on the theme “Hope”. It was inspired by spray painted protests and the textures and inconsistency of hand-painted placards. Seeing people standing together, holding their placards high created a sense of hope that change and reforms could be made to create a more just and equal society.This is a clone
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here you go
1226 characters for your displesure, it has georgian armenian cyrilic greek coptic and more latin then you will ever need
A mimic of someone using a (rather gritty) graphite pencil in a pixel world.
It's for a handwritten note in some sort of pixel game, (I am making one) so I won't allow the use of this font in commercial environments.
(To perhaps preserve the originality of the font)
This was my first fontstruct ever! Challenging but fun, It gives the impression of handwritten letters. I wanted to shy away from boxy letters, and came up with this!
Formerly known as Cricket Pie, this font offers a fancy handwirtten, high-res, variable width style for new-style adventure and role-playing games. Not only just that, it might be useful for writing documents and taking notes! Original fonts by ©Square Enix Co., Ltd./Nintendo. Hiragana and Katakana fonts are coming soon!
Work in progress
A cursive handwriting inspired style work.
Its a medium size faux-Bezier (fake curve) style approach with somewhat rough shaped outlines. I am having a serious hard time comming up with a uppercase set. Publishing it in this early stage I kind of hope to get some suggestions that might refreh my perspective on it.
Therefor I am curious about what you guys think so far...
Just a fun little project, will not expect any updates other than bug fixes.
0.90 - Added question and exlamation marks.
A cursive pixel font.
Series title: Minerva
Type: Cursive Script
Properties: Bold & Italic, 5.7pt
Currently Available in:English and Dutch, Welsh, Irish, Scots Gaelic, Italian, French, Albanian, Spanish, Portuguese, German, Hungarian, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian, Faroese, Icelandic, Greek, Belarussian (Latin and Cyrillic), Bosnian (Latin and Cyrillic), and Russian.
Soon to be available in:Polish, Czech, Slovak, Croatian, Finnish, Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Esperanto (potentially), Turkish, Vietnamese (Latin).
Possible future additions: Hebrew, Arabic, Persian (Farsi), Hindi.
This is the writing of the maþla (mathla) language I created. It is spoken by gods and contains magic.
The phonetics and lexems are based on a mixture of Proto-Germanic, Old Norse and my fantasy. It has 26 vowels and doesn't have any b, d or g sounds.
THIS IS MY FIRST TIME CREATING FONT.
IF IT DON´T LOOK GOOD OR ANYTHING ELSE, PLEASE FORGIVE ME, I´M BEGINER.