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An experimental font "antipode". The opposition lies in the fact that in one font there are rounded strokes and pixels. Some letters and characters are completely rounded, some are pixelated, and some have both rounded and pixel elements
52 characters for the basic Latin set, 10 numerals, 36 punctuation characters, 66 characters for the Russian language set
Please let me know what do you think :)
I started off trying to do my own geometric font in the same sort of style as United Sans, and before I knew it, it had gone all futuristic. Or, 'what 80s Japan thought now would be like', at least. Still, I liked the direction it was going, so I ran with it.
It's a fair bit larger than my other fonts. Maybe it'll now display decently in my Photoshop.
A bold variant of Derpberd, again made to have a constant height in order to be suitable for pixel comics. Most of the character widths are unchanged, but some (like m and w) had to become 1px wider for the bold style to work.
08 Feb 2018: version 1.0 declared finished. I'm not sure where else I can take this one without breaking the "constant height" rule. Perhaps I'll clone it and make a version with an extended character set, but only if people ask. :^)This is a clone of Derpberd
The 3x6 pixel font from the Virtual Gremlin, an old game of mine. A few letters are allowed to break the resolution constraint.
Just a simple pixel font I created for use in pixel webcomics. It has a constant height which makes it good for use in titlebars and the like.
The 5x5 pixel font used for the Virtual Gremlin, an old game I wrote. The original font had only Basic Latin, but this version of the font adds some Extended Latin support.
Eurostile/Verdana inspired font. Hopefully I did good, some of these were very hard to get right (particularly g, s, and many of the supplemental symbols).
Dehumanised is a typeface drawn forth from the deepest parts of a mind challenged by illness and intrusive thoughts. It hopes to create an avenue of expression through its bold, sans-serif design combined with a strong theme of slashing and debris. It was informed by the illustrative manifestation of anxious, angry thoughts cutting through simple day to day life and new ways to combine different versions of destruction into a dystopic yet coherent typeface.
Gloria is inspired by 1930's architecture. The theme for this idea is ‘destructive'. I looked at the exterior of buildings and the disappearance and destruction of 1930's architecture and the art deco era and style. The font is a combinination of curves and straight edges which expresses the style of architecture from that time. The detail on the letters will look better at a larger scale so it would be best for display. Anyone wanting to convey a period time or the art deco movement this is the font for you.
Desk bound is inspired by the shape of paperclips. The theme for this idea is ‘systematic’, my initial interpretation of this was something heavy and solid, to represent machinery/construction, based on industrial systems. The idea behind the paperclips comes from the notion that every ‘system’, in a broader sense of the word, requires careful planning and organisation. The physical form of the letters is intended to appear both soft and geometric, making use of the rounded rectangular shape of the paperclips to communicate this and remain consistent, reflecting back on the original ‘systematic’ theme whilst looking lighthearted and playful.
This font is designed for people with dyslexia
The similarities between letters are reduced so that people with dyslexia could read the text easily
(Version 1.0) I came up with the idea when testing stuff in the editor. Currently only uppercase. Tell me about anything that I should improve!
How to use:
Each letter is mapped based on KSX 5002 keyboard, which is the most common way to type korean. It is modified so that it can distinguish between jongseong(under) letters and choseong(upper) letters. Here is how it is mapped:
( [a,b] [a,b,c] a:original key b:mapped letter c:shifted letter )
( "ㅂ":Choseong ㅂ "_ㅂ":Jongseong ㅂ )
[1,_ㅂ] [2,_ㅈ] [3,_ㄷ] [4,_ㄱ,_ㄲ] [5,_ㅅ,_ㅆ]
[q,ㅂ,ㅃ] [w,ㅈ,ㅉ] [e,ㄷ,ㄸ] [r,ㄱ,ㄲ] [t,ㅅ,ㅆ] [y,ㅛ] [u,ㅕ] [i,ㅑ] [o,ㅐ,ㅒ] [p,ㅔ,ㅖ]
[a,ㅁ,_ㅁ] [s,ㄴ,_ㄴ] [d,ㅇ,_ㅇ] [f,ㄹ,_ㄹ] [g,ㅎ,_ㅎ] [h,ㅗ] [j,ㅓ] [k,ㅏ] [l,ㅣ]
[z,ㅋ,_ㅋ] [x,ㅌ,_ㅌ] [c,ㅊ,_ㅊ] [v,ㅍ,_ㅍ] [b,ㅠ] [n,ㅜ] [m,ㅡ]
So basically how it mapped is:
1. Everything except for jongseong letters is mapped the same
2. Jongseong letters are mapped in shifted key, except for ㅂ, ㅈ, ㄷ, ㄱ, ㅅ which already has shifted key (double letters). jongseong letters of ㅂ, ㅈ, ㄷ, ㄱ, ㅅ are mapped in 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and ㄲ, ㅆ's are mapped in $, %.
Spacing Modifier Letters
Combining Accent Marks
Greek and Coptic
Its not finished yet...
Will release the first open-source variation for everyone to expirement at 4000 glyphs.