BiaSachXua - Bìa Sách Xưa - Old Book Covers
If you look at this font, you'll think that this is just some display font with 3-1-brick contrast (actually it is), but this font is special because it is actually used in a lot of old books in Vietnam in the 1980s (for covers), there's a font for this before (in DaFont), but it wasn't popular, so I want to re-popularize the font to the FontStruct community to see the history of Vietnam through font.
Some of the characters on this font will be weird such as the z looks like a small number 2, but it is what it is.
The UPPERCASE height (cap-height) is 16 blocks tall.
The LOWERCASE height (x-height) is 10 blocks tall.
The DESENDER will be (maximum) 5 blocks.
You can find the original font here: https://www.dafont.com/biasachxua.font
The original font have 367 glyphs, I will try to add more alternative glyphs to increase it.
Uppercase: Done (26/26)
Lowercase: Done (26/26)
Numbers: Done (10/10)
UPCOMING: Punctuation and more Latin-based characters
THE FONT IS BEING MADE, IT'S NOT COMPLETED YET.
The design of the KVN-Westgate typeface originated from the concrete lettering on the gates surrounding Ben Thanh Market in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. These gates were constructed when the market underwent renovation in the mid-1900s. Having endured for decades, the lettering on the gates represents both the history of the market and the growth of the city, formerly known as Saigon.
<COMPLETED - NEED SUGGESTIONS & IMPROVEMENTS>
Base height: 8 pixel
X-height: 5 pixel
Descender: 2 pixel
The font from the infamous Pokémon Vietnamese Crystal bootleg.
Includes some invented characters for convenience.