A font made by request for an author of custom Warhammer 40K modules. This is also in some ways a continuation of ideas present in "Space Wham".
A font made for a friend's board game!
This gives me a strong "film credits" feeling with its high impact and simple geometry.
Trying this style out. The name comes from a monster in the game NetHack.
Experimental doodle. The idea here was to make letters, ascenders/descenders, and diacritics obey the same ratios. The result looks sci-fi and sporty at the same time...
With the increased boldness, this design loses its decolike look in favor of a slightly more sci-fi one.
A lot of broken glyphs had to be fixed for this... I think I got 'em all...This is a clone of Badwolf
Pixel demake of Spelunker. Should be mostly kerned by now...
A font made to have a "carved stone" look the likes of which might be found in some ancient underground temple.
Inspired by the many hours I've spent playing a certain platforming roguelike... >.>
Made by request for an associate. "RADD" stands for "Research And Development Division".
Just a stencil doodle. Seems like it would go well with the Kitchen Sink family.
This is built at roughly 3.5x5, but shrunk with filters to look squareish and to make the line spacing very small.
See also:Guillotine Blade
A decolike boldtype. Based on a design from my game "Seven Candles", particularly the text used on documents and signs at the Lower Netazecan Embassy. The "hallmark" of this design is a sudden increase in line width midline, best seen on glyphs like EFLTZ3<>^.
"Embassy L" is a play on "Imbecile".
This design was previously as "Frenchfry" because Razma's (one of my AI) image recognition classified several letterforms as french fries.
A slightly chimeric sci-fi design with no relation to Space Blam, Space Clam, Space Cram, Space Dam, Space Fam, Space Flam, Space Gram, Space Ham, Space Jam, Space Kazaam, Space Ma'am, Space Pram, Space Ram, Space Sam, Space Slam, Space Spam, Space Tram, or Space Yam.
In making this I attempted to achieve a harmony between angles and curves. You can see it especially well on "B", "3", "8", and "&".
Recent updates: "J" improved, lowered "*" so it wouldn't touch the line above it, added several glyphs.
A small, Italic RC Family design. Makes me think of racing banners and advertisements.
Another free 5x5 pixel font for game developers. This one has a vaguely authoritarian quality thanks to the hard 90° angles.
Looks like a Game Boy font to me!
Definitely a display font since the thin lines disappear at small sizes...
A font made to have an early 16-bit look, kind of like the HUD font from Sonic the Hedgehog games. These glyphs are rounded off for consistency and the lowercase has been narrowed.
A variant of Kitchen Sink Rounded with filter sizes altered so that most letters are enclosed within golden rectangles. This is a squatter and friendlier take on the design - good for header text.
UC cloned to LC to make this easier to use...This is a clone of Kitchen Sink Rounded
Kitchen Sink, sans the rounded counters. This font really is plain-looking when all its embellishments are removed, but sometimes that is what people want.This is a clone of Kitchen Sink
Kitchen Sink, with most curves changed to angles in order to lend the font a heavier weight and a slightly more formal, "industrial" aesthetic.This is a clone of Kitchen Sink Plain
The original Kitchen Sink - a design with rounded counters.
This design is intentionally fairly plain. Check out the Kitchen Sink family to see the others :^)This is a clone of Kitchen Sink Rounded
A rounded sans-serif with rounded counters. That's DOUBLE the roundedness FOR FREE!!!
This family is made to have a high impact. Did it work? :^)
A big hulking Brutalist design.
Original size: 19pt
See also: Solidity
A segmented display inspired by Lorica Segmentata.
I didn't make this to convey the idea of "Space Romans", but I can see how it might be used in such a context. For that I'm envisioning something like a flip-dot display which uses these metal plates. Perhaps in the future I'll get an Arduino and some servos, then set about trying to build such a display...
A design for Perler bead and other fused bead artists.
These letters are designed to use a small(ish) amount of of beads while still being sturdy enough to make into charms, keychains and such. The letters are on a 7x7 grid and require an average of about 44 beads to make.
I recommend filling in the negative spaces with more beads, but if you fuse both sides, these designs should work fine on their own. I'll test some myself and post images eventually...
Original size: 5.25pt
Original size: 4.5pt (use multiples of this value for pixel perfection)
Blacked-out, outlineless version of Hipixel. A bit of spacing was added for readability.This is a clone of Hipixel