Big Brother is watching you. Or maybe space aliens?
Each letter has a width inverse to its frequency in English.
In the future we will have metadata attached to each letter. Metadata will also indicate the ordinal letter order of each word. And wrapping will start lines with the space rather than today where the space is on the end of the previous line.
From top to bottom, I have included a 'future' letter category, Morse code, the letter and some letter width data, unicode bits, and the letter beginning along with case.
I was trying to make a very narrow font that doesn't look just like a set of parallel sticks when used. I was inspired by Raranga by Aeolien, Log Beach by elw123 and Ladedan by zephram.
The idea is to read other alphabets as if they were Roman.This is a clone of CheckovsFun
This started out as an attempt to make a Courier with vertical as well as horizontal serifs. Why do so many of my fonts look like a pirate made them?
The 8/6 block thick versionThis is a clone of Friendly Geek Semibold
Chain stands for chain mail. I play RPGs and chain is a kind of armor. Heavy means that it is tightly interwoven.This is a clone
Continuing my experimentation with diagonals. My goal was to make a font without vertical stems. English has 13 capital letters with vertical stems (B,D,E,F,H,I,K,L,M,N,P,R&T). Diagonia has 4 (I,M,T&W).
Inspired by formal wear and black letter
Another attempt to make a readable font narrower than Arial Narrow. I am basing the letters on ovals now, to try to make them easier for my eyes to deal with at small sizes.This is a clone of Urial
I keep experimenting with crosses to make a 'Christian' font. This is my third or fourth attempt. The letters are nicely shaped but they don't seem bold enough. Make them bolder and they would have all sorts of interesting irregularities. I also might try serifs. I like the serifs on the 'I'.