A font designed for small sizes. Blockle is my most readable text font yet.
This font atempts to represent letters that look like what is called the "God's Eye" yarn project for children, which has to do with winding colorful yarn around two crossed sticks. I've decided to double the size so that the X and T have the same internal dimensions.
A general 2D endeme construction font designed to turn text into endemes, where the letters of each endeme are placed in each rectangle. With symbols used mostly for drawing within the grid.This is a clone of WordBuilder
This is a basic font for building words, each letter is one block made of a 3x5 composite, somtimes with stacking. Wish this were not a clone, since it is a root clonable from which clones can be made. Some letters need nudging when building words: Nudge left: filt, Nudge right: mvw. The numbers need to be nudged down. The lower case letters are designed to not touch either the top or the bottom of the edge of the brick (except the g).This is a clone of Dungeoneer
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?
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'.
It's Monday, so I really didn't want to work too hard on this one.
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.
I went and mangled Spelunker by Zephram. I am messing with the shapes of the spaces between the letters. The name of the font indicates that most of the letters are wearing bell bottoms.This is a clone of Spelunker
I have changed the name. It looks sort of piratey and sort of painted. It looks sort of like letters painted upon a piece of cloth - a pirate flag. The letters look a little choppy and drawn as if drawn on fabric. Uses the new half-arcs.
Each letter has a width inverse to its frequency in English.
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
I built this to have the least possible padding at the top of a button.This is a clone of Friendly Geek
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).
Based on ideas by zephram and Se7enty-Se7en, taking it one level deeper.This is a clone of Amalgarmada
The 8/6 block thick versionThis is a clone of Friendly Geek Semibold
This is the 7/6 block version. I've been liking this weight for programming at size 8.
- Upper case
- Table cells
Not Good for...
- Normal Text
Sometimes Good, Sometimes not...
- For each display screen size, one or two weights work well
I have changed the 'h' and the '+' to work better for programming. Changed the 'F' to make it more clearly different from the 'f'. Before it was looking a little bit like lower case somehow.This is a clone of Friendly Geek