A fusion between Roman-style text and pixel art - the sort of font that might have existed in old 80s font software. It's fairly wide and something of a colossus among pixel fonts, hence the name "Verbossus".
This is kerned, but not entirely. I plan for more language support so I don't yet know the entire list of combinations that will need kerning.
In publishing this I've now shared over 30,000 glyphs!
Original size: 13pt (use multiples of this value for pixel perfection)
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...
Pixelated or 8-bit version of the Times New Roman font. Alphanumeric, basic punctuation, and basic accented Latin are included. Foreign currency glyphs; Polish, Spanish, French, and Māori characters; and the (Russian) Cyrillic alphabet have been added.