THIS FONT IS A COPY OF "FORMAL ROMAN"
I want to try to expand this font so it can have more characters and supports more varieties of languages
- Latin Extended-A
- Added more letters and symbols in More Latin
If there are any mistakes, please inform me, and I will fix it asapThis is a clone
Renaissance-style Italic font, with straight capitals & old style numerals. The lower case letters are designed within a dot matrix, albeit slanted; with the uppercase letters I have deviated from this, in order to create well-proportioned Roman capitals.
Some minor modifications to the great work of Lex Kominek. A mirrors V, top bar of E & F is smaller, some serifs are smaller, C & G are wider, as are H & N in upper case, etcetera.This is a clone
Translator needed to get SH, ZH, CH, and TH characters:
Added some new Characters for vowels, Silent Ts and Rolled Rs.
Or if you want to use an imperial font on ACTUAL IMPERIAL go here:
https://lingojam.com/ENGLISHTOIMPERIAL%28ROMTE%29This is a clone of Formal Roman
Pax Romana is a Roman inspired font with wedge-like upper and lower terminals and sharp serifs. Inspiration also comes from a new font called Prospectus by Dave Bailey.
A friend wanted "cartoonish Roman-style text" and so I created this. It's pretty rough, but that's what was desired, so it's not changing.
Version 1.2: Made "1" look cooler.
By request, avantgarde Roman text in 3x3. Made for a friend's musical project!
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 verbose and is something of a colossus among pixel fonts.
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.