If you can read it, you are intelligent. Save visual space. Use the future's font now and be coolThis is a clone
Save visual space. Use the future font fontelligent now and be cool. If you can read it you are very intelligentThis is a clone of fontelligent 2
A display typeface based upon some physical type I made from dark food colouring etched into sugar syrup - this is the second part in which the food dye has bled into the sugar syrup much more. This was to represent the brief theme I picked of 'unstable', hence why all the characters are completely induvidual in size and shape. I have also published a first version of this type before the dye bled into the syrup.
This is yet another fornt made for the game that I amw roking on. this too has a very string emphasis on legibility
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.
A sequel of sorts to my original Revised Latin. This is more similar to handwriting (despite its pixelated feel) and has more characters than the previous. Again, same rules apply as to the old font.
There is also 'ch' and 'ee' glyphs, accessed by using 'C' and 'E' respectively, and also a repeated-repeated letter glyph, accessible by using 'Y', in the context of, for example, "yesXYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY!"