Legenda Descritiva da Fonte Tipográfica:
Nome da Fonte: Pixel TEC
Descrição: Uma fonte tipográfica baseada no estilo píxel, caracterizada por letras com 4 píxeis de largura, remetendo ao design utilizado em jogos antigos, Minecraft e pixel art
Estilo: Pixel, inspirado em jogos retrô e estética pixel art.
Finalidade: Ideal para uso em ambientes que evocam a estética pixelada, como jogos, interfaces de usuário e projetos relacionados a Minecraft e pixel art.
Inspirado por: Jogos antigos, pixel art e o universo criativo de Minecraft.
Ano de lançamento: 2023
Observações Adicionais: Alguns caracteres podem ter serifa em sua estética, mas sempre de forma suavizada.This is a clone
Note: This project was discontinued.
You can clone this fontstruct and finish the rest of the glyphs as you wish.
This project has been abandoned for a long time, and only until now that I realized I should make these projects public as I no longer work on it anyway.
A 24×14px block monospaced font, heavily inspired by a mix of Microsoft's Consolas and Cascadia font. Another one of my bitmap font experiments.
NOTE: This project was previously privated and has already been done a long time ago.
I'm only making this project public and open-source it to clean out my dumpster of (complete, incomplete and discontinued) privated fonts.
(Side note: It's so nostalgic looking back at this project that I started more than a year ago. Gosh, reminds me of how bad I used to draw bold pixel fonts like this one. Please don't actually use this though, I swear it looks so bad when you try the font out.)
A bold matrix font, inspired by Helvetica and MS Sans Serif. Also can be known as my Pixel-Optimzed version of Helvetica Bold.
Ever seen the classic Minecraft font in languages like Russian, Greek, Polish, Vietnamese ... ?
It’s possible by downloading this font.
Ever seen the Undertale/Deltarune font in languages like Russian, Greek, Polish, Vietnamese ... ?
It's possible by downloading this font.
Gimmick font. Weirdly, Google Fonts Basic compatible.
Themed around a "black hole" in the center of each letter that deletes pixels in the same row and column that are in lines that are perpendicular to it, or replacing those lines.
Hi there! This is my first attempt at a pixel font, so don't expect much
This font currently supports:
Greek And Coptic
Phonetic Extensions (Unfinished)
Latin Extended-C (Unfinished)
Latin Extended-D (Unfinished)
Private Use Area (Unfinished)
(sorry if i couldn't make combining diacritical marks lmao)
More Coming Soon!!!
Might update this every 2 or 3 days!!
Hello everyone! This is a font based off of the Casio fx-ES Series Calculator text. I also included Hiragana and Katakana, though they're difficult. Cyrillic is slightly harder, but easy. Alternates are in Private Use Area!
Pixel art font by @martared.art
NOTE: Click "TrueType Font" when downloading!
Recreation of the font used in the text boxes in Super Mario World. Monospaced version.
I think this one of my best fonts yet. Comment if you ever want more of this good stuff!
Ashlander Pixel is a pixelated version of "Goudy Medieval". Born out of a deep love for Bethesdas "The Elder Scrolls"-series and typography this font not only supports the latin, greek and cyrillic alphabet, but also contains a variety of special symbols related to The Elder Scrolls.
I suggest using the ttf-format for now as the spacing in the otf-format is for some reason totally off. I optimized this font using InDesign, therefore the kerning in some other programs might not work as intended.
I am happy to hear feedback on this font and any issues you might encounter.
May the Nine be with you.
This is a pixelated version of the Lucida Console font, with each character having a dimension of 8x13 pixels. It is used in the infamous Blue Screen of Death from Windows XP, Vista, and 7.
The RomByte font when displayed on a matrix display in real life.
Comes with the feature that when you look far away / when the font is small, you don't notice the small gaps. However, when you up look closely, you can spot the tiny gaps between the pixels.
Can be used as a grey-colored version of RomByte if displayed correctly.This is a clone of RomByte