7 segment display. Mostly useful for numbers, but I included a few letters just in case. Some letters (like m) I couldn't do, so not all letters are there. I may make a 12 segment display or something like that in the future for letters.
The year is 2020. Oni is still making futuristic-y fonts. I was told there'd be flying cars. The future lied to me.
Contains support for:
All modern European Latin langauges (Full Latin-A character set), Cyrillic languages (Russian/Serbo-Croat/Bulgarian/Macedoian/Ukranian/Belarussian), Greek
"There is no spoon."
A remake of an older font of mine.
I think it looks better now.
Finally done. Phew! It took two days to make this. This is a full collection of 5×7 Dot Matrix characters as seen on many devices, like Texas Instruments calculators. A lot of these are custom. Sources include TI-83, TI-86, TI-89, Casio Monochrome Graphing Calculators, Casio fx-115ES PLUS, and the rest, I created them myself. I included fractions for those themes on Microsoft Office don't have matching "1/3" and other fractions with the "1/4", "1/2", and "3/4". The fullwidth characters are substitutes for the other characters in the regular style, such as the math "x" and "y" from Casio.
Please note that character sets like Arabic and some Math Operators are beyond 5×7 pixels. If you want to know why? Because Arabic is very big and if I put it all in 5×7 pixels, the text will look weird, won't really fit inside, and there would be no point to it. I left it as is. Roman Numerals cannot fit if you were doing the "VIII" character, for example.
8/28/2019: Font created.
1/7/2020: Added characters in the following form: Fullwidth and Halfwidth are used for making TI-73 Explorer characters, plus actual monospace setting characters. Note that Runic, Tagalog, and Hanunoo are replaced with character variants. The last variation of a character is from Minecraft's font. The fractions are also changed to level the line spacing. The wide "M" is never ever for use on Monospacing.
1/8/2020: More variations are added, extended to replace Buhid. I also added other math symbols and more. To type x̄, press unicode shortcut and type 01b2. To type ȳ, press unicode shortcut and type 01b3. I also added over a hundred, or two hundred, more characters to stock up on the font. Oh and I changed the filters to separate the pixels for a more pixel and retro look. Also fixed the spacing on the "Щ" character.
https://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/220088/heartbreakerThis is a clone of Donburi Thin
Being my first creation, this is a simple font of clock-like, digital characters. I made this font because I couldn't use all the other digital-like fonts I've found for commercial use, so I figured I'd just make my own! (And since I wouldn't say it's too good of a font, I've set a simple license.)
Some were a little tougher and don't technically follow the rules a digital clock would, but it's much better than them making little to no sense.
I may end up remaking this font with it being more high-quality and better overall, but I have no serious plans on doing that just yet. (Perhaps I've made a second version as you're reading this and I forgot to remove this part!)
A digital-like pixel font that follows a strict pattern for its designed characters.
The "@" character illustrates the pattern used and is intended to act as a dark background for the lit characters to be displayed on top.
Spider Fangs is a blocky style with some pointy edges and a pinch of digital texture. But be careful, you could get bit and poisoned.
Prévenir is based on repair prevention techniques in our devices - how proprietary screws are locking us out of being able to look inside and fix our things- creatinga physical seal. The idea of the typeface is to take a bitmap font, where the building blocks are easily visible and understandable, made pixel by pixel, and then add a 'seal' by making all the edges curved, obscuring the font making process.
The name 'Prévenir', french for prevention is a play on 'Avenir' a font used by Apple - a company widely known for their repair prevention strategies.
Bold version - Prevenir also exists in regular
Welcome to the Future...
Dramatics aside, QUANTUM is a visual display typeface designed to convey one cyberpunk future out of many.
It is intended to be built as a monospaced font (however, spacing errors occurred, and it is a faux-monospace as a result), made on a 9x10 pixel grid out of a personal fascination with the vision of the cyberpunk future according to the 90s and a desire to capture the "spirit" of the original Sony PlayStation. One of the leading sources of inspiration is the work by The Designers Republic (tDR).
This typeface not only features Latin characters, but also Cyrillic, Greek, and even a few Coptic characters for good measure (in hopes of easing in the old world into the future)
Still, work in progress. USE IT AS YOU LIKE!
(and use it, but please credit me! and improve however you want!)