THE STORY: A 16x16 pixel font which I designed to facilitate texturing and dithering for pixel artists. Not every piece of art software has tools designed for texturing/dithering, and loading lots of custom brushes for the purpose can slow one's software down. This font was made to attempt to solve the problem. Now you can dither, shade, and texture by typing! No matter how the preview looks, every glyph repeats as a seamless texture both horizontally and vertically.
THE GOAL: A font which eventually covers the entire Unicode range, so that ANY sequence of characters can be used to produce composite imagery from these glyphs (town generator, land generator, etc).
THE NAME: The name comes from my emulator/game, "Virtua Gremlin". Although these patterns weren't in the game (it used 9x9 tiles, not 16x16), many of the patterns here are based on that earlier work.
THE AUTHOR: Recommends using sizes that are multiples of 12pt to guarantee pixel perfection when using this font. 12pt, 24pt, 36pt, 48pt etc. have all been tested and work great!
Have an idea for a pattern? Want to see a particular sprite or aesthetic included? Let me know :D
A while ago I designed the Circe family; it is quite elegant and fine. This new version, based on Circe1, has thicker lines without being bold. This meant changing a few letter shapes and lines. While it can be used with the others I would discourage mixing the normal weight versions with this one due to the structural changes to many letters.This is a clone
A variable-width Super Mario World font cloned from Patrick Lauke's version. All Basic Latin is available and the @ is Yoshi's Signature.This is a clone of Super Mario World Superbig
the typeface was adapted from "nasi pecel" one of traditional food from indonesia. The food consisted of rice and a lot of vegetables. One of the vegetables is bean sprout that taken most of the idea to make this typeface especially the semi script one.
A little experiment - squares with rounded corners. The resulting design is a 5×7 dot matrix font with an (unintentional) art deco sensibility.