Experimental 12-segment display. This is my attempt at making an ultra-small segmented display suitable for printing on actual pixel art screens. As far as I know, this is the first fusion of Latin-style microfont and segmented display, although dpla has created many fonts that belong to one or both categories.
Initially I tried making this with 3px long segments, but the result looked almost exactly like Calculatrix 12. So I shrank it down to 5x5 to ensure it would take on its own look.
87.10 degree slanted font for Italicized italic italic Ultra-Italic italic Italian italics. Thanks for making me design a whole family of fonts that hurt my eyes, Zuloph. :P
After I made RC Vertigo, Zu said he could still read it. I began to create increasingly slanted designs, and this one was finally the one he couldn't read.
No symbols/numerals for this one. I consider it to be machine-readable only at this point...
font with half width of palph
hiragana and katakana are not half width
palph_rin https://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/1329376/palph-2This is a clone of palph
\not for read.
put \ at the beginning of the sentence.
palph_half https://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/1265966/palph_halfThis is a clone of palph
Numbers are motifs of Chinese numeralsfont in which the alphabet pronunciation of katakana notation is rotated and compressed.
upper case is based on German, lower is based on English.
numbers are motifs of Chinese numerals.
Designed for illegibility. In theory, leverages neuroplasticity so you can read it after practice and nobody else can. May not be useful to anybody else. May not even work for me. Experimental.
Note: This is named "Cryptonomicon Basis", as the general form of the letters is the Cryptonomicon and this is the reference font- other fonts can be made with the same letter form and still implement Cryptonomicon.
palph is a hard-to-read font. It supports katakana and hiragana.
Lower case is the mirror character.