Attempt at being opipik #4 (it actually worked, but not in the way I was expecting)
In this font, I was going for a bold, serifed look and I noticed how it could be fit well with the lowercase letters a, s, and y.
a font inspired by terminals and OOBE. some characters are sans-serif, some are serif... this is basically a semi-serif font. this font has no inspiration. when i say that, i mean that this font is not used in any terminals and OOBEs. i just thought of this style.
lettela is a WIP semi-serif distorted typeface. i'm currently planning to add lowercase and punctuation.This is a clone of Lettela 1
This font has separate characters for Ð, Đ, and Ɖ!
I really appreciate the extension, AidenFont!
Based off the font on Gary Numan's 1979 albums, Cars and The Pleasure Principle. I learned just now it's called Aquarius, a little font designed in 1972.
This is a project to make a wide-range pixel art font.
- Basic Latin
- Latin-1 Supplement
- Latin Extended-B
- IPA Extensions
Feedback is welcome!
Font heavily inspired by the 80'd arcade games with an elegant, semi-serif style.
Semiserif semispur minimalism.
This design uses a few novel glyph-shapes and techniques to achieve its look. Most notable of these is the serifed a which lets the serif protrude to the right. I avoid this feature in almost all designs, especially pixel fonts, because it adds an unnecessary 1px of spacing - but for this font, the feature can be included without changing anything for the worse. Many other glyphs have this same sort of protruding serif/spur, and the slanted geometry of the serifs/spurs affords them a look that "retreats" from neighboring glyphs, rather than seeming to protrude into them.
V0.2.6: Finished Cyrillic.
A small scale faux-bezier design with a cutout-esque look. It offers different advantages at different sizes. Most glyphs are legible down to 4pt.
As this design evolves, it gives me an increasing "board games" feeling. This design seems very well-suited for board game parts, especially cards and smaller plastic pieces.
This has a few notable design features:
- Asymmetry helps keep letters like bdpq from being confused for one another
- Serifs and flags accomplish the same thing for groups of similar letters such as ce and ftſ
- Semiserif style helps reduce the need for kerning to almost zero
- Simplified polygons and counter shapes help pixel optimization
See also:Cartoon Riot
My first font, pretty much.
Could be used in pretty much anything it fits in... probably video games.
Semi-suprematic font. [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suprematism]
It is a semi_serif stencil display typeface. I inspired it from the stencil typeface which released in 1937. It consists of only capital letters with thick main strokes, and with breaks in the face.I added some serif in the edges and tried to make kind of movement in some parts in the character.
A monospace coding font with support for Basic and More Latin, Latin Extended A, Armenian, Georgian, (Hiragana, Katakana (these two are being redrawn)), Bopomofo / Zhuyin, Basic Greek and Cyrillic alphabets. Also supports Box Drawing and some other character sets. Anti-homoglyph (does not or should not contain any two characters that look exactly the same)