The 7 segment digts come from the Atari ST.
If you use this, please make sure to credit me somewhere…
feel free to post suggestions, but please no abugidas (except for UCAS, Thai, or Laos, if the font is not monospace) or abjads that are really hard to do or get working correctly (I can do Hebrew, but no yiddish marks)
This font has been submitted to DaFont.
In the meantime: Google Drive download link (I uploaded an updated version of the zip because I accidentally had the CC-BY-NC-ND license text instead of the CC-BY-ND license text in there)
If it's approved, it will have imrpoved metrics (64 em units per brick instead of 85.3̅ per brick), custom .notdef glyph, and cleaner outlines (i.e. no redundant points)…
A pixel font that is best displayed in multiples of 12 on Windows.
I noticed that there is data for font ID 1, but I'm not sure why there is still glyph data, but no actual data regarding the bricks themselves. Was it some sort of test by Meek?
Salem is a spooky condensed serif font containing 52 characters that make it suitable for a wide range of projects.
Characters include caps, numbers, and other symbols.
A plutonium-powered type, that can get you there in 0-88 MPH. (WARNING: Some minor alterations in present reality may occur when using this heavy typeface, but will produce some results that didn't previously exist in your normal day-to-day design project)This is a clone
Laretei Sans is a Sans-Serif type that could include things on every part. Mostly happens special symbols font type-face used Lowercase and Uppercase. But being extended.This is a clone of Laretei Sans
Little font strongly inspired by PICO-8's lowercase font. Most uppercase letters are missing, and D,E,I,M, and S are all glyphs twice the width of a normal letter. The font was designed for use in my (hopefully) upcoming game, MISE.
Not gonna lie to you guys, but this font was stressful as hell. This was easily one of the most difficult fonts I've ever had to create using the FontStructor and that's because of the technical limitations it includes. These said limitations made this process frustrating and very, very triggering. However, I finally did it. It may not be the best, but just know that I've tried. This font was inspired by multiple Slab-Serif fonts such as the Snellen Optotype font, Rockwell, and some other Slab-Serif fonts. This is my first time doing this so please don't go too hard on me. But, please do leave criticism on what I can improve on to make this font better. Alright, that'll be all from me, have fun typing!
Sup everyone, sorry for not making a font. I literally ran out of ideas on FontStruct but not in real life. If I had an all-in-one laser printer, I would be able to make so many more fonts but since I don't, this will have to do. Anyways, hope you all enjoy this font, this actually only took me an hour or two to make so it wasn't too bad. This is similar to "777 Luck" because it is, but it's something.
Designed to mimic the Medieval Era and the Fountain Pen while forming a clear, concise, and modernized font. Very Twisty, and looks like a witch's handwriting. This one of many new fonts to come.
Rare Font Replica Of Montgomery Elevator Indicator.
All Characters were drawn based off of the Montgomery Flourescent Position Indicator. Please note this replica may not be 100% accurate, if you find anything wrong, comment below and I will attempt to change the font as described.
Use < > for up/down arrows.
Decided to try something new for this font, not sure if I would consider it "good" but all my fonts are basically just ideas for fonts that I could actually make a lot better. It's just that the FontStructor has limitations and they stop me from improving it. So, with all that being said, this is probably not going to be original (which is fine idc anymore), and hope you enjoy it.
Basically just "Pretty Ugly" but revamped. I still didn't put that much effort into it although the results are still relatively consistent so I can't complain. Enjoy :) I updated some stuff to make it look "better." I use that word loosely as there's not much I can do to improve it without ruining the style. I also deleted "Pretty Ugly" as I hated that font so much but liked this one a lot more. For those of you who actually downloaded it, feel free to keep it for as long as you want, I'm just not going to have it on my profile.
The fonts "Condensation" and "Expérience" are now deleted as this font is the ultimate winner of the two. So the name "Condexpérience" may not make any contextual sense, but I still like the name so I'll keep it like that for old times sake. Check out my Google Drive folder where it includes monthly updates regarding the state of my fonts.
A twenties era font with the uppercase measuring twenty glyphs tall, the lowercase measuring five glyphs tall by four glyphs wide, to multiply out to twenty, and incorporating exactly twenty different glyphs to boot.
It was really quite fun seeing all of the ways to sneak the number twenty into this font for the competition. Please enjoy!
Hello! This is my first font, I'm updating it a lot. If you use this font for something, please give me credit, this took a while, although it's not too well made. So far, you can use any letter from the english alphabet, including punctuation, and you can also use unicode symbols. Not all unicode symbols work yet, just remember that. But, I am finished with zodiac signs.