A-P: Gun barrels
a-p: Extensions for barrels (match same letter)
Q-Z: Body blocks; type after barrel
q-z: Accessories; placed backward over last character
0-9: Grips and stocks.
Some time after having published Pixelbabania VI, then had a look at another font called Futura and saw its light version, I thought to myself, what if I made a lighter version of this font?
I then decided to hunker down and get to work on making this, feeling the flow of creation pour out.
I do hope you all enjoy downloading and using this as much as I enjoyed making and sharing with all.
Sempahore is a flag-based form of communication, used to visually communicate information over long distances.
Lower case lettes (NO CAPS LOCK REQUIRED) & the following special characters are used:
Period (.) = "Rest" in semaphore.
Pound Sign (#) = "Numbers". Since some letter symbols are also used as numbers, type in # before typing in numbers. Conversely, type "J" to indicate you're going back to letters.
Exclamation Point (!) = "Attention". Type !, when the message is important.
"X" = "Cancel". To nullify the previous message.
The full set of Tengwar, created by J.R.R. Tolkien, also including a select set of punctuation marks and numerals 0 to 9. Note that many symbols do not corespond with their latin equivalent on the keyboard. Also note that, in order to write vowles separately, one has to use vowle carriers.
a/A = Tehtar A top/bottom
c/C = Calma/Anga
e/E = Tehtar E top/bottom
f/F = Formen/Ampa
h/H = Hyarnen/Hwesta sindarinwa
i/I = Tehtar I top/bottom
j/J = Yanta/Ure
k/K = Quesse/Ungwe
l/L = Lambe/Alda
m/M = Malta/Ngwalme
n/N = Numen/Ngoldo
o/O = Tehtar O top/bottom
p/P = Parma/Umbar
q/Q = Silme nuquerna/Aze nuquerna
r/R = Romen/Arda
s/S = Silme/Aze
t/T = Tinco/Ando
u/U = Tehtar U top/bottom
v/V = Osse/Halla
w/W = Vala/Vilya
x/X = Hwesta/Unque
y/Y = Anna/Ore
z/Z = Harma/Anca
-/_ = Telco/Ara
First font: Arcade Typewriter. Integrates arcade letters with typewriter format. Five stars, please! Published in Public Domain for free use. Use productively please!
All characters that you can type on the Toshiba CDM-9900/9950/VM4050 in the "Medium" font style.
All characters that you can type on the Audiovox (Toshiba) CDM-9500 in 11px size.
After having finished creating Pixelbabania VI, I thought to myself, why not make a version of this font, but with the height restricion removed for those who don't like having foreign characters squished up?
Even added Japanese Katana and Hiragana characters into the mix.
27/4/22 - Came across two glyphs that needed a bit of fixing, the registered sign, which was a width over, and Single Low-9 Quotation Mark, which needed to be moved a pixel down.This is a clone of Pixelbabania VI
A random console font.
It has characters to draw 16-segment displays, boxes, and text.
NOTE: When drawing with the weird characters you will need to separate sections with a space.
Something I had been on and and off again working on for some time, making sure everything looked alright before I so much as thought about placing this creation onto here for all to witness.
Decided to impose a limit on myself when creating this font, such as width and height after being inspired by seeing translations of old video games. I had to get a bit creative with some of the characters and how I could make them look good without butchering them too badly.
I do hope you enjoy using this font as much as I enjoyed making it.
7/4/22 - Decided to add a VI to the name of the font, after the width I limited myself to using.
27/4/22 - Came across two glyphs that needed a bit of fixing, the registered sign, which was a width over, and Single Low-9 Quotation Mark, which needed to be moved a pixel down.