Found this on CSDB.dk. It's called "Dorm" by a guy from Norway known as Nuckhead of the Backbone society. Caps only with a few punctuation marks. You can make a cool effect starting with pipe (|), several equals (=) and finishing with at (@). No numerals yet but I'll come back and add those, plus I want to do a sans version without the shadow-lines.
I've found a few other demo-scene typefaces that I wouldn't mind Fonstructifying.
A typeface that provides you with a glimpse into brickwork construction.
Monospace lowercase and duospace uppercase (double the width of lowercase), with negative-space diacritics.
Strong tensile and compressive strength (works well stretched, squeezed, and warped in general).
Recreation of the pixel font from Enix's "Dragon Warrior IV" (1992) on the NES.
Identical to "Dragon Warrior III" (1990), except for the full stop and ellipsis punctuation marks, and the absence of the semicolon.
Only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.This is a clone of Dragon Warrior (NES)
Recreation of the pixel font from Enix's "Dragon Warrior III" (1990) on the NES. Only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.This is a clone of Dragon Warrior IV (NES)
cloned from Christian Munk (Spitzchtruct)
this is a cursive "workshop" to be improved upon
it seems to me that there is not really much of a choice on fontstruct for cursive letters, most are connecting at the bottom which does not look natural in my opinion.
i thought i'd give it a try despite my being a beginner at this
Christian Munk had the right idea to make the connectors from the bottom on the right side of each letter and up to the middle of the left side of each letter above the baseline. it looks more natural that way.
however, some of the original creator's letters did not make sense to me, maybe it is a different language or a constructed language?
i liked some of the basic composited bits and pieces made by the originator
I moved most of Christian Munk's original created letters over to the empty punctuation spaces. the originals that i thought were okay i moved to the empty capital spaces. (there are no capitals in the original script). i'm not sure why some of the letters are strange looking, such as the letter D which looked like a capital V so i put it there instead.
then i recreated most of the lowercase letters using their bits and pieces
i think the only letters i kept the same were b, l, i, j & z
i may finish it later, the capitals need to be finished
but i thought i'd share what i got done ... it might be useful for ideas for an improved cursive scriptThis is a clone
my first font publishing :)
no letter parts are below the baseline / caps are just taller than lower case
x is wonky but i made a better one in the capitals that is same height... hard to get the x to be the same width and height... sorry i'm still learning
i changed some stuff for keyboard preferences since i prefer to use the shift key as little as possible
! exclamation point is at the forward slash / key & the / is now at the \ key
makes more sense to me for / & \ to be at the same key
exclamation point is fun to use, so should me more accessible without shifting!
& is where the = sign is instead of shift 7 and i put a smiley face at shift 7. easy to remember because "+" and "&" both mean "and" and is at the same key ... i like to use the & alot.
= sign is the shift lowline (at the minus key)
maybe smiley faces should be accessible without shifting too, idk but there's nowhere else to put it
maybe i just made it more confusing but you can change it back the way you want it
why did they make the asterisk so small? i like it bigger
i see many people having trouble with letter v just like me... it either ends up being skinnier than other lines if a straight diagonal... or it ends up looking like a letter u...
i did what most people seem to be doing... making the left side bottom a square. i also shortened the height of the right side so it's more differentiated from the u
i wanted the m to be the same width as the other letters
constructive criticism, help for improvement welcomed and appreciated
or feel free to get ideas, clone and improve upon yourself