This is a pixel font that imitates Romanian archaic font used 1830 - 1860 which is a Latin alphabet meant to look like Cyrillic. There are many other variations but I tried to create the one that is most readable as pixel font. It also includes Romanian Cyrillic symbols used until 1860. I have also included other latin symbols that were in use for example sound ă was not standardized so you could write it as ĕ ĭ ŏ ŭ and it would mean the same thing or previous to 1860 Romanian latin used accents (accute, circumflex and grave) much like French language does today. All those extra latin symbols are included. I do not know Cyrillic so my experience with it is solely based on what I read about Romanian Cyrillic Alphabet on wikipedia and omniglot.
Is not known when people in Romanian territory adopted Cyrillic. Cyrillic alphabet was created by brothers Cyril and Methodious during the first bulgarian kingdom and is worth noting that first bulgarian kingdom included the Romanian territory. Also note that term Romania(n) was used after 1400-1500s so previous to that the people or language was called Vlach a term still used today for latin speaking eastern europeans outside Romania. The first attested writing of Romanian language written in Cyrillic alphabet is from 1500s but by this time Romanian Cyrillic was quite developed and likely had been in use for quite some time already. During 1830 Latin slowly started replacing Cyrillic probably influenced by French language and culture and by 1860 Romanian Cyrillic was completely replaced by Romanian Latin based on French.
GS Unicode is a project I'm working on so (almost) all languages get support! With 13,137 non-spacing characters, this font is technically finished, but will be going under legibility renovations. Please tell me if some of the characters aren't working. I'll try to fix them as best as I can!
This particular font was basically just an oversimplified version of Gryphon Serif. I called it "Tick" because it looked like a typewriter font to me, and typewriters make a ticking sound whenever you use them.
A collection of circles (and ovals), inspired by the circles I saw in p2pnut's composites tool ... several of these circles I found ready-made in other fonts (I apologise,I didn't note down the designer's name so I can't give credits --- I'll try to backtrack though as I don't blindly copy things and hand out as my own work. Most of these circles I made with the bricks available in the fontstructor, for some I made the composites, some I assembled using shapes and composites made by others.
Thank you to everybody who enabled cloneability of their fonts so that I could see in detail how you made those tricky/exciting curves (to either recreate them and the composites under my own steam or to import into this tool kit).
This is a work in progress as I discover more curves made by members; with the new FontStructor we all will have more circular excitement coming...
This is an unfinished version of the font. Right now only the first two categories of glyphs are finished. Planning on doing all glyphs possible on here, right now only 210 have been finished.
All characters have been created in a nice 5x10 font (5 horizontal), with there be 5 extra pixels for any underlying stuff. Everything is also in Monospaced, as far as I know.
Impressed by Vertx, Futura (origin), Bifur (Cassandre) and somthing else.
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Eclectic old-fashioned font with short ascenders and single-width proportions.
Rossica (Vera Evstafeva)
http://typejournal.ru/en/articles/Civil-TypeThis is a clone of Chrysalide Modern
Kulibin or Kulidyaka?
Eda (by Alexander Tarbeev)
Kostro, 21 Cent (https://yurigordon.com/ru/shop/fonts)
Kazimir, Parmigano, Brioni, Karloff (https://type.today/en)
Marian family(19c), Caponi (https://commercialtype.com/)
My new typeface 'Coup de ruban' represents the beauty of human movement through interpretive dance. I decided to name my elegant font 'ribbon stroke', but in French, as French is seen as a beautiful language. The thin, curved flourishes follow the movements of the dancer Megan Batoon's hands and feet when dancing to her own choreography. The thick strokes represent ballerina ribbon which ground the flourishes to create a bold, yet elegant display font. -Sam
For pixel-lovers. 4x4(5) for best legibility in smallest size.