Modern modular geometric minuscule script style sans-serif typeface.
"yesh moar pixel fontz"
this is gonna be "WIP" for a while
im gonna try to make all the glyphs i can
then imma probably make different variations of this
A strong, clear, fixed-width console font inspired by 1980s Acorn microcomputer text, but much smoother. Good for coding, text editing and text interfaces. Contains all glyphs for single byte values in CP-437 (DOS:US), CP-850 (DOS:EU) and CP-1252 (Windows).
I am aiming for the largest useful character count of any non-pixellated monospaced console font, so check back here every few months. If there are any unicode subsets that you need completing, just ask.
NOTE: If you want to get this font working in Windows 10 Command Prompt & PowerShell, please read the Jan 2019 comments below.This is a clone
Contemporary techy looking Sans-Serif design!
Once more a pretty thin design.
Brick filter @ 1x1
grid scale @ 0,85x0,85(to restore unwanted vertical spacing caused by nudging)
0.5 grid square unit weight.
I just felt like I needed to complete this to get it out of the way. The original design was very different than this.
https://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/53335/elltee_semi_serifThis is a clone of amyn
Fyromrese style pseudorunic Latin. Supports Dutch, English, and German.
Sort of a semi recap of the lettering found on the second issue of Polish avant garde architectural magazine called "PRAESENS".
It got published throughout the first part of the previous century and was similar to other magz from that era such as: DeStijl, Wendingen & Het Overzicht.
It's not super accurate but still a fairly recognizable and cool looking type. I already made a pro version of this lettering in the past with FontLab Studio, which closely capturing the exact original design.This is a clone
This is a smoothed version of my 'Whurgh-ish' font. This font is much more complicated than normal smoothed fonts I make.
The original description from 'Whurgh-ish':
This font is the aplphabet of the Whurgh culture, a made-up culture for a school project. It's similar to normal English, except the numeral system is base-16 instead of base-10. To type numbers, just use this cheat sheet:
0 - Base
1/2/3/4 - 0 in the top-left/bottom-left/top-right/bottom-right, respectivly
5/6/7/8 - 1 in the top-left/bottom-left/top-right/bottom-right, respectivly
Then add a space after each number.
0 to 15:
01234 01238 01634 01638 01274 01278 01674 01678 05234 05238 05634 05638 05274 05278 05674 05678This is a clone of Whurgh-ish
This font has everything Zeph-y. Decolike shapes, half-arcs, procedural asymmetry, slight gaudiness, and an ampersand that looks like a priest with a cross walking on the ocean waves.
This is a rendition of one of A. V. Hershey's dot fonts from his 1967 paper "Calligraphy for Computers", the "Cartographic" (sans-serif) font, plus a number of glyphs imported from the "Mathematical" font, as well as many additional glyphs drawn in the same/similar style to the original glyphs.
This is a rendition of one of A. V. Hershey's dot fonts from his 1967 paper "Calligraphy for Computers", the "Mathematical" (serif) font. This version is really a hybrid of the original "Mathematical" and "Cartography" fonts, having some symbols such as the circle drawing and map symbols that the "Mathematical" font originally lacked.This is a clone of Hershey Dot Cartographic