Thanks for the TP boss.. Whooop!!
@elmoyenique: Thanks mate, I think you were talking about the additional alternative forms, right?
The forum all steelteknosa and ideas the future of FontStruct.
(@meek: Sorry. Wrong cyrillic. Delete the first picture, please.)
Very suitable set of adds. Congrats on the TP!
-- [Big Update] --
• Glyph alternatives
• Underlined lowercase vowels letters
• Ligatures / Digraphs
• Extra symbols & punctuation
• Numerous improved & fine tuned glyphs
Pov: 8 Bit Operator
More than 200 days of war and 300,000 mobilized men in Russia
who will go to a war that has no end in sight. How many of them
will not return to
pretty nice font
The letter a resembles a variant of the capital Slavic A.
Thank you for creating this font! Just FYI, the OTF version of BBC Micro has some incorrect glyphs. See Caps X and Y, and Lowercase t, v and x. The TT version looks correct.
L and K are switched
and also why is ! both ! &?
looks cool, but why are the eyes on ? & ! floating? I get the dots are seperated in the characters but the originals aren't. Also why is it monospaced? just curious
About to reach 10k Characters, woo!
@DecaSomethin I'll try but the only problem is that if the symbol is too small or big, it break the consistency
This font was made by CBNCYK (earlier, on 24th September 2022)
Congrats on the TP!
really cool font! Very interesting
@elmoyenique I'm very glad you like them!
@Bryndan W Meyerholt (BWM) Thanks!
Giving animals names like (for example) Jack or Mark would be too easy, so I created names by mixing the name of the animal and the name of the glyph
Thank you very much, Master thalamic.
Here you are an introduction to kerning. Hope it can help you.
@elmoyenique Hey thanks for the comment :) I just accidentally figured out how to do kerning. Didn't know fontstruct had this feature.
This is so cool
All the Spanish I know comes from American sitcoms. ;) Jajaja
Thank you! I didn't know him, but seeing his work reminded me of
those great calligraphers who, when they draw a letter, seem to be
carving it in