The results are out for the Counter Competition. Congratulations to all who took part!
where's the lowercase q?
This is great! Hope to see it completed someday.
Thanks, @Se7enty-Se7en! It didn't even occur to me that
this could be a stencil. I think it would make a fairly stout
stencil as well since
Nice 5x5 work! The lowercase rules. :D
I have found that looking at microfonts purely in terms of their
visual interpretability helps with designing glyphs. 3- and 4-
wide, legible m/w are possible.
Although in the rusty tackle-box of his mind he yearned to be a
#3 buck-tail spinner, Bob knew deep down he must accept his cruel
fate as a bottom
UPDATED: Pixel_Roman now supports Extented Latin, Greek, and Cyrilic!
Looks like it would fit in an RPG or Zelda game
Thank you for the comment! Legibility and useability was my
focus here - things like the double-wide curly brace lines to make
them easily distinguishable
This would make a good stencil...
Updated with capitals with diaritics, numerals and general punctuations~
@V. Sarela (Yautja) Thanks! But i'm not ganna fix the A, V or W cuz i'm lazy and i got to make a stencil version
this is awesome! It look future perfectly
Ah, so it is. Thanks for pointing that out.
Your 9 is upside down...
Thanks @JingYo :^) I thought it looked too much like a "B" but it seems to have turned out all right.
the dots arent on purpose and i dont get those names but thanks!
Nice one! Looks like it was written with a nib pen. I enjoy the dotting as well, it makes the text look as if it were on marble or old parchment.
A few names I thought up for this font: Devil Figaro, Foxy Empress, Tempesta