Really interesting concept! It makes me think of the stage for a musical, where people are wheeling out these letters to spell out short messages so it doesn't interrupt the music.
At size 10, Friendly Geek seems to compete fairly well with
regular fonts even though it is a monospace font. Here are
some comparisons with other fonts.
@77: If you are referring to the V with hook, then, no. 01B2 is
actually called Latin letter V with hook, and is right next to
Latin capital letter
HI there, i would really like to use yout fonts for commercial use. If there is a price to it can you please let me know. Greets M.P
Super cute! I love it :D
this is so cool
Thanks so much! <3
Nice work, super interesting! I thought it was some kind of cipher until I switched to the sampletext view.
I definitely learned a few new tricks while making this one!
Isn't it maned the Latin Upsilon?
P. S.: I've also altered the spacing on the stacked diacritics—they are no longer cramped.
Hey peeps. :) I've updated this font and gave it an italic
version. I've moved all relevant characters to their respective
code points, and added
I've drastically updated this font, changed its name (numbers don't work well in font names), and gave it a better harmony overall. I did not do this with fontstruct, by the way. You can get the new version on Font Library. :)
theres an extra brick on the 3...
It's ok... Using filters can help create condensed/expanded versions of fonts...
I know there are some imperfections in the font. I did that on purpose. TO RISK NOT GETTING SUED BY SUNRISE!
I cannot tell a lie. I did. The filters come in handy when I want to make different versions of a font that I created.
@zephram - Yet another great inline font! Congratulations on the design. :^)
the body of the lc h is too short 1 brick...
TIP:If you have the extra guides on, they can help keep your letters consistent with the rest...
Thanks, @jonrgrover and @Goatmeal. I cloned the tutorial, it will be helpful!
@zephram 'm' "more bold".. and 683px
@Marco Mora-Huizar (marcomorahuizar) - I like the design of this inline font. The following link might help with the thickness of 45° angles:
Tutorial - 45 degree angles
Nice pixel work. It reminds me of the font of Minecraft, but smaller and more suited for terminal use.
"n" is missing and some basic punctuation like ,.!? would definitely help this one. :)
You used filters to narrowen the bricks, did you??
The spacing and the proportions are really good.
I like your upper case so much, I wish your lower case were your upper case, and your upper case were your lower case.
Wow that's rough, hope you feel better soon!
I have been sidelined. I have an extra extraordinary tooth
ache. I just want to die. I'm popping pain pills and
Here is yet another monospace programming font.