Digital Rome

by Christian Munk (CMunk)

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A low contrast serif pixel font for a kerning experiment. Lower case has less space before each letter. So to kern the word 'lovely' write "LOvELy" and the word 'away' should be "Away". Play around with it.
Info: Created on 3rd November 2013 . Last edited on 30th December 2013.
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Put more symbols!
Comment by ivancr72 3rd November 2013
I'm publishing a similar font in a while. Only it's sans serif.
Comment by Evie S (j4s13) 3rd November 2013
Type "RUSSIANGUY" and note the excessive space before the U's. There needs to be an option for less space on letters that begin with a downstroke. Whenever a letter like C or G meets letters that begin in a downstroke, it doesn't work out too well.
Comment by RussianGuy 3rd November 2013
@ivancr72: Have added symbols. Is there anything in particular you need?

@j4s13: Sounds interesting!

@RussianGuy: I have made a lower case U, try writing "RuSSIANGuY" now :)
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 3rd November 2013
Sry for clogged image. Can't crop images.
Comment by Evie S (j4s13) 3rd November 2013
Hey! It actually works!
Comment by RussianGuy 3rd November 2013
An interesting experiment - let's hope we get real kerning before too long. 10/10
Comment by p2pnut 4th November 2013
Merry Christmas to all FontStructers! Here's a teaser of an experiment of mine. It says "Merry Christmas", but can you tell in which language?
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 25th December 2013
Comment by Umbreon126 25th December 2013
(My gosh these letters are gorgeous.)
Comment by Umbreon126 25th December 2013

Japanese Katakana.

Comment by Jadenalex 7th December 2019


Comment by Jadenalex 7th December 2019

I love how you intepreted the IPA as Capitals, CMunk…

In Unicode, Lots of these have a Capital form (Ɓɓ, Ʒʒ, Əə, etc.)

Suprising Fact: Ɡ (u+ACA7) is actually the capital of ɡ (u+0261)!

Comment by BWM 11th December 2019

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