A novice FontStructor who has no hope of becoming popular. All of my fonts start with AH because my username is Alexherobrine45. The A and the H were just taken from there. That, and, if you were to install all of my fonts, they'd all get grouped together because they start with AH.
Recreation of the in-battle font from Pokémon Black/White/Black 2/White 2, complete with the Pokédollar sign in place of $ and the PK and MN in place of registered sign and trademark sign respectively. (The regular font from these games already exists elsewhere, called Power Clear.) I also added all kinds of accents (but none of the emojis).
AH Machina is a font I made 'cuz I liked the A, basically. The N is weird, I know, but there's really no way to fix it save making it SUPER long or intersecting the other side (which I don't want to do) or something.
Some symbols to represent English letters. No, this is not complete yet, although it's very close. Note: Normal period is grave accent, normal space is tilde. (Normal space was accomplished weirdly, but you shouldn't be able to see the dot very well unless it was ridiculously zoomed in/blown up.)
91 characters! And closer letters! It's almost, ALMOST done!
AH Ichidenne, font #7 of mine and arguably the best yet, despite being made in 7 days!
Note: There's actually only 172 characters of use here. The 173rd is the micro symbol, as in micrometer (µm). The 174th is Extended Latin's Gamma (I forgot which Extended Latin), and you can see it between the y with diaresis and the elipsis when viewing all characters. The 175th is the infinity sign. Why? Because I can. The 176th is the final ? character and is Unicode character FFFD.
Other Note: Sorry for the terrible uppercase More Latin characters. It's atrocious. My favorites of those are the O with tilde and A and O with circumflex.
A new fs! Finally! And another pixelly one. Except this one is completely pixelly, and you haven't seen one of those since AH Pixelated nearly a year ago.
When I figure out some special Expert Mode things, I may come back to this font's name (AH Altara) and make another one (AH Altara 2). The point of this particular one was to look as much like the lines did not cross (one continous, snaking line). But then I abandoned that almost completely for More Latin. Just like AH Pixelated, this uses all Basic Latin and a lot of More Latin for 187 letters.