THIS IS BASED ON MY HANDWRITING. NOT MY REGULAR HANDWRITING — THAT DOESN’T ALLOW FOR LOWER-CASE LETTERS; SO WHENEVER I NEED TO WRITE SOMETHING WITH LOWER-CASE LETTERS (SUCH AS IN EXAMS.), I USE THIS STYLE.
I KNOW THAT IN PLACES IT LOOKS A BIT BROKEN. BUT AT THE SMALL SIZES OF BULK TEXT, IT SHOULDN’T BE TOO NOTICEABLE; IT’S NOT REALLY DESIGNED AS A DISPLAY FONT.
AND I ALSO KNOW THAT SOME SERIFS AND STROKES AREN’T EXACTLY COMMONPLACE (SEE THE UPPER SERIFS ON THE LETTER: “u”). IT’S JUST HOW MY HANDWRITING TURNED OUT.
INTENDED LANGAUGE SUPPORT
• TE REO MĀORI
“WHAKAITI” IS A MĀORI WORD MEANING “TO MAKE SMALL”. IT’S ROUGHLY PRONOUNCED: “ɸɑkɑiti”.
USE THE FULL-STOP FOR THE TERMINAL UNDERLINE.
“MOTU” IS A MĀORI WORD MEANING “ISLAND” OR “SEPERATE”.
THIS WAS MADE WITH FONTSTRUXIUS.
Another attempt to make a readable font narrower than Arial Narrow. I am basing the letters on ovals now, to try to make them easier for my eyes to deal with at small sizes.This is a clone of Urial
PRESS THE “PIXEL” BUTTON ABOVE FOR THE BEST RESULTS.
WELL, IF I WASN’T CRAZY BEFORE, I DEFINITELY AM NOW.
I WOULDN’T RECOMMEND DOWNLOADING THIS FONT. IT WOULD PROBABLY CRASH YOUR COMPUTER OR SOMETHING.
• “A”:AMBASSADOR CLASS
• “B”: OBERTH CLASS
• “C”: CONSTELLATION CLASS
• “D”: DEFIANT CLASS — U.S.S. DEFIANT (STAR TREK: DEEP SPACE NINE)
• “E”: EXCELSIOR CLASS
• “F”: FREEDOM CLASS
• “G”: GALAXY CLASS — U.S.S. ENTERPRISE D (STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION)
• “H”: GALOR CLASS CARDASSIAN WARSHIP
• “I”: INTREPID CLASS — U.S.S. VOYAGER (STAR TREK: VOYAGER)
• “J”: TYPE VI SHUTTLECRAFT
• “K”: TYPE VII SHUTTLECRAFT
• “L”: LUNA CLASS
• “M”: MIRANDA CLASS
• “N”: NEBULA CLASS
• “O”: OLYMPIC CLASS
• “P”: PROMETHEUS CLASS
• “Q”: K'VORT CLASS KLINGON BIRD OF PREY
• “R”: SOVEREIGN CLASS
• “S”: SOYUZ CLASS
• “T”: TYPE XV SHUTTLECRAFT
• “U”: DANUBE CLASS
• “V”: VOYAGER’S AEROSHUTTLE
• “W”: D'DERIDEX CLASS ROMULAN WARBIRD
• “X”: NOVA CLASS
• “Y”: BORG CUBE
• “Z”: NEW ORLEANS CLASS
• SPACE: ACTUAL SPACE
Angled bricks based on 1:4 // 4:1, also some ready-to-use combos, some straight and angled lines to match the 1:4//4:1 sized bricks, a few 'decorative' elements (could be used to fill lines or counters, or to create entire glyphs) and stacks.
Designed to show how the combos are made as this might help newcomers to understand the technique and enable them to make those they want -- if they can't find them in the excellent tools and sets some members have created.
I'm hoping that someone can add more related lines, bricks, angles, combos, stacks and then help us by publishing their extended clone.
Tried to build a font out of two shapes, the curve and the sideways house. Sort of built like the curves are growing out of the sideways house 'seeds'.
It's the fancy cursive font from "resource2.dat" from Cube World. Turns out, its actually the 'Venice' font by Susan Kare & Bill Atkinson from the original classic Macintosh, so I've added all the remaining characters from the original font which the cube world version didn't have.
Cube World is Copyright 2010-2019 Picroma e.K.
A non-pixelated font heavily inspired by the Cube World "resource1.dat" font. This font matches the character presentation from the Cube World alpha version. Hence, the star and filled circle do not appear in place of the plus-minus and registered trademark symbols, so it will look a little strange if used in the steam version.
Version 20191026.cThis is a clone
This is a version of 'Cubish EPX' with the star replacing the ± symbol, and a filled circle replacing the ® symbol, and no other changes. The steam release of Cube World very likely wants the font like this.
Cubish EPX is a re-imagining of the 'resource1.dat' block letter font from Cube world, now with less blocky pixelization and more consistent 'EPX-style' pixel filtering and spacing. A number of unclear characters have been cleaned up as well, especially in the international extended Latin characters. A dot was added to the numeral zero to disambiguate it from the letter O, as well.
20190923.1 - fixed euro symbolThis is a clone of Cubish EPX
https://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/16702/7by5anglesThis is a clone of Donburi Thin
I've moved from Russia to Germany, here. We have a classic, 70s inspired design, which could still be a futuristic-looking one in the right lights.
The idea is to read other alphabets as if they were Roman.This is a clone of CheckovsFun
For role playing gaming. I want to be able to check off effects to different letters. Checkov's Gun is a fiction trope. So CheckovsFun is a play on words.
I began doing a serif font, and found that I really liked it when I rounded the corners off a bit. It makes it look rather cyberwestern. Have you ever played Wild Guns on the SNES? It's got that vibe about it.