By request, a polygonal font with a slightly militaristic feeling.
The truncated polygonal perimeter of most glyphs is somewhat inspired by the lettering on World War I planes, tanks, and ships. These forms of lettering tended to have more square aspect ratios. I changed that to give this font more personality and to condense it so more text could fit on a line.
In terms of what modern military setting this might fit into, it looks very Air Force- or Navy-esque to my eye. Check out contemporary video games and recruitment materials relating to those two branches and you'll see what I mean.
Variant of Ninevolt with the extraneous squares blacked out.This is a clone of Ninevolt
A dark/semibold Esperhand. Funky! A lot of glyphs had to be adjusted to make this work.This is a clone
A smaller version of Esperhand.
Original size: 5.25pt (use multiples of this size for pixel perfection)
A pixel font which combines four experimental techniques at once:
1. Structurally disconnecting the stems from the open parts of letters.
2. Allowing glyphs to extend beyond the reaches of width and starting position.
3. Designing glyphs specifically to connect and form new shapes, rather than simply allowing shapes to emerge from existing characteristics.
4. Designing glyphs so that the overall font is free of a need for kerning.
Alternates are now on UPPER CASE. I'll continue to update this as I get more ideas!
Original size: 6.75pt (use multiples of this value for pixel perfection)
Formerly known as "Specula".
By request, a font with the two-toned look of a Pokéball. No filters! The Pokédollar sign can be found on "¢" and a Pokéball is on "•".
"Eviolite" is an item that powers up the defenses of Pokémon that are not fully evolved. Looks like a lavender-colored gem.
I took the line width variation of Art Deco fonts and turned it 90 degrees to create something bottom-heavy. The result looks really technological and reminds me of 1980s PC microsystems like the Sharp x86000, BBC Micro, Dragon32, and so on.
By request, "a font that looks like a hybrid of Greek and Latin".
This is designed to be modular. UPPER CASE contains the standard glyphs. Alternates are on the lowercase as well as the More Latin band.
"Novus Graecorum" means "The New Greek".
Supports Dutch, English, and Greek!
By request, a chat/comics font which combines features of "Micro Machina" and "Chlorophyte". I took some other liberties with it as well in order to make it more distinctive (see MSVWacegjmtyz).
This turned out extremely well! It's more open and airy than many of my larger designs, and is pleasant and easy to read even at the original size.
Supports Dutch and English.
The font used for dogs' dialogue in my game Seven Candles.
It breaks up clusters of words wherever punctuation appears. This might help with reading it out loud, by showing how long a sentence is at a glance and making it very obvious where to pause.
Font for Razma TV, a procedural TV show generator.
This has already proven quite useful for making scanline art!
The original form of Snake Basket. This design coils on itself, but not to the extent that it makes spirals.
Named for the eidotya, snakes that weave themselves together and perform synchronized movements with a flock-like mentality. They're fictional and found in my own video games, of course!This is a clone of Snake Basket
Version 1.1: bfkq were altered to make them less identical to other glyphs and add some detail to the outlines of words.
Welcome to the Snake Basket. Here, pixelated snakes are charmed using the dulcet tones of Lil' Jon and Celtic Frost. The resulting elation, or perhaps PTSD, causes the snakes to coil into pecuilar shapes which resemble font glyphs.
Okay, that's not really the story. The story is that I always wanted to make a font that was all spirals and accidentally made it while trying to make something else. Now, after many attempts and refinements, I have something that is basically all-spirals. Huzzah!
An alternative chatfont designed for lazy people who sit way back in their chairs and view LCD screens at non-optimal angles... like me!
This is made with two simple but highly effective techniques:
1. Not letting protuding lines go all the way to the edge of the glyph.
2. Drawing so that outline, rather than linework, determines the shapes of glyphs.
Two fonts used in the game Naively. Only the original character sets have been included.
By request, "a font where all the letters look like Mega Man capsules."
Version 1.5: Added Greek and made many refinements. Also came up with a new tilde design for all the glyphs that have one.
By request, a casual art deco design.
A slightly large, bookish chatfont made for a friend. Bold version.
Original size: 8.25pt (use multiples of this size for pixel perfection)This is a clone of Motormouth
A slightly large, bookish chatfont made for a friend. Regular version.
Original size: 8.25pt (use multiples of this size for pixel perfection)
For this font the idea was to make something which looked extremely clear at small sizes and which was optimized for speedreading. The low-polygonal style combined with the thick lines makes this a good font for footnotes and marginalia, thus the name.
A font made for a friend who 3D prints custom NERF mods. This will be used in several product designs.
This font is also referred to internally as "Jackhammer", because it was first used in the field on a NERF mod inspired by the Pancor Jackhammer.
Fyromrese style pseudorunic Latin.
This started as a tiny version of Ballotine and then gradually acquired the cartoon-esque look it has now. It gives me a mild "noir" feeling.
Tiny font with a 1x5 global matrix.
Sometimes the smallest and simplest change produces the most drastic results.This is a clone of Quartzthrone
Version 1.1: S and Z were experimentally altered. Added numerals.
An experimental design which calls to mind medieval wattle-and-daub houses, round windows, targeting reticles, quadratic cheese wheels, and the math equations of the mad.
It's named for Ione Falstin, daughter of Rhoen, a character from one of my own stories who came up with the idea which was later refined into the mathematical concept of "Falstin's Demon".
The preview is not kind to this one, but I rather like the weathered effect it provides. It helps the font's intended aesthetic.
This font has everything Zeph-y. Decolike shapes, half-arcs, procedural asymmetry, slight gaudiness, and an ampersand that looks like a priest with a cross walking on the ocean waves.
A slightly leafy engraving-style Decolike.
Solid Quartzthrone. Somehow, this looks more "cartoonish" than the others.This is a clone of Quartzthrone