Published: 4th March, 2012
Last edited: 4th March, 2012
Created: 4th March, 2012
To be as as compact as possible horizontally and legible at small sizes... Based closely off of the work of Thomas Whetnall at http://eight2empire.blogspot.com/2012/02/exploring-type.html , this tiny proportional-width pixel font is meant to be used in games where space is at a premium. Its widest glyphs are 5 pixels across (not including spacing between characters), and at most 8 pixels tall. I have made a few modifications from the original, on the characters 'H', 'I', 'K', 'l', 'u', 'w', '0', '@', and possibly changing the vertical positions of some punctuation. I added in some Latin-1 glyphs that show up a lot, like the copyright symbol and the ellipsis. This font strongly emphasizes the difference between glyphs rather than using traditional letter-forms, so while it may look odd at first, the legibility could grow on you.
Published: 24th April, 2011
Last edited: 24th April, 2011
Created: 11th September, 2010
This font is tribute to the Norwegian band Gåte[WP], and inspired by the logo of the band.
This is my first non-pixel font. :-)
I'm not that happy with the "v" glyph (maybe I'll make the "v" look more like the "u". I've made an alternative "u" and "v" in the more latin place, but I guess that "u" breaks with the overall style).
I'm also not happy with the "z", "/", "%" and "\" glyphs, so I'm open to ideas, if anyone has any comments. (The rounded ends on the "/", "%" and "\" glyphs is not the best (zoom in to see it)).
Any better ideas on the name? One alternative is "riddle me this" ("Gåte" is norwegian for "riddle").
Any ideas for the "æ" and the "ø" glyphs?
I've made an alternative glyph for the number 6 (on the À glyph).
The height on the "e", "f", "s", and "x" glyphs should've been the same as the "a" glyph.
Published: 12th April, 2011
Last edited: 23rd September, 2011
Created: 26th March, 2011
The 8x14 screen font from "Microsoft Word" version 5.0A, (C) 1989 Microsoft Corporation. I stared at this one for hours on end while writing papers for college during the early '90s...
Published: 3rd October, 2010
Last edited: 31st March, 2011
Created: 30th September, 2010
Inspired by my version of a typeface used in many early LucasArts adventures ("Henry Goes To Atlantis"), I wanted to see what my favorite style & size of the Terminal font would look like. So here it is...This is a clone of Command Prompt 08x12
Published: 8th October, 2009
Last edited: 31st March, 2011
Created: 7th October, 2009
Inspired by Terminal Raster Font 8x12 by MicroSoft - Windows XP version. My favorite style/size for the Terminal font. Certainly not as many international or expanded characters as Krystman's "DOS System Font", but suitable for most applications. More Terminal sizes to come...
Published: 9th October, 2008
Last edited: 10th October, 2008
Created: 9th October, 2008
Optically spaced 8 pixel tall body typeface, with subtle details so as to look organic, within a pixel grid. Leading suitable even for multiple sentences to be read easily.