I’m making new pixel font. IN PROGGRESS
I cheated by using layers to create these twists.
An Outline Pixel Font Based On @Teratoma's PFP.
Decorative, ArtDeco-ish all uppercase font for TwentiesComp. Got carried away and added Cyrillic too ;) Enjoy!
Still dreaming of 24-pin printers...
This original 24×15 typeface is designed around the limitations presented by the near letter quality (NLQ) output of dot matrix printers (DMPs) during the '80s & '90s. Partially inspired by J. David Sapir's DOS font design program, LQMATRIX, it could have easily been created using that program back in the day.
(The "smart phone"-looking character in the À position is simply a placeholder, used as a quick reference to set vertical height lines while FontStructing.)
This is the font used in the Super Mario video games released in the early years of the Nintendo DS, such as Super Mario 64 DS, Mario Kart DS, and New Super Mario Bros.
I got these while playing the multiplayer mode of SM64DS. Your console nick was displayed in this font after every game, so I put nicknames with every single glyph available (about 150) and recreated all of them on Flipnote Studio years ago.
The initial set of glyphs included the basic signs and all non-English letters available on the DS keyboard. But there are some other glyphs that were not available on the keyboard, or the game recognised them as "?", such as #, %, æ, å, ø, or §. These are made by me (and therefore, not official), trying to mimic the style of the ones available, so the "Google Fonts Basic" block of glyphs is already complete.
This font can be complemented with its Filled version (https://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/1807795/super-mario-ds-version-outline-2) for better results.