Clone of Mr Do. Font from the Mr. Do series, Lady Bug and Jumping Jack: Lady Bug, (C) 1981 Universal; Mr. Do, (C) 1982 Universal; Mr. Do's Castle, (C) 1983 Universal; Mr. Do's Wild Ride, (C) 1984 Universal; and Jumping Jack, (C) 1984 UniversalThis is a clone of Mr Do
This is a royal looking font that uses lots of thick lines and dimonds. This font is intended for Display but not body type.
A bricks experiment in which the bricks are made of bricks. (Yo Dawg.) The name comes from a Duck Game map created by my amazing friend, Star. It seemed fitting. :^)
Original proportions are reached at sizes that are multiples of 21pt! Use 21pt, 42pt, etc. to get them.
Best with antialiasing turned off, although you can do smooth stone, gel, or gem-like looks with different antialiasing modes in your graphics software.
Just an experiment. Build your own pixel castle with this.
* ABANDONED PROJECT *
This one is being published as a curiosity. I plan to revisit it in a larger scale, so I can pack more detail (maybe even entire towns!) into each glyph. A few people wanted to see this version so here it is.
This font is made to have the features of castles. (Proper balance and support not included!)
Arrow Slits - Also called "murder holes", they allowed defenders to safely repel invaders with arrows or spears.
Batters - Angled sections at the bottom of the walls. Onto these, the defenders would throw stones and other objects so that they would bounce toward invaders.
Crenellations - Cutout segments at the top which provided cover for archers.
Moat - A large ditch which helped to restrict access to the castle.
Portcullis - A mechanically-raised, reinforced gate.