So this is basically how you can design each letter of the alphabet using 2x4 wooden planks. I can also show you the difficulty level for some of these letters. For example: the letters L, T, and I are the easiest to make, letters like R (which is what I'm gonna make) is in the medium level, and the letter G is the hardest to make. Examples of letters that have similar difficulty levels include Q and O (where Q is just an O with an extra thing at the bottom), E and F (where E is just an F with an extra 45° angle at the bottom), and W and M (exactly the same difficulty, with W just being an M upside-down). But, even though G and C have similar shapes, the letter G having an extra line makes it indeed much harder to make than the letter C, making it actually the hardest to make out of all the letters.
Note: This font is being heavily worked on, many of the expanded assets are bound to change in the future. With new ones being added semi-regularly.
The main language seen in the videogame Stray, used by the robots as communication. However it's more of a cipher than a proper language. Therefore it can be transformed into a font/typeface for people to use.
9/5/2022 - First Release, only basic latin.
Original typeface credit given to developers of the game Stray, I only take credit for the portions added onto the already existing typeface.
So am there!
A work u+3104 whats bubbles?
unicode what to next version:Unicode 14
A working to latin extended-h?
12/01/2022 (1.0.0):First Release
09/02/2022 (1.1.0):First Unicode 15 Upgraded Draft
07/03/2022 (1.1.1):Unicode 15 Review The Codes (L2/22-056)
20/03/2022 (1.2.0):Draft Boomless 4488 Characters
25/03/2022 (1.2.1):Fixel Windows 11 BabelMap
26/03/2022 (1.2.2):Suport Windows 11 Emoji
06/04/2022 (1.2.3):Fixed iOS 15.4 Font Download
07/04/2022 (1.2.4):CLDR Version Fourty-One Relased!, Combing At April 19...
12/04/2022 (1.3.0):Support LG Velet Emojis in zFont 3
21/04/2022 (1.3.1):Fixed All Currency Symbols
22/04/2022 (1.3.1a):What's New Unicode 15 Reviews
24/04/2022 (1.4.0):Fixed Small Bugs
25/04/2022 (2.0.0):Future Version 15.0
1/06/2022 (2.0.1):Second Unicode 15 Upgraded Draft
10/06/2022 (2.0.1):fixeds of unicodes
Ocelot - A monospaced sans-serif font with no curves!
Inspired by Igiari.
Inspired by Neoletters.
Main text font for numerous Sierra SCI games. The version from Space Quest I VGA includes several copy protection symbols and the Roman numeral I. The version from Space Quest IV includes Roman numerals IV and XII, plus a horizontal ™. These glyphs are located in the More Latin area. Circumflex Accent ^ by Goatmeal. Sierra Resource File Tags: "font.004" ; "4.fon" ; "1107.fon" ; "1207.fon"
Please note that "font.004" in the early Hoyle games contain a bold variant of this font.
I made another font, just like everyone on this website. I learned about the composite tool and used it a few times in this font. I hope you can use this font.
It's been some time since I was on this site. The lowercase only use top slopes, while uppercase uses top and bottom slopes. The numbers use pairs of slopes that move in the same direction.
This is a font.
The title stands for "I've Made Too Many Pixel Fonts So I Don't Know What To Call This Font".
Around the time I made this font, I was under the impression that the internet is too full of people who misuse and overuse memes that weren't funny to begin with. See, I didn't have YouTube or any mainstream social media site back then; rather, I grew up on Scratch and mostly Flipnote Hatena, whose main populace consists of younger creators (or "jellyfish," as I referred to them, for going with the flow), so that kind of explains. However, FontStruct was different. I was never bombarded with trash memes the whole time I was on this site! To "celebrate," I spontaneously built this little fontstruction on a whim. It must not have hit me that that was because FontStruct isn't 50% made of 12-year-olds, or isn't built to make animations, or isn't requiring a handheld game console to create content for. I originally uploaded the font with this cringy description (warning, may not be factually accurate):
"People on the internet often think alike. Which sucks, b/c you don't often get to see creative stuff. A good example is scratch.mit.edu. It's a great website where you make games, animations, art, and other cool stuff. Then you can share these projects with people of all ages around the world. I encourage you to try it! However, Scratch is currently being trashed w/ uncreative humor animations that are all about 3 to 20 seconds, and they mostly use random glitchy humor, which takes no time to create. However, the community @ FS here don't act like such jellyfish; they don't go with the flow like other social sites. To celebrate, I have fontstructed this nice little font here! :)"
Uuugh, where did I get these opinions from??
Tpying "#" produces a heart and "%" gives you a smiley face. If anyone can think of a better name for this font, I'd love to know in the comments.