This font will not be useful to you, I almost certain of that. I created it for my own project.
I was looking for a tiny ~7pts pixelated font that is simple, sans-serif, legible and supports Cyrillic (Russian) letters, as well as a few other select symbols. I failed to find a suitable font neither among the preinstalled, nor online, so made my own.
I know for a fact this font is more compact than Franklin Gothic Medium w/o aliasing at 7px. Looks cleaner, too.
V1.1: Changed "6" a little so it wouldn't like "б", Russian lowercase letter for "B". Also fixed Latin lowercase "h" and "f".
Based on the Elf Boy Classic font, I felt it could be improved and have lowercase letters. Started out as a design for cross-stitch purposes.
A light variant of BlockTrain. Pixel/Bitmap style font with Sqaure Edges
Addition Cyrillic letters made by "Dmitriy Sychiov" (Sychoff)
A light rounded variant of BlockTrain. Pixel/Bitmap style font with Rounded EdgesThis is a clone of BlockTrain Rounded
A rounded varient of BlockTrain. Pixel/Bitmap style font with Rounded EdgesThis is a clone of BlockTrain Regular
Pixel/Bitmap style font with Squared Edges
maybe i'll finish this; maybe i won't. probably not. y'all got any ideas for < and > ?
* edit: i noticed that this font looks very similar to 'jetstream' by @afrojet. frick. im probably gonna get in trouble for copying something that i didn't know already existed. tell me if i should make this private again.
added fun alternates in the private use areaThis is a clone of Thinlyn (#nfnw)
A legible condensed font, with kerning and shoulder joints.
For alternative letters, See the alternative version here.
simple sans is... well... a simple 7x4(ish) sans-serif pixel font. but not really. there are a lot of funky details hding in the glyphs. try to catch them all!
this is currently the most-glyphed font i ever have which is not a clone of some other font.
this font is gonna have 1000+ glyphs very very soon!
this experiment is now abandoned. i will work on a new unicode font soon.
04 JULY 2022
Added U+FFFC (OBJECT REPLACEMENT CHARACTER)
Added U+E000 (.notdef)
Fixed U+FFFD (REPLACEMENT CHARACTER)
One of my first actual fonts made with only two triangle blocks. All of the triangles are the same size; they never connect to form a wider triangle.
A sans-serif pixel font meant to be somewhat small and very legible. This is just my PlainAndSimple font with added Latin-1 characters and some adjustments to numbers and punctuation in Basic Latin. Most upper-case glyphs and numbers are 5 blocks wide plus 1 block for spacing, and from baseline to caps-height is 8 blocks. The descender is 2 blocks below the baseline, and accents on capital letters can go up an extra 3 blocks, so the total max height of a line is 13 blocks. Lower-case letters tend to be less wide than upper-case ones.This is a clone of PlainAndSimple
"There is no spoon."
A remake of an older font of mine.
I think it looks better now.
STF_EIN BERLINER - Condensed geometric sans-serif typeface.
Inspired by the lettering seen on a variety of different Dutch and German street signs.
The simple and clean geometric letterforms provide this typeface with a strong legibility in both display & body style text.
(grid size 3,5 × 7 at 2x2 brick size filter)
Based off of a puzzle game Idea I have.
It's sort of like a cross between Gunpey and a 1-D Sudoku.
If you want to see the specific rules to the game, take a look at this document:
A font designed for small sizes. Blockle is my most readable text font yet.
This project has changed my view of type by being patient and to really think about how the typeface will be protrayed in a product. My typeface reminds me of an "old-school" videogame. I had alot of fun with this project because I got familier with the tools in this program very quickly. I hope you enjoy my font, Funky Pixels!
Original size: 15pt
A font which has a spurless, sans-serif, pixelated polygonal look which is somewhat reminescent of fonts used in VHS technology.
A lot of applied science went into this design. It's designed to remain legible on all media in all use conditions, provided that one uses the original size or a multiple thereof. Numerous technologies and mediums were employed to realize this objective.
"Diaspora" was tested and refined for use with/on/against:
• CRT, LCD & e-Ink screens
• image formats & compressed imagery (GIF, JPG)
• printers (inkjet, bubble jet, laserjet, & thermal)
• analog video & multi-generational copies (VHS, Super 8)
• digital video (AVI, MP4, MPEG, WEBM, WMV)
• 3D and voxel models (Blender, MagicaVoxel, POV-Ray)
• dynamic scaling hardware (game consoles and capture devices)
• imagery plugins & filters, including image degraders
• image scaling/interpolation hardware & software
• image recognition hardware & software
These all have traits which degrade, distort, compress, glitch, or otherwise alter imagery in various ways. This design aims to minimize the loss of legibility from these effects and to attain the best scores possible in various forms of imagery analysis. So far, this has proved extremely useful, as it can remain fully legible even when extreme JPG or video compression are applied to it thousands of times.
A piece of software I helped write, called the Marinan Imagery Deconstruction AI System (MIDAS), is being used on captured images of this font. The end objective is to realize the design which has the best all-around Marinan Interpretability Value (MIV) for all the tested platforms - the design which is considered by MIDAS to be the most legible in the most media under the broadest range of use conditions and quality levels.
MIDAS uses a set of considerations made with both humans and computers in mind, so a high MIV does not necessarily equal a better font - it just means one that the system thinks is easier to visually interpret. Note the use of the phrase "visually interpret" as opposed to "read". MIDAS tries to determine how well people and computers can tell what shapes are, not how much enjoyment they'll get from reading or how much strain they might undergo while doing it.
1.0.0 - initial release.
1.0.1 - More Latin support added.
1.0.2 - First batch of tests run.
1.0.3 - gjy5&ßẞ were improved, some glyphs added.
1.0.4 - Second batch of tests run. Space width reduced.
1.0.5 - Experimentally converted to a rounded spurless design, then converted back to a plain spurless after testing. A few new ligatures were added.
1.0.6 - Cyrillic and Greek enter development. Many of these letters must be altered to be distinct from their Latin counterparts.
1.0.7 - Some spacing values changed to increase internal consistency. More difficult tests are being devised. However, since only I seem interested in this type of work, this project is going on hiatus for some time.
See also: AMFA, a font built with similar considerations in mind
SPARSENESS is a minimalistic type design with a modern appearance.
It's main purpose was the aim to perform well even at a small point-size. Therefore the letterforms carefully keep plenty of open space in order to remain legible even at small point-size.
- For the best fontstruct preview set pixel resolution value to 13.
My second attempt to make my own block set
My attempt at a headliner font. This is made to look very regular, even "generic", but also very clearly readable - the sort of font you might expect to see in advertising agencies, publishing houses, hospitals, and government buildings.
Use with kerning turned ON!
High-res version of Marengi.
This is made to be ultramodern and ultraregular, just as high-tech futuristic corporations are wont to make their fonts.
Recommended: Use with kerning and antialiasing turned ON!