A serif typeface with a historic feel. Use this in posters, adverts or timetables. (originally made for the LET IT OUT! sign)
FORMERLY NAMED HISTORY SERIF - RENAMED FOR THIS YEAR
A blackletter font charted from historic French cross stitch book Maison Sajou Miniature Album no. 6. The J and W have been added (at least, I think the letter in the original was an I, so I made a J to match). The spacing of the white dots and the top left flourishes on most of the letters are weirdly inconsistent.
The pattern was found at http://patternmakercharts.blogspot.com/2009/12/sajou-no-6.html
Charted from historic French cross stitch book Maison Sajou Miniature Album no. 3. The pattern was found at http://patternmakercharts.blogspot.com/2009/07/pattern-maker-xsd-file-sajou-no-3.htmlThis is a clone of Sajou 002-5
Charted from historic French cross stitch book Maison Sajou Miniature Album no. 2. I created the missing W from two Vs. The pattern was found on http://patternmakercharts.blogspot.com/2009/07/pattern-maker-xsd-file-sajou-no-2.html
Strictly 8x16/8x8 monospaced arcade-style font inspired by Old Church Slavonic manuscripts and Cyrillic vyaz majuscules. Designed for all-lowercase body text with occasional all-caps headers, as in historical manuscripts- but works well with mixed caps.
500+ glyphs, including extensive support for accented Latin letters, world currency symbols, and custom Roman numerals, along with assorted dingbats and multiocular O scribal glyphs used in Old Church Slavonic in text referencing eyes.
Support for majuscule punctuation, more non-Latin scripts, and more extended Latin & dingbats possibly upcoming.
If you know any of the non-Latin scripts included, please let me know of any gaps/accuracy or legibility issues!
1.3.0 - Now with (basic) Greek support!
1.3.1 - Finished punctuation, archaic, & diacritical Greek glyphs
1.4.0 - Russian/Ukranian Cyrillic support + small dingbat additions
1.4.1 - Most Early Cyrillic glyphs added
1.4.2 - Old Church Slavonic support should be finished
Armenian support in progress...
Bulgarian/Macedonian/etc. Cyrillic support
Armenian, Georgian, Coptic support
African, Cherokee, and Canadian Aboriginal script support
Uniliteral Hieroglyphs - they connected to the equivalent sounding letter on the keyboard, in the cases of H,h and X,x all make a similar sound with some variation. If there are alternate signs available they are included as the capitalised versions. Note this cannot be used for transliteration purposes (for example, 'j' is not a leaf, but a snake as it is the closest to making a 'j' sound)
Replicates the "font" in a standard IBM punch card, oriented in the standard direction. Contains all 63 characters with duplicated letters for convenience.