Just a simple font that's made to look like klaxons, blinkers, sirens, warning flashers, etc. I made this design small so that the klaxons could be placed onto other pixel art.
Perhaps I'll do a bigger version of this which animates like a rotating police siren! That would likely take 8 frames or more for each glyph, so it would be fairly arduous.
Original size: 10.5pt (use multiples of this value for pixel perfection)
I started with an omega symbol, then bent and twisted it many times. This is the result. Is Weirdo English my new calling?
Original size: 5.25px (use multiples of this value for pixel perfection)
On its way home from Galacto-Zorgalorg, Kitchen Sink crashed on a strange exoplanet. It emerged from its ship to discover the ground was dimethylmercury and the atmosphere smelled of broccoli. As Kitchen Sink obstinately fumbled around outside its ship, it fell into a Pixelation Pit! This quantized Kitchen Sink's body like a garbage disposal, resulting in the form we see here. Pixelated, space-marooned and anthropomorphized at the same time - that's the fate of Kitchen Sink. What a FREAKIN' WEIRDO!
Original size: 7.5pt (use multiples of this value for pixel perfection)
My attempt at making a Unown font where all the letters are consistent in size. This is original pixel art made using a high-res reference. It's made to be a nice-looking design, not to be 100% accurate to the games. Upper case is fully kerned.
"We Dunno" is an anagram for "Unowned".
Original size: 6.75pt (use multiples of this value for pixel perfection)
Recommended: Use with kerning turned ON!
I came up with an original high-res design, then brickswapped to turn everything into square bricks. The result sort of reminds me of Proxima Punch Pixel Squared, but less art deco and more computer-esque. It has a really old and naive look to it which could make it good for retro-terminal use.
"Buttons Foe" = "Obtuse Font". Not only is it an obtuse font in look and construction, it's reminescent of an era when computers were thought of as adversarial, magic voodoo boxes. So both the name and the anagram are equally applicable. :^)
For this I tried to create a "crusader speak" - something that looked holy and radiant and more than a little ancient. But it could also serve many other purposes.
The vowels and pseudovowels have doubled lines.
5x5 font with a distorted, skewed, or glitched look about it. Plays well with actual glitch effects.
A 5x5 design inspired by architecture, geometric design principles, and terracing. Many letters look precarious - only a good architect could build structures that balanced so well.
Despite having achieved a satisfactory and distinct look with this, I'm not sure if Architecture is the best motif for it... it may evolve more...
An experimental 25-segment display. This one is also made to produce various optical effects at different sizes.
A 5x5 font which has vertical bilateral symmetry, as if a mirror were covering half of it. Surprisingly readable!
A fairly standard 5x5 design with a little added flair. The sort of text you might expect to see in fantasy maps and atlases.
Original size: 3.75pt (use multiples of this value for pixel perfection)