Continuing on the theme of overzealously antialiased pixel fonts, here's a 3x5 no-wasted-matrix design. The shading enabled me to make many glyphs which normally need to be truncated or compressed (MWaemswz@«©»®, etc). Looks best at 2x Pixel size!
This gives me an "old newspaper" feeling and seems like the kind of font that would be used for the text of such newspapers in old adventure games.
Unfortunately, I could not get the shading effect to work in any graphics software except by turning antialiasing on, and this ruins the look. So if you want to render text in this font, I recommend going to View -> User Input, typing your text here on this page, and then screen capturing it...
A readable, low-resolution pixel font in block letters.This is a clone
my goal was to creat the smallest font possible. so i decided to to take a 3x5 pixel grid for creating the font. but most special characters are a bit bigger. see also 3x5px fleisch for the none printing areas of this font http://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/3x5px_fleisch
if you want to use this font for commercial matters. get in contact with me. the commercial use of this font is bind to a donation to any children health care in your country. I want to see the transfer voucher of the donation.
because negative space is all the rage these days
i put like 0 effort into this so there might still be some font left over, lemme know if you find it
btw how many times has this been done before? i'm genuinely curious
recommended use: don't
alternate name: the emperor's new font
the german word fleisch defines the none printing area of a metal type. in this case the none printing areas of 3x5px http://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/3x5px_1
if you want to use this font for commercial matters. get in contact with me. the commercial use of this font is bind to a donation to any children health care in your country. I want to see the transfer voucher of the donation.This is a clone of 3x5px
Strict monospaced 3x5 font. Reasonably legible and balanced. Includes upper- and lower-case, digits, punctuation, the whole lower half of CP437. Largely derived from Tom Thumb (MIT or CC-BY 3.0 or CC0 license): http://robey.lag.net/2010/01/23/tiny-monospace-font.html
All letters and numbers are only 3x5 pixels (with the exception of 3 letters which are 5x5) making this the most pixely pixel font out there! Currently some symbols are supported, and more may be added in the future.
Recent changes to this font:
- I updated the font so it works better on the new spacing.
- I added a few symbols.