Laevi is an Ancient Themed Font
Uppercase Letters: normal letters
Lowercase Letters: has some modifications (ß is an exception)
C, E, F, H, K, N, S, and X: has connections upwards
L, N, R, and Z: has connections downwards
G and Q: has a swoosh
O: has a different design
Numbers : normal numbers
< : different design of 0
> : connection upwards 2
$ : connection upwards 4
^ : connection upwards 6
` : connection downwards 9
Inspired by radios' displays.This is a clone of Digital Radio Display 14 Seg
Inspired by radios' digital segment-displays.
I wanted to try my hand at something I've never done before, a connected font. Inspired by, "Stabby - Unreachable".
Chic Cintu is a bold, with opened gaps between each letter form, and ribboned font. Cintu is a spanish word for ribbon.
This is the first public font I made using padding.
A neat little futuristic font I whipped up in about an hour or two. Capital A is the logo. Sorry about the uneven spacing, there really isn't much I can do about that.
This typeface form is adapted from a typical Indonesian street food meatballs, a round shape on typeface describes the shape of meatballs, which are round and always served in a bowl of beef broth. The distinctive taste of the meatballs is so enjoyable that it has always been a favorite food of Indonesian society.
An unconventional way to construct 5x5 pixel-based font using nudging facility to give an effect of distortion. Aaand yes, it's readable at pixel size.
Some letters I couldn't work out how to make, so I left them out. A futuristic little logo I made for fun, but feel free to use it. Just make sure to give credit to me when you do.
Crazy Font with a Digital glitch kind of feel to it.
PLEASE TELL ME IN THE COMMENTS IF YOU ARE GOING TO USE IT COMMERCIALLY.
Obviously this is just a pixelized form, if anyone would like to make a smoothed out version, be my guest, and let me know when you finish!
This is a phonemic alphabet, although it does not account for glottal stops, etc.
[pP] = pig
[bB] = big
[f] = fine
[v] = vine
[F] = thin
[V] = then
[T] = bats
[s] = bass
[z] = is
[t] = ten
[dD] = den
[cC] = witch
[S] = wish
[j] = verge
[Z] = version
[kK] = cot
[gG] = got
[mM] = might
[n] = night
[lL] = gall
[N] = gong
[hH] = hello
[e] - bet
[A] - bait
[o] - bought
[a] - bat
[i] - bit
[O] - boat
[u] - but
[E] - beet
[U] - boot
[r] - burn
[I] - bite
[W] - bear
[R] - bar
[Q] - bow
[w] - bore
This is a code I invented.
Many of the capital letters are redundant to the lowercase equivalent:
To type a standard letter, the keys are:
Some letters or letter combinations can be written as accents over other letters (meaning never use these at the beginning of a word) to save space:
"e" = e; "h" = h; "he" = T; "ly" = L; "n" = n;
"r" = r; "s" = s; "ing" = G; "es" = X;
There are a few special rules:
-the 'r' accent can represent "er" but only at the end of a word
-o + [a,i,or u] can be written as one character:
"ou" = oU; "oa" = oA; "oi" = oI;
-the above rule also applies to "qu", which can be typed as qU;
-if a letter would be doubled, an accent is written under it to save space: "tt" = t`; "oo" = o`; etc.
-if an accent would be doubled, an accent is written under its base letter to save space: "inn" = in~; "bee" = be~; etc.
Only one accent can be below a character and one above. If any conflict, write the word in the most efficient way possible without any conflicts. If there is more than one equally efficient way to write a word, follow these rules:
-"e" has precedence - "ben" would be written beN, not bEn
-if ^ does not solve, just write the first letter as an accent rather than the second - "cans" would be canS, not caNs
-if there is a double [e,r,s,or n], only use ` or ~ to show it: never write "bee" as beE, only be~; never write "knee" as kNeE, only knE`;
if anyoNe finds a word that bReaks tT above RulX, let me know. also, fe~l frE` to cloNe tT font and make a Non-pixelized veRsion of it. if yoU do, let me know!