The only rule is simple: I was only allowed to use five shapes, although I could make composite shapes out of these shapes. More characters to be released soon. FYI: The numbers have sharp points to distinguish them from the letters.
Version 1: Basic Latin
Version 1.6: Some of the "More Latin" glyphs. These were hard to make! :| They don't look the greatest-any suggestions?
Published: 12th December, 2009
Last edited: 12th December, 2009
Created: 11th December, 2009
I wanted to make a font with the opposite concept of SquareOff, but with squareish letters.
This is an accented, oriental font made without any slants. Not a pixel font, but a beautiful result nonetheless.
Published: 12th March, 2009
Last edited: 14th March, 2009
Created: 9th March, 2009
Do you remember this from school, trying to make letters out of sqares by just adding some lines? This set is mainly inspired by these childish memories!
Published: 28th February, 2020
Last edited: 10th April, 2012
Created: 9th April, 2012
[Clone of Futuristic Terminal Display by Goatmeal.]
I really like the original font, but I thought about changing it a bit to fit my taste and to add some new glyphs into it. I slightly changed the shape of some letters, digits and symbols by adding that extra little segment at line ends (such as in "S", "6" and "?"), removed the "weird" dot from the "O", changed "1", "2" and "@", added a lot of other typographic and other symbols (for example "#", "~", "§" and superscript 1/2/3) and some accented letters.
The font is now capable of displaying english, hungarian, german and probably a couple other languages with extended latin alphabets, and is now fully usable in MS Office's "show whitespace" mode (has both the "pilcrow" and the "not" sign). Also includes soft hyphen and non-breaking space!This is a clone of Futuristic Terminal Display