This is a monospaced sans-serif bitmap-style font designed primarily for use in music trackers, hence the "#" looking more like a "♯". It also makes a reasonable terminal font! As always, I'm keen to add more characters on request.
Long long ago, I created this bitmap font for use on my Handspring Visor so I could cram a huge amount of text on the screen without disrupting vertical metrics. It's still pretty good at that! This could also adapt well to pixel-art games. As always, I'll happily add more characters on request!
By special request, here's the most basic font in the Star Micronics NX-1020, an Epson-compatible 9-pin dot matrix printer.
Oh, and the character count lies. This is ASCII-only, codepoints 32–127. If anyone wants to see the rest of the available characters including across the other codepages, let me know!This is a clone
What started as a revisit of an old Impulse Tracker font, EK-WINTR, turned into an exercise in clarity and distinct letterforms in a small (4×8) array for as much as I could manage. I'll gladly add accented Latin letters on request (or as I get the urge), and I might have a go at filling in the Greek and Cyrillic alphabets soon if there's demand.
Note: E-Keet Winterlate BC is bicameral (typical upper-and lowercase forms). This is the “Alphabet 26” version (no distinction in forms between upper- and lower case).
Extra note: The vertical metrics are present wonky compared to the BC version because they're primarily calculated off of a few lowercase letters... which are very different between the two! Once FontStruct gains more direct control of vertical metrics, the generated fonts will line up fine.
Revision 2019-11-14: In loose regex terms, revised [MWmwÑñĒ™⇑], moved [₀-₉] to their correct slots, added [£←↑→↓⇒] and Roman numerals.
Revision 2019-11-16: Added [★☆].This is a clone
What started as a revisit of an old Impulse Tracker font, EK-WINTR, turned into an exercise in clarity and distinct letterforms in a small (4×8) array for as much as I could manage. I'll gladly add accented Latin letters on request (or as I get the urge), and I might have a go at filling in the Greek and Cyrillic alphabets if there's demand.
Note: This is the bicameral version (typical upper-and lowercase forms). E-Keet Winterlate A26 is the “Alphabet 26” version (no distinction in forms between upper- and lower case).
Revision 2019-11-13: In loose regex terms, revised [MWmw™⇑], added [£←↑→↓⇒] and Roman numerals.
Revision 2019-11-16: Added [★☆].This is a clone of E-Keet Winterlate A26
Just in case anybody wanted a small, serifed, pixel-sharp font with personality and figure (old-style) numerals, I whipped this up... then overachieved, perhaps. It has full Latin-1 and Latin Extended-A support, extended punctuation, most Greek, and as much Cyrillic as I could justify working on. It also has some Roman numerals, many arrows, and a few other random things.
If anyone out there actually wishes to use this for setting anything with Greek or Cyrillic alphabets, please let me know if I've made any terrible errors or if more characters are desired. I know better than to trust my typographical sense for alphabets I don't use in an actual language context!
Where are the caps? Who cares? A bold, minimal-grid font so named because it looks sort of jellybeany. Kind of. I'm still not sure I like how dark the 'k' seems, but any fix looks worse. If there's demand, I'll add an accented set, perhaps.
«Update 2017-03-29» – I've reworked the aforementioned K. I've changed the lowercase to be a thinner version, along with much of the punctuation. I've even filled out the Latin-1 Supplement, though I loosen up considerably on the basic design elements to get things to work within the established grid.