Only the second monospace I publish - I dislike the restriction as it just makes some glyphs look ugly no matter what you try. And don't ask me why I didn't set the spacing to mono, does it make a difference for programs or just to Fontstruct?
https://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/422147/tessa_7This is a clone of Hi-lo
Currently only has Hangul components for modern Korean and other modern languages that use the Hangul alphabet.
sorry for the unimaginative name ;_;
This is an objectively better version of my NEStyle font.
Not finished. Will add more glyphs soon. Some inconsistencies may be fixed. More versions of this font will be created.
Also, am I the only one who gets lagged out a ton when I scroll down the "All letters" list?
Just like the original Spaceport font but with compacted lowercase characters.This is a clone of Spaceport Mono
Spaceport-style monospace font with no overhangs or underhangs. Inspiration from the Star Citizen Teasa Spaceport hologram sign. Looks informal in all caps and stylish in lowercase.
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.
In this font, I was going for a bold, serifed look and I noticed how it could be fit well with the lowercase letters a, s, and y.
This is based on a hand-lettering typeface I created for my artwork and have used for a number of years. Kind of exciting to finally see it in font form!