Updated Minkler edition by me. As you can see, there are many glyphs to have fun a lot. But still no Japanese symbols, and rarely you'll find Japanese Pixel fonts by me. Anyways, I hope you enjoy it, thanks for downloading and let me know your thinkings about "Minkler" commenting and rating ;)
Hey there! This is the VIP edition of my first font "Reblinking" and I hope you like it, thanks for downloading it and let me know your thinkings here ;)
Reblinking. Similar to both fonts called "Visitor" by Ænigma and "SadMachine", decided to remaster them to a raised amount of letters and symbols, now available the Cyrillic and even more latin letters. I love pixels, and this might be the supposed reason why I made this font in base. This font is reserved to use in gaming cases as well, such as showcasing the best moments in your favorite game. This is the only font from those both similar ones compatible for Russian, Ukranian, Serbian and Vietnamese languages; I made it to let it easier for European and Asian relations with themselves for those who are looking for this font. Also, I hope you all enjoy this awesome font and thanks for downloading it. Don't be bored if you find something weird in this font; I'm just a starter and I'm testing it, and soon I'll make more fonts. Don't forget to rate Reblinking here after you download it… just let me know about your thinkings here;)
Orient, from The Print Shop Companion for the Commodore 64 by Broderbund Software.
I never got to use Orient - my copy of PS Companion had two bad files, the fonts Orient and Deco (which were my two favourites from the samples in the manual! Go figure). Whilst many Asian-style fonts exist, they weren't as wide as this one. Orient is much more... inelegant.
Characters are all that were in Print Shop... if anything I should fix the pairs kerning.
A visually pleasing alternative alphabet. Simply start each word you type in UPPER CASE and finish each word with a period (.) Looks great as an Arabesque, Far-East cipher.This is a clone
This font was created from experimentation with fur and inspired by how it can flow so freely. It took many different routes and ended up evoking an oriental theme based on spectacular treasures discovered in the Han royal tombs in China. These treasures are displayed in an exhibition named 'The Search for Immortality' and holds free flowing dragon forms that are made from solid jade stone. I chose to reflect the way thick hair flows into my design that creates distinguishable letterforms, both unique and complimentary of one another.