>Is(like)a handwritting font, any comments?
all i can say is: WOW
Scoles, Thanks for the comments, and yes. I hope to sell something one day, maybe with the Atomic people ;} and right, Rocket is so cool! Well here´s the light weight. Miguel
I ask and receive. Very nice. It certainly doesn’t have the power of the bold, but it works, and gives a designer a second option. Now show me a Futura Display at 12 pixels high. and I will name my ﬁrstborn son “Miguel”. http://www.myfonts.com/FontFamily6331.html Stephen
Stephen, It`s a deal! -D45 works in text, just like this: Next time, Show me something hard to do (…) Miguel
Ooo, tough guy. Ok, try this one: http://www.myfonts.com/Testdrive?p=48&s=Bitmap+me%2C+Miguel&id=63694&submit=display Stephen
>As a good Graphic Designer all i have to say is: Nothing >Important: I´m working very hard in the smallest screen font on earth, some of this font are used now in this examples( the “copyright” typography) and i´m ﬁghting right now, (with the legibility) cause is going to be the smallest…please tell me your opinion! Miguel .
The smallest font in terms of cartesian resolution is 3x3 units. It [partly] uses luminance values (shades of gray) to convey shape. Look at the outline font AlienGray3 for an idea of what I’m talking about (but it’s not an easy font to ﬁnd). hhp
Hrant If is posible that put a gif image of this font here? i`m very interested. miguel
I’ve only seen it two places. One was a book called “Face 2 Face” (I think), which I never bought: over-priced. The other, I don’t remember… :-/ Sorry. But bascially it uses circles of three diﬀerent sizes placed on a 3x3 grid to create the glyph image. It’s UC-only (I think). hhp
Funny, I just ran into the book again about an hour ago. The book is actually called “Faces on the Edge”. The font is called “Alien:Gray”. It was made by Joshua Distler (Shift foundry) in 1995. hhp
Mhhh…i found it, and is very interesting to me. Let see ﬁrst
The Thirstype people make another try:
incredible that idea is so very highly original.. it really solves many problems. btw miguel — i have tried numereous times to create the smallest font. and there are inﬁnite number of problems. in the end (which i hope wont be your end), i quitted and ﬂexed the font so much until it became just a normal sized screen font
Slick. In your original sample, are the O and the D too similar?
Miguel, This is the best pixel script I’ve seen. It’s very much a lo-res FB Rocket (http://www.fontbureau.com/specimens/rocket.html) I think it could be very useful, and certainly marketable if you ever wish to sell it. Is a light weight companion possible? Stephen