(x) Wonderful Pixel/Bitmappy - Lilany {Kemie}

fluffypancakes's picture

I found this at Knitty.com and the editor REFUSES to tell anyone her secret font. I found a freeware typeface that is very similar called Teacher's Pet, but it doesn't connect nicely the way this does.

cheshiredave's picture

Didn't find that font, but in searching for it I stumbled upon a really nice collection of diverse pixel fonts. Now I can actually see myself trying pixel fonts in a web design, whereas before I thought it was just a trend I was hoping would go away.

nathaniel's picture

Try superscript from www.vectorize.de
It's not the one but its good.

hrant's picture

You know what I just realized? Making an automatic bitmap font ID system should be possible, and not too hard. I mean once you've compiled a database of bitmap fonts, or at least their distinctive glyphs.

hhp

spiral's picture

another similar one (and imo nicer) here:
http://www.lolailonline.com/eng/

fluffypancakes's picture

Even if I never find out what the one I am looking for is, everyone here has offered really great suggestions and in some cases, some that are even better. Thanks!

spiral's picture

I found it!!!!
its called lilany, and you can get it at:
http://www.pixelyn.net/

(Strange... very similar face and name to my lilabit :-) )

karen's picture

Hi Kemie. Great stuff. But I couldn't find lilabit on your pixilate site. Can you post a link? Thanks.

spiral's picture

lilabit is not yet finished, sadly. I
wouldnt assume any inspiration, stephen, as strong similarities are inevitable in bitmap/pixel fonts...

fluffypancakes's picture

Wow, thanks for the link Kemie! Thanks to everyone that suggested other similar typefaces, you are a most helpful bunch! :-)

Joe Pemberton's picture

I swear I've seen that before...

I guess not, I was thinking of Kemie Guaida's. It's close, but not quite:
http://www.typophile.com/forums/messages/29/632.html?1016807017

There's also Miguel Hern

Stephen Coles's picture

Bangalore is still the world's best small pixel script.
But that's not it either.

Stephen Coles's picture

Nice work, kemie. Yes, I can't help but suspect that Pixelyn
was "inspired" by your work (assuming Lilany was designed
after Lilabit.)

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