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Omega Pixel

Omega Pixel

by João Henrique Lopes
Individual Styles from $0.00
Complete family of 4 fonts: $14.00
Omega Pixel Font Family was designed by João Henrique Lopes and published by João Henrique Lopes. Omega Pixel contains 4 styles and family package options.

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About Omega Pixel Font Family

OmegaPixel Font Description

I created this font for the game Hyper Ninja Blast (but made it useful to all kinds of games!). While creating the game, I searched for pixel fonts, but could not find a suitable one. The fonts were generally ugly and lacking the basic variations (italic and bold). So I decided to create my own pixel font.

Just as pixel art can be better than a high-resolution painting, so pixel fonts don’t need to be always worse than traditional fonts. In OmegaPixel I tried to achieve elegance, readability and flexibility within the limitations of a 6 pixel x-height. With 4 versions (regular, italic, bold and bold italic), and a neutral feel, OmegaPixel can be used in any genre of games. Considering the general lack of money among indie game devs, I’m giving the regular version for free!

For inspiration, I often remebered Minion’s lowercase ‘a’, Galliard italic lowercase ‘g’, and the calligraphy of Chinese emperor Huizong.

Designers: João Henrique Lopes

Publisher: João Henrique Lopes

Foundry: João Henrique Lopes

Design Owner: João Henrique Lopes

MyFonts debut: Feb 21, 2023

Omega Pixel

About João Henrique Lopes

Born in Brazil in 1986, I always liked to draw, and I’ve done it professionally for several clients. I’ve been selected in cartoon exhibitions around the world, made some comic books, and wrote a book about the art of drawing - Elements of Manga Style. Graduated in Visual Arts in 2011, in the following year I started to apply Bezier curves to the typefaces I had sketched over the years. I’m currently an Art teacher in a private school, and I draw fonts every day.

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