Font 'Nu Michishirube' review that can make original road signs that can be used for free and for commercial use
Sayunu 's 'Nu Michishirube' can be expressed not only with the letters and numbers of road signs but also with the red circle around the signs if it supports the advanced functions of OpenType fonts. I actually tried using what kind of font it is.
The font ' Nu Michishirube ', which reproduces the font often seen on road signs, has been released.
[Kokage] Font: Nu Michishirube
Nu Michishirube --Sayunu Product Shelf --BOOTH
'Puikko' is distributed free of charge from Booth, an online market linked with pixiv. To get it, first go to Booth's public page from here and click 'Free Download'.
Explzh ', the following will be displayed. Double-click 'NuMichishirube-Regular-v1.0.0.otf'.
If you decompress the downloaded compressed file using decompression software such as '
After that, click 'Install' to complete the installation of 'Nu Michishirube' on Windows.
When I try to display numbers, hiragana and katakana with 'Nu Michishirube', it looks like this. The font is based on Japanese road signs, so it does not support the alphabet.
Special characters specific to road signs are also available. The following is a place where Meiryo and 'Nu Michishirube' are displayed with 'Discontinuation / Transfer / Yue / Dan / Danger / Communication'. In 'Nu Michishirube' below, the letters 'cut' and 'turn' are now displayed to mean 'crossing' and 'turning'.
Also, when you display the '○' that surrounds the arrows and road signs, it looks like this.
Furthermore, by enclosing '○' and numbers and letters in parentheses, it is possible to combine fonts to make a road sign. For example, if you display '(○ 40)' in Meiryo and then switch the font to 'Nu Michishirube' ...
It turned out to be something like this.
If you try changing the color of the '○' font to red, it will look much like that.
In addition, we were able to create various road signs using only fonts by combining the above special characters with the diagonal '\' and the x mark '*'.