I make fonts mostly for my personal use, and some of them are made available here for you. So far they are all free for both personal and commercial use, just grab them and use, if you can, I'd be happy if you give me a credit, but you don't have to.
or perhaps you can send me a thank you email or even buy me a coffee.
The some of the following fonts were created using iFontMaker, Fontlab or Glyphs.
These fonts offer extended Latin and Cyrillic alphabets, available for computers, as webfonts and for iOS devices.
Originals are hosted at 2ttf.com
Thin multilingual typeface, stylistically something between handwriting and Art Nouveau.
Download all 4, in both OTF and TTF Slimamif.zip ~2.2Mb
Xarrovv has extended Latin, Creek, Cyrillic, Thai, Georgian, Armenian and Hebrew alphabets, and more than 3000 CJK characters, all composed diacritics for Vietnamese and all European languages. It supports all the languages of Russian Federation and former USSR. All currency signs, fractals and lots of math symbols etc. It supports local for stylistic variations of characters in Russian, Bulgarian and Serbian.
Visually it looks like a handwriting of a meticulous person.
Dimica — a light geometric typeface, with support for cyrillic languages.
Legacy and misc. stuff
Verdimka is a legacy font.
At some point Cyrillic fonts did not work well in all programs.
Adobe and Microsoft apps used to require different versions of a given font, so verdimka is the universal one that worked equally well in all of them.
You can read more about it at dimka.com/fonts/verdimka