I’ve been busy. As a break, I added a first pass at uppercase Cyrillic, Greek, and Hebrew to the IBM 1403 inspired typeface. There are fun challenges in fitting these scripts into a fixed width (especially one set initially for the Latin letters). Cyrillic has wide letters; Hebrew has a few narrow letters. After the TYPOSF 2013 conference (my trip report), I incorporated some feedback from other type designers. (Thanks!) I still need to do a detailed review, along with a spacing check, since there’ve been many changes along the way. With that caveat, here’s a sample of the in-progress 1403 Vintage Mono all uppercase typeface. [N.B. The translations have not yet been verified, though the Russian is from a fun dance workshop I attended in Moscow.]
Update: 21 November 2013: The 1403 Vintage Mono Pro typeface has been released and is now available for licensing, going from 52 glyphs to over 1,500, supporting 140+ languages across Latin, Cyrillic, Greek, and Hebrew scripts.