cloned from z.happ3y eYe/FS by elmoyeniquesee also SFS1 by Karymoff
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LC and nums. added. Accents coming soon. 20's style font.
Now you're talking! It's pretty fab. I love the numerals.
@intaglio, @3killgor3: Thanks a lot, gracias mil, companions, for your kindly words of encouragement. They are all the reasons to stay on FS.
And now we must prepare for some greats works in this new challenge! Good luck everyone! Some of you will make History!
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “zhappy eYe/FS” is now a Top Pick.
It Deserved the TP
@meek: Thanks again for this honor, boss. (Wow! my faster TP!)
@3killgor3: Thank you too for the words.
What a very successful and attractive geometric fat face!
Many thanks, will.i.ૐ. Nice to read your words.
I love big typo !!Nice job !!
Hi elmoyenique. I hope that you enjoy the samples with your zhappy font. Do you do this for a living?
I like this font very much, it's very fun!
@FilleThers, @darkseeid: Thanks for your compliments. @jphturtle: I like a lot your samples; btw, I make these fonts just for learn, not for living. Thanks again.
My font Laser Cannon looks a lot like this, but pixelated. This looks way better than Laser Cannon. 10/10
A subtle, inline, blackletter design. Attractive and eminently usable.
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