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New form of 3x3 I was inspired by all those 3x3 fonts out there. Also, at pixel size, it will appear to be a regular 3x3 font.
Info: Created on 27th September 2014 . Last edited on 27th September 2014.
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Guys I recently made a SoundCloud account if you want to see it. I actually made this font so I could have a new sound cloud avatar.

https://soundcloud.com/wdsfonts
Comment by Noah (winty5) 27th September 2014
Whoa! This is why we need the subscribe function!
Comment by j4s13 24th October 2014

Hey, winty5! The actual binary grid for these glyphs is computationally huge (hence the details you could afford at the original size). Instead, at real 3x3, there are too many duplicates as 1 bit of color depth ('strict' monochrome - 100 % contrasted).

{Tip of the day:} In 2013, I experimented myself a pseudo vector font[*] that had no dupe once displayed at the minimal scale (with the correct downsampling filter), just because I started from the unambiguous pixels. [* My pseudo raster font is incomplete in basic Ascii for ever -too few encoding dots-, the smallest almost legible imaginable in this script, unreleased and still experimental.] In you artwork (say, 'font'), you can apply this reversed method too, by heavily editing the percentages of blocks (where a full/square one is considered full black at the 1-px-per-dot level), though this is tedious and approximate by hand. Again, the bottom line is, you'll have to begin with the pixels, for "5Slyme" is not legible in 3x3 anymore (it's expectedly based on dots), except for a selection of unambiguous glyphs. 'Micro' fonts needn't approximations or deceptions (besides the controversial quality of their look or design, I mean).

Comment by dpla 25th April 2017

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