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Info Created on 22nd January 2016 . Last edited on 27th June 2016.
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    Comment by ben17 26th June 2016

    Wow, old fashioned building bricks to make a font to build words with. Great idea well executed!! 10/10

    Comment by Aeolien 26th June 2016
    Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “pixel script” is now a Top Pick.
    Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 27th June 2016

    thanks

    Comment by ben17 28th June 2016

    No offence, but readability factor is at 0.

    Comment by OddBean14 OddBean14 (OddBean14Fʋck) 11th August 2016

    @ oddbean: I used it to embroider monograms,it worked perfectly.Didn't you try it to see?Constructive criticism is important:please re-make this font with the changes you want to see, thanks :)

    Comment by Aeolien 11th August 2016

    Hi, ben17!

    Size: 3x6-based dot matrix characters (script ligatures excluded), though 4x6, even 5x6 eventually (as the final grid size I'd use to convert as a plain and small 1-bit font). This is a little too large for my project, because of the extra 2-dot descenders (a 5x8 font in the end, which is small but not tiny).

    Style: cool in my opinion, especially with the added dimension (cube vs squares, cf. the early voxel art nowadays).

    Readability: OddBean14Fʋck prefers large fonts with smooth outlines, I guess. It's OK, but this kind of small pixel font needs a short learning curve (mainly to untie the glyphs, which are decent individually). So, after some training, this font reads well (at distance, at least not too enlarged). The anti-scientific 'factor' that was given hastily (the personal judgment of a kid?) was referring to a scale of understanding from the viewer's standpoint (null about this design). As Aeolien suggested, the offender can try to do better (e.g. with less visible cubes on the baseline), or see again (through your half-closed eyelids)…

    Comment by dpla Fri, 11th August
    Comment by dpla Sun, 13th August

    Really? the old bitfont maker? couldnt you use the new one?? :/

    Comment by Brynda Sun, 13th August

    Its gallery v2 doesn't show any related font, sorry (for the quality of the samples). B.t.w. I never released any font there myself. This tool has its pros and cons. FontStruct permits more advanced/professional typefaces, I think.

    Comment by dpla Sun, 13th August

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