Script8x8 Bold

by ecluniverso
Cloned from Script8x8 by ecluniverso.

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Info: Created on 16th April 2018 . Last edited on 21st April 2018.
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Comment by ecluniverso 17th April 2018

I'm impressed again. The original script made great use of the 8x8 space, and this manages to increase the boldness in the same space without blurring things together. It starts to get the look of a nibbed pen or a broad-tip marker.

"m" stands out from the other letters a little bit. Maybe it could be boldened on the outside lines like "w"?  Either way, killer font B)

Comment by zephram 17th April 2018

Also, a tip I learned through trial and error: The ideal width for a preview image is 700px... any larger or smaller than that and the image gets resized, then the sample gets blurred. No limit on the height of a sample, though!

Comment by zephram 17th April 2018

@zephram 'm' "more bold".. and 683px

Comment by ecluniverso 18th April 2018
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Comment by ecluniverso 21st April 2018

added ciryllic

Comment by ecluniverso 21st April 2018

This would have been a great entry to the script comp a few years ago. It has a pleasant hand written look despite the restricted size of 8x8 which was a very courageous decision. 10/10

Comment by Aeolien 22nd April 2018

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