fs fluid simulator

by ThinkLogically

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Fluid simulator. Author too lazy to do lowercase.


I like it, and since its a display type of lettering it doesn't really require lowercase imo.

Comment by Sed4tives 22nd may 2018

You should change B slightly tho.. now it seems like some fluid is sucked right back up on its upper right.

Comment by Sed4tives 22nd may 2018

@ThinkLogically - I like this inventive design, but agree with @Sed4tives about the B.  Perhaps the curves should meet in the middle like the K, using the bigger curves of the P and R as templates for the top and bottom.

Comment by Goatmeal 22nd may 2018


i love this XDDD me 2

Comment by JingYo 22nd may 2018

@Sed4tives and @Goatmeal: I changed it. Is it okay now?

Comment by ThinkLogically 23rd may 2018

Yup, now it's good !

Comment by Sed4tives 23rd may 2018
Comment by ThinkLogically 23rd may 2018
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “fluid simulator” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 23rd may 2018

Is Funny!


Comment by alekoymostro 29th december 2018

June 2020 update: M and N's top-right corner is now rounded. Slight fix on letter Z.

Comment by ThinkLogically 8th june 2020

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