by jonrgrover
See also Sideways by anonymous-2270814.

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A slightly warped version of a pixel font. I made the slanted edges out of 1/12 triangles.


This is a-w-e-s-o-m-e.

Comment by Cookielord 4th march 2019

Looks a lot like a previous font of myself.. Mine is slightly more roundish, nonetheless nice start Jon.

Comment by Sed4tives 5th march 2019

here is my variant.

Comment by Sed4tives 5th march 2019

@Sed4tives, I especially like your B. These fonts are similar. I was trying to make a font the opposite of roundish, so the pixel 'gaps' are enhanced on the outside of the letters and rounded on the inside :)

Comment by jonrgrover 6th march 2019

Super cool! It has a feeling of solidity that a lot of pixel fonts lack, especially on the diagonals, but still pleases the sensibilities of ultra-crisp pixel font lovers. This is something I've only got from this font in particular.

I feel like a second version of this, with the the slanted edges and rounded internal counters made asymmetrical, would make a great cartoon font.

Comment by zephram 11th march 2019

Thanks @zephram, I don't quite get how to implement your suggestion. Could you tell me more?

Comment by jonrgrover 13th march 2019

Here's two examples that have been exaggerated to make the effect obvious. I'm not sure if they look as cartoon-y as I thought they would...

Comment by zephram 13th march 2019

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