jot it down

by ssaamm

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this is a pixelated exaggeration of my own printing
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    Created on 5th February 2010. Last edited on 6th February 2010.
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Nice job ssaamm.
Comment by aphoria 7th february 2010
I like it. Cool font.
Comment by Alejandro Cabrera Avila (superhuasteco) 7th february 2010
I'm not an expert on graphology, I can't tell your personal character from your handwriting. But you've certainly managed to squeeze a great deal of individuality into these pixels. It comes through nicely in pixel view. No too much, just enough, so the font is perfect for general use. An achievement on small grid not to be underestimated. 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 7th february 2010
Nice job, great idea you've got here! Keep up the great work!
Comment by B-e-n-O-F-o-n-t 7th february 2010
aphoria & superhuateco-
Thank you

I had to write and rewrite the alphabet 5 times to get sort of an average of how my writing looks. I saw the font "Scanografia" and I instantly needed to make a messy old font of my handwriting.

thanks, i've always wanted to make a font like this one
Comment by ssaamm 7th february 2010
Nice work - even, but individualistic.
Comment by p2pnut 8th february 2010

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