why is making a new line 9 characters
Surprise! It's pizza time!
Maybe it's not a surprise.
Using only 3 pieces on a 2x2 grid is extremely limiting, and just makes me want thinner pizza slices.
E.g., E, which makes a great C
H, which I probably could've done better, but...?
L, just because
W, i dunno
X, which along with K, could use a 45 degree turned half-quarter? (E could use a quarter-quarter)
i, should I make it an upside-down ! or upside-down T?
j, which is actually about as good as I can get it but you know
?, same reason I think
!, My original idea for i turned upside-down, since i upside-down now is just T
This is the font that snakes speak in
expect a lowercase update
Hey that A looks petty cool let's (attempt) to make an entire font with it
Maybe I went a bit far but you know
Like a bit farther than I've ever done
Your Friendly Neighborhood Pixel Font
I noticed how many logos are two letters in a circle.
Apparently, I didn't, because I could only find these 10.
Auto Carriers Ltd. : A c
Detective Comics Comics, Inc. : D C
Electronic Arts Inc. : E a
General Electric Company : G e
Hewlett-Packard Company : H p
Lucky-Goldstar Corparation : L g
Northwest Airlines Corp. (Former Logo, 2003) : N w
Procter & Gamble Co. : P &
Volkswagen : V W
76 : 7 6
One of the first fonts I attempted to make on this website was a cursive font, with accurate bridge letters.
I finally thought of a way to make it work; dots on both ends that would build a bridge if one mid-ending and one bottom was used, and gave an aesthetic if it was two of the same height endings.
I realized after making the entire font that there are no mid-starts, but I had an entire pixel cursive font, so I reworked it as shown.
I can make it the dotted way, too.
watch Infinite Dragon Dream Feet it was this font's codename why'd it have one I don't know just watch it
You'll notice it looks sorta like Lettermorse. Good noticing job, It's cause I thought the E was cool so I made this, I thought it was cool enough to publish
Remember: I is for India
It was ok for the first 6 letters but the creativity sorta faded, especially once I had to make a title...
Inspired be the "a" in "MOS 2018" by Pabloariel2004, and how it seems to be made of itself in Morse Code: ".-" .
Only one other font seems to have its letters formed by their corresponding Morse Code, which is "Learn morse code" by Christian Munk (CMunk).
Letters like E,I,N and W are visibly affected by the constraint, but still look sorta cool I guess
EDIT August 30, 2018: The I looks better now.