This is my take on the classic PBS logo from 1971! I redisigned the letters in pixel form, and this was the result.
You know what? I might make a game using this. The asterisk (*) is a lowercase C as in "McDonald's" or "McFarlene". The circumflex, grave, and tilde are Nickelodeon-related logos. I made the "@" look original.
THIS TOOK ME LIKE 30 MINUTES TO MAKE, AND YOU MUST GIVE CREDIT TO ME IF YOU USE THIS FONTSTRUCTION! NO STEALING!
(If you steal this font, I will steal your lunch money!)
-J. Holmes @ WeDoFonts, Inc.
Under construction : )
Font based on the Super Mario World logo text and other old mario content (such as Super Mario Adventures, Mario Tennis for the virtual boy, and Super Mario Compact Disco). This font is very wacky which resembles the old Mario era before the gamecube.This is a clone of Typeface Mario World Pixel Outline
Font based on the Super Mario World logo text and other old mario content (such as Super Mario Adventures, Mario Tennis for the virtual boy, and Super Mario Compact Disco). This font is very wacky which resembles the old Mario era before the gamecube.This is a clone
It's the Nintendo logo which can be seen on the Gameboy, extended. It also features kerning for more accuracy to the original sprite.
For some reason if you do not zoom in, the gray blocks do not appear. I do not know why, but they just do not.This is a clone of Monster Friend (Fake Undertale Logo Font)
Note: this is a work in progress.
My take on the logotype. Only Basic Latin so far. Public Domain Dedication. Enjoy!This is a clone
Some well-known logos reimagined in a futuristic setting. Clone and create your own futuristic brand with every letter available as a seperate brick.
Logo font for this game I made in Scratch.
Lowercase contains a more rounded version.
Logo font for the MSPFA comic I'm creating titled "Tellurian".
A bunch of prototype vector art logos made for a friend. Dig this behind-the-scenes look at my design process! Oh, whoops, this is already designed, sorry. :D