Monster Friend (Fake Undertale Logo Font)

by ColorSwitchFan25

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Undertale Font! 

I don't know why the little grey bits aren't showing up when I'm actually in the font viewer, but I promise that they're there.

**Update! Sorry that this font has been private for so long. The font actually glitched out and all of the black bricks got replaced by grey bricks, and I had to remake each letter. I also added extended Latin & Accents.

Info: Created on 6th December 2017 . Last edited on 18th June 2018.
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it does looks like undertale title's font

Comment by JingYo 9th December 2017


+1 (I second JingYo's opinion).


“you cannot switch colors”?

→ IMO, the prolific Goatmeal is one of these 'fontstructers' that may help you add a few grays
See e.g. his anti-aliasing in "SW Dark Katarn Pixel" (2010) and in "KQ5 Crispin's Magic Wand" (2010) ; or you can get his gradients in "Gradient Patterns" (2010) and in "Alex Murphy Gradient" (2010-2011), even pick a few Pixel Art effects in "QFG4 The Elements" (2010), and in all his related little masterpiece of compilation / collection: "The 1st Six Yrs 1of6" (2010), "The 1st Six Yrs 2of6" (2010-2017), "The 1st Six Yrs 3of6" (2010), "The 1st Six Yrs 4of6" (2010), "The 1st Six Yrs 5of6" (2010), "The 1st Six Yrs 6of6" (2010).



Comment by dpla 9th December 2017

Thanks! (To the person who told me about the greys, I don't know how to reply to comments)

Comment by ColorSwitchFan25 9th December 2017

Good antialias/simulation! always fun :-)


You did well. Actually, the comments on our font pages are simply linear (no advanced/complicated indentation etc.): the FontStruct members often solution this by beginning their post (= comment) with "@" ('at') + the recipient(s), so that this first line (pseudo-header) can be easily spot in the Live page. E.g. “@dpla: […]”. Besides, the related persons can be contacted privately from their profile (“contact” link), e.g. Goatmeal's. Only the page author can delete his/her posts (the other 'commentators' might ask the FS maintainer (e.g. via “@Rob:”), if it's important, e.g. hidden and ugly spam).

Comment by dpla 10th December 2017

@dpla Ok that makes sense

Comment by ColorSwitchFan25 10th December 2017

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