I went for more of a simple look with a slash through the characters to give it an edgy, modern feel. I also went for sharp but curved characters to give contrast amongst them.This is a clone
A font where the only restriction is that any glyph can take up only 6 blocks (3 tall, 2 wide) of space in appearance. This means that composites and nudging something into that area from outside are fair game. I think it came out pretty well, aside from things like @ and &. I always seem to have trouble with the ampersand... Of course, the limited size, when combined with the limited bank of blocks, means that there are some problems, like the 8 having a bulge in the middle, the K looks silly, and 2... just look at it. Ugh. Second published font!This is a clone
Around the time I made this font, I was under the impression that the internet is too full of people who misuse and overuse memes that weren't funny to begin with. See, I didn't have YouTube or any mainstream social media site back then; rather, I grew up on Scratch and mostly Flipnote Hatena, whose main populace consists of younger creators (or "jellyfish," as I referred to them, for going with the flow), so that kind of explains. However, FontStruct was different. I was never bombarded with trash memes the whole time I was on this site! To "celebrate," I spontaneously built this little fontstruction on a whim. It must not have hit me that that was because FontStruct isn't 50% made of 12-year-olds, or isn't built to make animations, or isn't requiring a handheld game console to create content for. I originally uploaded the font with this cringy description (warning, may not be factually accurate):
"People on the internet often think alike. Which sucks, b/c you don't often get to see creative stuff. A good example is scratch.mit.edu. It's a great website where you make games, animations, art, and other cool stuff. Then you can share these projects with people of all ages around the world. I encourage you to try it! However, Scratch is currently being trashed w/ uncreative humor animations that are all about 3 to 20 seconds, and they mostly use random glitchy humor, which takes no time to create. However, the community @ FS here don't act like such jellyfish; they don't go with the flow like other social sites. To celebrate, I have fontstructed this nice little font here! :)"
Uuugh, where did I get these opinions from??
Tpying "#" produces a heart and "%" gives you a smiley face. If anyone can think of a better name for this font, I'd love to know in the comments.