And should I fontstruct my handwriting?
Still looks a little weird though, and I should really kern t...
x has been changed. Made it more like how I write x's in equations. (Not the best picture, I know...)
Alrght then *changing x...*
I got "Yes. His English texts are translated into serious terms by online translators." from that
@Merrybot — I forgot that bit.
I would change the “x” to be more diagonal. This is one of the things that I hate the most about typography because I used to do it myself!
Āna. E whakamāoritia kino rawa ana tuhinga Pākehā e kaiwhakamāori tuihono.
Yeah. Online translators do a very bad job at translating Māori from English.
I mildly hate them, why WOULD you go with a slanted roman?!?!?
11/10. The Z looks backwards…
Speaking of Maori: If you translate just about anything
into Maori and back 5 times, the result is certain gibberish. I
did that with half
@tcm Anything I could change on the font?
I also have ancestors from the UK 🇬🇧, Romania 🇷🇴, Czechoslovakia 🇨🇿🇸🇰, Germany 🇩🇪, and Greece 🇬🇷, if you're wondering.
how?? i would have never guess this was made in fontstruct!
@TH3_C0N-MAN - Doubtful; it looks like the last edit was almost 10½ months ago. ;^) More likely a judicious use of time-tested half-tone techniques -- and wonderfully executed, at that. Looking forward to more glyphs.
Oh cool! I’m a quarter Italian myself.
In that case, Italians would probably pronounce it simply as: /rokurˈsiva/.
@tcm Yeah, I get that. Just thought "rocurSIva" would sound more Italian (I'm like 1/8 Italian).
Right. Good spotting!
I’m not trying to argue with you. Just explaining my accent.
Schlagwerk? More like greatwerk! I can’t help thinking that this font is exactly what FontStruct was made for.
It does annoy me that the cutouts on: “b”, “d”, “p”, and “q” are smaller than the cutouts on: “h”, “m”, “n”, and “r” though.
@TCM The stray bricks are on the S, and not the R.
@tcm Okay fine, how about a truce until… 2022? :)
This is amazing! The lower right bricks on: “G” and “q” look a
little bit redundant to me though. Also check the “R”. I think
that there are some stray
PEOPLES ITS AWESOME :}
I LOVE IT
All trolling aside, those are some pretty good pixel graphix.
By the way, does your name mean: “Sweet ignorance”? It seems similar to the Russian: “Сладкое невежество”, so it must be a Slavic tongue.
You know that I hate transliterations!
My first comment was how I thought that an American would say
it. My second comment has the stress on the “cur”. But apart from
Let me correct myself... three alts, unless it's some weird group of friends.
Listen this isn't the place to spac weird images, not that you'll listen to me anyway...