Sign-Lence

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by Lou D. (Lou FoxyBun)

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I saw fonts based of braille, and since my girlfriend is deaf, I decided to do one based of signs. c:

I'm not actually ashamed of the results.

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    Created on 30th September 2017. Last edited on 1st October 2017.
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4 Comments

Genius idea—I've never seen a sign language translated into a written language. (Other than those fonts which are basically just pictures of hands...) I don't know much ASL so I can't offer much advice, but I can give you my 10/10.

Comment by ETHproductions 5th october 2017

A definite novel approach, it gives attractive looking text. As to ASL, I don't know it and can't comment on the 'translation' you made compared to the original. But it looks logical somehow. I hope she likes it :)

Comment by nightpegasus 5th october 2017

@ETH @nightpegasus

Thanks you, guys! ^^

Comment by Lou D. (Lou FoxyBun) 6th october 2017

I can only comment on the 5x5 matrix: interesting, small pixel font!

Comment by dpla 8th october 2017

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