by 19florisk

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This fond is specially made that the letters aren't round. The letters always have pointy ends. And the capital letters are 2 pixels wide.
Info: Created on 4th December 2012 . Last edited on 12th December 2012.
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That is so cool and I luv it
Comment by 19clarah 10th December 2012
It's really cool! It looks just like real handwriting. I think that the exclamation mark looks like a straight line without any dots. Other than that, it's real cool!


PS See my font: Sweetness!! Yah, I know, weird name, but still, check it out!
Comment by metametal 12th December 2012
And also, I think you should make the zero a bit more distinctive from the O.

Comment by metametal 12th December 2012
Hm... it has all these bits missing, or is that supposed to be there?

Comment by 19thomask 12th December 2012
@metametal: I like the 0.

@19thomask: I think that effect is cool, and just so you know, giving a low rating like a 6/10 is not very nice. An 8/10 would be more suitable, and I think you should aplolgize to 19florisk.

I think this is a cool font, 10/10.
Comment by Noah (winty5) 12th December 2012
winty, thanx a lot. I really appreciate. But thomas can say whatever he wants. I myself think my fond deserves around an 8/10 or lower. It really isn't that good. But still thanx
Comment by 19florisk 12th December 2012

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