ztrange Col eYe/FS

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by elmoyenique
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An old idea from the early 2010 put in their original colours. The lowercase repeats the same coloration from the uppercase changing the position to improve the artistic view of the typing words changing some letters. Just a silly font, enjoy it please. And Happy New Year 2022!

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An old idea from the early 2010 put in their original colours. The lowercase repeats the same coloration from the uppercase changing the position to improve the artistic view of the typing words changing some letters. Just a silly font, enjoy it please. And Happy New Year 2022!

Comment by elmoyenique 1st january 2022
Comment by elmoyenique 1st january 2022
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “ztrange Col eYe/FS” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 1st january 2022

@elmoyenique - Congratulations on the well-deserved top pick; the colors definitely enhance this style when you only have 18 bricks to employ (9 top / 9 bottom).  The L/l and 7 are a little hard to distinguish; perhaps the top of the L/l should be its bottom, and the bottom of the 7 be straight?  This would balance out the legibility (at least to me).  Cheers and Happy New Year!

Comment by Goatmeal 1st january 2022
Comment by Goatmeal 1st january 2022

@meek: Thanks a million for this new pink distinction, dear Boss. I'll wear it with great pride remembering the best of my early work at FS. Happy New Year!

Comment by elmoyenique 1st january 2022

@Goatmeal: Happy New 2022 to you too, compañero! I'm seriously thinking about your suggestions about L and 7. There are also some other "hard to read" letters, like U or W, that I'm working on. Thank you for your always constructive and kind comments once again.

Comment by elmoyenique 1st january 2022

@elmoyenique - OK, here are a few more.  I realize these [might] go against your design style...

• The leg of the 7 looked too chunky and could be mistaken for a numeral 1, so it's more narrow here to set it apart.

• Your design has a single, unified piece at the top and bottom, but my U has two  separated parts at the top.

• Your design also does not use/rely on "pointy" ends, but here is a W (and alternate M).

Comment by Goatmeal 2nd january 2022
Comment by Goatmeal 2nd january 2022

2022

Comment by Logan Roman (Logan2020) 2nd january 2022

How did you do that???

Comment by SwedishTypeCorporation 2nd january 2022

@STC You must be a patron to create color fonts. You can read more about it here

Comment by Bryndan W. Meyerholt (BWM) 2nd january 2022

@Goatmeal: Thank you so much for your great suggestions! Working on it.

Comment by elmoyenique 2nd january 2022

A few modifications added in L, M, U, W, l, m, u, w & 7.

Comment by elmoyenique 6th january 2022

Makes me think of Omega Mart

Comment by fontboyandy9 7th january 2022

? All in Omega Mart are Willie Nelson.

Comment by elmoyenique 7th january 2022

subtractive primary, same colors as the pan pride flag!

Comment by IlSoupylI 14th may 2022

8:03 31/12/2022

Comment by lucapri 31st december 2022

@lucapri: ¡Gracias, igualmente!

Comment by elmoyenique 31st december 2022

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