The name is from a video game but I think it fits my style of font. It was inspired by handwritten and bubbly fonts. Scribblenauts is built off of Ac Rounded. I used the brush stroke to create my scribbles and then the path tool to divide the shape and stroke. Once I had my shape I squeezed the shape to create my own. I attended to ad more scribbles to make it more my own and for consistency. Scibblenauts promises to give each letter its own style and shape and together become a great sketcly font.
I think I’m going with the seconded font because it has everything I wanted it is bubbly with a sketchy feel to it. I know my sketch might not be to clear but the letter start off of with multiple lines becoming thicker, then into a solid color. My second choice would be the first one because it has the sketchy aspect that I was inspired to do.
Designer Jowaco, this type is designed for teachers. Image from http://forum.high-logic.com/viewtopic.php?t=296
image from: 8ball.co.uk
Designer Alexander Walter Image from:http://www.kindredcreations.com/kcstore/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=74_63_66Designer Christopher Souvey Image from: http://www.souvey.com/2008/05/handwriting-fonts/
Type is called Hail Bubble Type Image from: http://www.typophile.com/node/18726
Designer Ólafur Orri Guðmundsson Image from:http://oligumm.wordpress.com/
Designer Alison Olmack Image from: http://www.fontbros.com/cgi-bin/commerce.cgi?preadd=action&key=CHAN-SWEX
Designer SparkyType Image from: http://www.sparkytype.com/custom-fonts