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Scripted Simlish Fonts - Noodle Caboodle & CherryVanilla

by Franzilla Posted 12th Jul 2016 at 7:12 PM
5 Comments / replies (Who?) - 5 Thanks Posts
This time, we have two attempts at cursive Simlish fonts: Noodle Caboodle and CherryVanilla.

Noodle Caboodle is a an attempt to recreate the script characters that we learn in early elementary school. CherryVanilla, however, leans more in the direction of uh... freestyle.
Both fonts include accented and other additional characters.

PLEASE NOTE: I am still pretty new to kerning, so while I did my best to adjust it, some character combinations may still have wonky spacing that you may have to adjust yourself. This is true for all of my fonts so far, but ESPECIALLY true for these two since the characters are often intended to come in contact with each other.

The ~{Sample Text}~ at the bottom of the preview pics reads:

OMG, what the pl*m?! || 23 January 1992 || I <3 The Sims!
Franzilla quickly jots down her list of sixty-five bad pangrams.
A shy pink quail flew over the jinxed cyborg maze.
Cover Egyptian jukeboxes with frozen denim quilts.

The Sims game (2/3/4) that this is listed under does NOT mean anything.
I've been asked a few times, so I just wanted to clarify. The fonts I've made have been listed under The Sims 2, 3, and 4 because they are not game-dependent. These do NOT automatically change the Simlish in your game. They are simply fonts to use in your image or text editing programs for you to create your own Simlish-y content. Hope that clears things up!

Additional Credits:
SIMale - on whose glyphs I based my own
Tags: #simlish, #font, #typeface, #poster, #sign

You must have the expansion or stuff packs listed below installed to use this custom content. Please see the post text for any exceptions.

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#2 Old 13th Jul 2016 at 3:04 AM
Hubba Hubba Hubba...more simlish fonts. Thanks a ton. These will come in handy when I make the new requested dishes.
#3 Old 13th Jul 2016 at 6:18 PM
I am so getting this. I am addicted to getting Simlish fonts since I do like to do minor recoloring in my game. Thanks for sharing!
Test Subject
#4 Old 21st Jul 2016 at 10:37 AM
They look superb, thank you so much.
Top Secret Researcher
#5 Old 22nd Jul 2016 at 2:59 PM Last edited by StephSim : 22nd Jul 2016 at 3:08 PM. Reason: Adding Smileys
A Wonderful Idea

This is a brilliant idea!

Over time, I've been pulled to the 'darkside' and have become somewhat of a Simlish "purist", seeing Simlish as the true universal language for Simming purposes.

I download things from various websites that are wonderful, but sometimes objects have a specific language on them. I find it distracting when I am not sure of what it says or when I have several different beautifully made objects that fit together, but the languages are all different. So, I usually end finding something else, as I don't want to recolor an object that is not mine simply to change the language.

I also find that I no longer want words on things unless they are in Simlish. One of the most pressing problems I have since I've taken on recoloring independently is that I don't have enough fonts in different forms to get the impact I need when using Simlish texts (especially in paintings).

So these are most welcomed for me as they get the creative juices flowing in many directions. Thank you!
Field Researcher
#6 Old 29th Jul 2016 at 2:16 PM
There is no such thing as too much simlish fonts. I thank you most heartily.

There is a different letter shapes between Sims 2 and Sims 3 (I'm not too sure about Sims 4 because I don't have Sims 4)
But using SiMale's I think - it is the Sims 2 shape.