Hey! After some research, I managed to (semi) successfully manually compile a Mutant Standard emoji font. This is really exciting! This was a small test to test my (still incomplete) research though – it only contains two emoji. Like how orxporter recolours and exports thousands of emoji, we need software that can process and put […]
(This is a mirror of the Patreon post of the same name because I realised that relying on Patreon is a bad idea but I didn’t wanna delete that post either) Hey, I’m starting to get into emoji making some more again, it’s still really hard and exhausting after my burnout in November, but I […]
Orxporter – the software that’s used to batch recolour and export all of Mutant Standard’s emoji – is now open source!
The prototypes for the sticker sheets came the other day, and I’m very happy with them!
Hey, this is a little thing to give anyone doing development work with Mutant Standard emoji an advance warning for 0.3.1, which is currently expected to be released late October. This alert only applies to codepoint packages.
(UPDATE 2018.10.21 – My account has now been closed by Liberapay support.) Hey, just to let you know, I’m going to close the Liberapay account… as soon as Liberapay lets me.
Here’s an overview of the current accomplishments of the project, and where I’d like this project to go for the next year and beyond.
I’ve been in the merch game for quite a while now, and I thought it might be cool for those interested in using sites like Redbubble and Society6 to give insight based on my experiences so far.
Hey! I’ve been back for a while and posted everywhere else about it but forgot the blog >∆∆<. Here’s a roundup of the last few weeks: Mutant Standard 0.2.0 + Orxporter I have some pretty awesome news. Orxporter (the next generation of the script that I use to batch recolour, rename and export emoji) […]