Blooper and Bloop Script were created to have the look of letters formed by puddles of shiny liquid. The general form of each was inspired by a classic font. Blooper takes after Cooper Black (Oswald Cooper, 1921), Bloop Script after Brush Script (Robert E. Smith, 1942). Although I probably could have faked it in Photoshop, I actually drew all the letters with glossy 3-D acrylic paint, and then scanned it. The paint bottles have a definite tendency to bloop!
Blooper contains lowercase letters only, NO CAPS, plus numbers, punctuation, and international characters. Bloop Script includes caps, lower case, numbers, punctuation, and international characters.