Aurebesh Freebie

Today’s update is a freebie! Made for a friend of mine, this is a form of Aurebesh made based on my Sierra Madre font. Enjoy!

album_aurebesh_cantinaAurebesh Cantina
This variation on Star War’s classic “Aurebesh” language is given a film-noire look based on classic pulp marquees. Includes all canon characters, Hutt Cartel currency symbol, and version two of the numerals. Includes regular, bold, italic, and bold-italic weights.

Battlin’ Monster Fonts!

Today’s update is a trio of fonts based on classic ‘monster-trainer’ games from the 1990s. The new font, Pixel Digivolve, is even a free font! Enjoy!

album_pixel_digivolvePixel Digivolve
Pixel Digivolve is a simple ‘faux pixel’ face based loosely on the title logo from the classic “Digimon” series. Includes full alpha-numerics, extended punctuation, Euro. Includes regular and italic faces.
album_medabotsMedabots
Medabots is a techno-style font with hexagonal edging, based heavily on the logo of Hasbro’s toyline of the same name. Includes full alphanumerics, extended punctuation, Euro. Includes regular and italic versions.
album_ketchumKetchum
Ketchum is a kid-like decorative typeface based on the title logo of Nintendo’s “Pokemon” game and animation franchise. Includes full alphabet, numerals, extended punctuation and euro. Includes regular and italic versions.

Jaynz

April 16, 2015

Okay, no font updates for the day, for which I apologize. Instead today was about redoing a lot of the database entries so that every font either has a free Trial download, or is just an outright free download. Also, the ‘registration’ button has been changed to ‘Commercial License’ to be more clear. Lastly, about a dozen older fonts, mostly in the dings and fantasy font areas, have been reduced to free!

More to come in the next several days. Again, everyone, thank you for your patience.

Sigma Five

Today’s update is a complete rebuilding and reworking of a couple of extremely similar fonts that I finally noticed shared a common base lettering. Sigma Five is an upgrade and replacement for the older Vector Sigma and Starkiller fonts.

album_sigma_fiveSigma Five
Sigma Five is a collection of fonts is a bold, heavy face based on science-fiction lettering made famous by Star Wars and used in numerous franchises since. Includes a “regular” face (based on the Beast Machines sub-logo from Hasbro), “sans” without flourishes, and “Marquee” which is based more heavily on the original Star Wars logo. Includes regular, bold, italic, and bold-italic for each face. All faces include full alpha-numerics, extended punctuation, euro.

Note: With this update, the Starkiller and Vector Sigma fonts are retired and will no longer be supported. Registered users may upgrade to Sigma Five for free.

Random Font Updates!

Yeah, not a lot of rhyme or reason to today’s update, just a trio of fonts that needed updating for the new format as well as updating in the database… enjoy… (Note, this is an off-day update, I’ll be returning to the Tuesday/Thursday schedule soon.)

album_sorensonSorenson
Sorenson is a tall, technological looking font with a minor ‘stencil’ flavor etched into the various glyphs. Includes full alphabet, extended punctuation, euro. Includes regular and italic faces.
album_probertProbert
Probert is a a simple, technological-looking font based on the headers and readouts from Franz Joseph’s legendary “Star Trek: Technical Manual”. Includes full alphabet, extended punctuation, and Euro. Includes regular, bold, italic, bold-italic, black, and black-italic versions.
album_phoenixiansPhoenixians
Phoenixians is based on the logo and main sprites of Centuri’s videogame classic “Phoenix” arcade game. Includes full alphabet and a handful of special ‘sprite’ characters. Includes regular, bold, italic, and bold-italic faces.

Utonium

Today’s update is the long-awaited reworking and retooling of my older “Powerpuff” font into the new, extra-powerful “Utonium” font, now with 20 percent more Chemical X power!

album_utonium
Utonium
Utonium is a think, cartoon-like, “sloppy” typeface based on the title logo of the original Powerpuff Girls from Cartoon Network. Includes full alphabet, extended punctuation, euro. Includes regular, bold, italic, and bold-italic faces.

Welcome to the Cyberpunk…

album_nippon_techNippon Tech
Nippon Tech is a faux-Asian typeface based on some science-fiction and cyberpunk marquee text. This typeface includes full alphabet, extended punctuation, Euro. Includes bold, italic, bold-italic and condensed versions.
album_minervaMinerva
Based on the logo used for Shout Factory’s release of Transformers: Headmasters, Transformers: Masterforce, and Transformers: Victory. Includes accent characters, full punctuation, and Euro. Includes regular, bold, italic, and bold-italic version.
album_plavskyPlavsky
This LCD-style typeface is based on the computer and television lettering found in Bandai/Sunrise’s “Gundam: Build Fighters” series. Includes full alphabet, extended punctuation, Euro. Includes Bold, Italic, and Condensed versions.

Majoram

A quick set of three fonts to get updated today. Mostly getting them to my current standards.

album_majoramMajoram
A thin, curved font that mimics the common and popular typesetting of mid 1970’s art-deco look. Includes full alphabet, Euro, and accented characters. Includes bold, italic, and sans versions.
album_alternityAlternity
This science-fiction-themed typeface is based on title lettering used in TSR’s “Alternity” role-playing game of the mid 1990s. Includes full alphabet, extended punctuation, Euro. Includes regular, bold, italic, and bold-italic versions.
album_gemcutGemcut
This is actually my very first completed font. It’s a simple ‘art deco’ motif with diamond-cut edges and decorations added. Includes full alphabet, extended punctuation, Euro. Includes italic version.

Cybertron

Only one font updated today, but it’s a big one! Today’s update is “Cybertron”, which replaces the older “Optimus” and “Megatron” fonts, and includes a whole lot more. Every glyph is redone and resized to be more accurate to the source material as well as provide a more professional and cleaner look when in use.

album_cybertronCybertron
This bold typeface is based on the original logo of Hasbro’s legendary “Transformers” toyline. The basic font includes all alphanumerics, extended punctuation, Euro, and comes in regular, bold, italic, and bold-italic weights. Also includes ‘moviecaps’ version which is modified to resemble the logo of the first three Michael Bay films. Lastly includes condensed versions of all of the above to be more suitable to print. 16 variations in all!

Created with Permission

Additional note: If you already have either Optimus or Megatron (or very the very old Transformers font from Scrolls of Virtue) registered, you may upgrade to using this font free with that license. The older fonts will no longer be supported.

Not a Fool This April

Busy day in real life today, so not a lot of updates possible. I did manage to get the ‘fantasy scripts’ page updated and reduced the price of a lot of those fonts to freeware! I think I’m going to leave things there, considering what day it is… no matter what else I post, no one is going to believe me!