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