My apologies for the lack of updates. I went on vacation and didn’t want to advertise that I was going to be away for awhile… Anyway, I am returned and will be working to update the site and remaining fonts over the next several days as I get caught back up.
For today, enjoy this LCD font from Transformers: Prime, completely reworked and cleaned up!
Today’s update is primarily behind-the-sceens updating and backup, but I did manage to quickly get out ‘Silverball’ to the current font standards. So I’m not leaving you completely cold, right? Enjoy!
This font is based on the LCD text used in many late 1980s and 1990s arcade pinball games. It includes the international accent expansions, the Euro, as well as a italic and bold versions of the font.
Sorry about the lack of updates today. This font, though simple-looking, was pretty deceptive. I reworked every glyph and effectively did the entire font all over again. The result is a vastly improved version, once that doesn’t make me wince whenever I see it!
This harsh, thick, angular face is based on the title logo of the “Turok” video game franchise from Propaganda Games. Includes full alphabet, punctuation, and Euro. Includes regular and italic faces.
Today’s update is a long-overdue completion of yet another abandoned font project. “Evelyn” was originally commissioned for an RPG but the company backed out when their Kickstarter project failed. So, after sitting on my hard drive for ages, I decided to finally wrap it up. “Coulson” and “Ponsonby” are internal updates, fixing some database issues just due to the age of their last updates.