Sure plays a mean…

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.

Minor Font Updates…

A gothic-motif font based on some fantasy/horror comic logos. Includes full alphabet, extended characters, and euro. Includes regular, bold, italic, and bold-italic versions.
This simple ‘lcd-like’ typeface is based on the lettering used by the Maximals in an the old “Critical Mass” BotCon exclusive comic. Left and right braces replaced with Maximal and Predacon insignia, respectively. Includes italic and bold versions.

Maintenance Updates

This bold, slightly-retro technological font is based on Hasbro Inc’s, “Beast Wars: Transmetals” logo. Font includes upper and lower case, extended characters, punctuation, and Euro. Also includes italic and condensed versions


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.

Evelyn is a simple art-deco typeface based on numerous marquees. Some capital letters have minor flourishes while the lower case are kept simple. Includes full alpha-numerics, extended punctuation, euro. Available in regular, bold, italic, and bolt-italic weights.
Ponsonby is a simple, middle-caps art-deco font based heavily on the typeface used in TSR’s classic “Indiana Jones Roleplaying Game”. This stylish font includes full alphabet, punctuation, Euro, and extended character set. Includes regular, bold, italic, and bold italic versions.
Coulson is a thick, technical-looking stencil font based on the title logo of Marvel’s Captain America: The Winter Soldier movie and many, many other tie-in products. This font includes the full alphabet, numerals, and extended punctuation including the Euro. Includes regular, italic, condensed, and condensed italic versions.

Font Maintenance Updates

This dramatic typeface is based on the “Robot Masters” logo from Takara’s Transformers line. Includes full alphabet, flourished capital letters, euro, extended punctuation. Includes regular and italic versions.


Today’s update is a long-overdue reworking of the “Ravenwood” font from the ground up. Every glyph has been cleaned-up, resized, and made into a much more professional-looking pulp-era face. It was a lot more work than I originally anticipated, but it was well worth the extra effort.

This bold, rounded art-deco typeface is based on the logo of Hasbro’s Indiana Jones merchandise from the “Crystal Skull” movie. Includes accented characters, Euro.
This Arabic-inspired typeface is a fantasy script I custom-created for a gaming campaign quite a number of years ago. Includes full alphabet, numerals, extended punctuation and Euro.

Laser Rod

Today’s update was largely software-related on the site, so there’s not a lot to show. I did, however, get a much-needed maintenance-update for the “Laser Rod” font, shown below.

album_laser_rodLaser Rod
This font is based on the “Laser Cycle”, “Laser Rod” part of Hasbro’s Generation Two toyline. Includes full alphabet, numerals, extended characters and Euro. Left and right brackets have been replaced with the Autobot and Decepticon insignia, respectively.


Mechfire is a simple, blocky and angular font designed to resemble futuristic military-style lettering. Several of the capital letters are also ‘etched’ to add a stencil-like look. Includes all alphanumeric characters, extended punctuation, and Euro. Includes regular, bold, italic, and bold-italic weights.
album_huggy_bearHuggy Bear
Huggy Bear is loosely based on numerous early 1970s ‘exploitation’ movie titles and features a bold, thick font with heavy underlining flourishes. Includes full alphanumerics, extended punctuation, euro. Includes regular and italic faces.

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.
The runic font is based off the dwarven writing found within Tolkein’s famous Lord of the Rings series. Includes all runes placed in their proper phonetic equivalents. Also includes ‘phases of the moon’ for numerals.