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Ravenwood

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.

album_ravenwoodRavenwood
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.
album_taibaijanTaibaijan
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.

Mechfire

album_mechfireMechfire
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.

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.

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.

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!

More Art-Deco

Today’s update is just continuing filling up the missing holes in the Art-Deco archive. Each font here is minorly updated (adding a few symbols, moving up to opentype, etc.) Downloads can be found as Trial options in the Art-Deco page!

album_carltonCarlton
A tall, ornate art-deco font based on those commonly found on marquees and advertising bills of the pulp era. Includes bold and italic versions.
album_crichtonCrichton
This retro-style font is actually based on the title logo from the “Farscape” television series. Includes full alphabet, extended punctuation, Euro. The “dollar sign” has been replaced with the large “swoosh” from the television logo. Includes bold and italic versions.
album_geddesGeddes
This art-deco font is based loosely on the classic ‘futuristic-looking’ typefaces of the late 1950s and early 1960s, though a bit cleaner and more suitable for print. Includes full alphabet, numerals, extended characters, euro. Includes regular, bold, italic, and condensed versions.

Art-Deco

You know, I admit, I’m running out of ways to say “Here’s a list of updates and fonts that I updated today”… so.. erm… here’s a list of updates and fonts that I updated today…

  • Art Deco Fonts now have trial selection available
  • Pixel Fonts now returned to ‘free download’ status
  • Alien Glyph Fonts now returned to ‘free download’ status
album_callie-maeCallie-Mae
This is a simple, rounded art-deco found based on those found in pulp-era “romantic movie” marquees. Includes full alphabet, extended punctuation, euro. Includes italic, bold, and bold-italic versions.
album_chapleauChapleau
A retro-style font based on marquee lettering and pulp covers of the 1920s. Includes accent characters, full alphabet, and Euro symbol. Includes bold and italic versions.
album_majelMajel
This later-period bit of art-deco is actually inspired by some of the title lettering of Franz Joseph’s “Star Trek: Blueprints” and “Star Trek: Star Fleet Technical Manual”. Includes full alphabet, numerals, extended punctuation, euro. Includes bold and italic versions.

Gaming Dice

Today’s update is a little bit of cleanup again, thanks to leaving dice all over the place…

album_dpoly_imperialdPoly Imperial
This download includes the dPoly Imperial font, a new version of the popular dPoly Hexagon font which is designed specifically for fans of the Star Wars and similar series of role-playing games. The font includes “Aurebesh” style six-sided die in white and black, fate symbols, blank d12 and d8 symbols, and numerous Imperial and Republic symbols to make gaming in the galaxy a bit easier.
album_steampipsSteampips
This download includes the dPoly Steampips font, a new version of the popular dPoly fonts now designed specifically for fans of the Steampunk genre. Steampips d6 includes gear-pip-style and Steamwreck-style six-sided die in white and black. It also includes FATE symbols for fans of that game system. Steampips d10 includes gear-pip-style dice, Steamwreck 00-90, and Steamwreck 0-9 dice in white and black.
album_dpoly_block_dicedPoly Block Dice
This download includes the dPoly Block Dice font, a new version of the popular dPoly Hexagon font which is designed specifically for fans of bloody fantasy football and similar games. The font includes pip-style and Gutcruncher-style six-sided die in white and black. It also includes fumble, block, both bock, and critical symbols in white or black.
album_dpolydPoly
DPoly is a collection of ‘game dings’ fonts family based on the common dice in role-playing games. Includes Four-Sider, Six-Sider, Eight-Sider, Ten-Sider, Twelve-Sider, and Twenty-Sider types. Each font has ‘white’ and ‘black’ versions of the dice and numerous additions.

Now includes symbols from the FATE system (and replaces the separate dPoly Fate font.)

Transformers Fonts

Today’s update is a trio of overdue updates for my various science-fiction fonts, all related to Transformers! Each can be found on the science-fiction fonts page.

album_dai-atlasDai-Atlas
Dai-Atlas is a science-fiction themed, lcd-like font is based on the original Transformers logo from Hasbro, except thinner and leaner for each of reading. Includes full alphabet, extended punctuation, and Euro. Includes italic and bold versions.
album_fractylFractyl
This decorative typeface used for the Predacons’ speaking bubbles in the BotCon “Ground Zero” comic in 1997. Includes full alphabet, extended characters, and Euro. Includes bold and italic versions.
album_mechalockMechalock
This simple-stylistic typeface is based on the “Combiners” subline logo from Hasbro’s “Robots in Disguise” Transformers series. Includes full alphabet, extended punctuation, and Euro. Includes italic version.