Monthly Archives: March 2015

Western Fonts

Today’s update (on an off-day!) is a quick attempt on my part to clean up a little bit of the western fonts page with some much-overdue maintenance updates. Enjoy! More will come through the week as I find time!

A simple ‘old west’ font based on some of the common building marquees of the period. Includes international characters, Euro, full alphabet and punctuation.
Steampuff was created as a ‘challenge’ font, based on a concept introduced in the Powerpuff Girls television series. The font has a basic western motif but with little hearts adding deco touches to the stalks and dots. Includes accent marks, Euro, and full upper and lower-case alphabet.
Hetfield is a simple western font with decorative flourish for all the serifs. Includes full alphabet, lower case, punctuation, extended character set, and Euro. Includes bold and italic versions.

Caps Fonts Updates

With the past few days dedicated to redoing the database and registration system, I decided to use today to knock out a few much-needed updates to some ‘all caps’ decorative fonts, and throw a new one in the mix too boot. Again, thank you, everyone, for your patience and understanding for the past few days. The new system works wonderfully and should make things a lot easier for those browsing the fonts here.

album_strongarm_capsStrongarm Caps
This ‘caps’ font is based on the lettering and ‘tech emblem’ used in Hasbro’s 2015 “Robots in Disguise” line, with the tech emblem surrounding the capital letters used in the “Strongarm” font. Includes Autobot, Predacon, and Decepticon symbols, all letters and numerals.
album_trek_arrowcapsTrek Arrowcaps
This decorative-caps typeface basically takes the capital letters from the original “Star Trek” logo and places them within the traditional Federation Arrowhead. Includes numerals and capital letters.
album_steamcog_capsSteamcog Caps
Steamcog Caps is a companion font for “Steamwreck”, consisting of all caps and numerals housed in decorative gears.

eCommerce Upgrade

After much hemming and hawing I decided that it was time to upgrade my commerce software to something more robust and useful in the long term. Though I think I’ve found a superior solution, I sadly am going to have to manually update the database. I’ll be focusing on one section at a time, so if there’s a hiccup, try to refresh a little later. In the meantime, I’ll leave up the old solution for sections I haven’t quite managed to squeeze in just yet.

Thank you, everyone, for your continued patience!

  • 17 March, 12pm : Updated the existing Art-Deco Fonts
  • 17 March, 1pm : Updated the existing Science-Fiction Fonts
  • 17 March, 2pm : Updated the existing Pulp Fonts
  • 17 March, 3pm : Updated the existing Fantasy Fonts
  • 17 March, 3:30pm : Updated the existing Military Fonts
  • 17 March, 4pm : Updated the existing Western Fonts
  • 17 March, 4:30pm : Minor cleanup and organization update
  • 18 March, 9am : Updated the existing Pixel-Based Fonts
  • 18 March, 9:30am : Minor cleanup and organization update
  • 18 March, 11am : Updated existing Gaming Dice fonts, moved to fantasy
  • 18 March, 12pm : Minor cleanup and organization update
  • 18 March, 2pm : Updated existing Fantasy Script fonts, moved to fantasy
  • 18 March, 2:30pm : Software update
  • 18 March, 4pm : Updated existing Alien Script fonts, moved to science-fiction
  • 18 March, 4:30pm : Reorganized some of the Transformers fonts to sci-fi
  • 18 March, 5:30pm : Updated existing Transformers fonts, moved to sci-fi
  • 18 March, 6pm : Cleaned up comments and posts with old sale links.
  • 19 March, 9am : Updated uncategorized licensed fonts.
  • 19 March, 9:30am : Updated uncategorized donation fonts.
  • 19 March, 10am : Deleted old eCommerce solution.
  • 19 March, 11am : Resource file cleanup.
  • 19 March, 12:30pm : Basic ‘contact me’ form added.


Only one font update today, but it’s a pretty big one. Chromia is a heavily-reworked and updated version of the older Orion Pax and similar Datacron fonts, combining the best elements of each. Note that this font replaces the older two for purposes of licensing and updates. Anyone with a license for either of the two older fonts may automatically upgrade to this one for free.

Chromia is an stylized, technographic typeface based on the packaging of Hasbro’s Prime: Robots in Disguise toyline as well as the Transformers: Fall of Cybertron toyline. Includes full alphabet, extended character set, and Euro. This font includes Bold, Italic, Bold-Italic, Condensed, and Supercap versions for a total of 16 weights.

More Art-Deco Updates

Today’s update includes a new font, “Hastings”, done in a classic, simple art-deco style, along with a couple of other maintenance updates for the art-deco page.

Hastings is classic, basic art-deco face based on marquee posters found everywhere in the 1920s and 1930s. Perfect for anything that evokes the ‘pulp’ feel. Includes full alphabet, extended character set, euro. Includes bold, italic, bold-italic weights.
Broadmoor is a classic-style art-deco font based on a wide swath of lettering from the pulp era. The name is taken from the popular resort in Colorado Springs. Includes full alphabet, punctuation, accents, and Euro. Includes bold and italic versions.
Lorre is a thick, bold art-deco typeface modeled after posters and marquees from the late 1920s. Includes full alphabet, extended characters and punctuation, Euro. Includes regular and italic forms.