Monthly Archives: February 2016


album_solitariumThis 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.

Version 1.20 – 27 February 2016
* Added Polish Characters
* Improved numerous glyphs
* Cleaned up kerning and spacing issues

Cyberverse Updated

album_cyberverseCyberverse is inspired by Hasbro’s “Cyberverse” line logo from Transformers: Dark of the Moon as well as the GI Joe: Rise of Cobra logo, as well as many science-fiction marquees. Includes full alphabet, accent characters, and euro. Also includes regular, bold, italic, and bold italic and condensed versions.

Version 2.00 – 22 February 2016
* Reworked base font for clarity and readability
* Added bold weight (former regular weight)
* Reworked condensed faces to new weights
* Replaced braces and vertical bar
* Reworked ampersand, asterisk, and a few other glyphs
* Added Polish character set

Roddenberry Updated

album_roddenberryRoddenberry is Pixel Saga’s version of the ever popular title logo of the original Star Trek television series, created by Gene Roddenberry for Desilu and NBC. This font includes full alpha-numerics, extended punctuation, euro. Available in regular, bold italic, and bold-italic weights.

Version 2.00 – 24 Februrary 2016
* Added OE, oe, and Per Mille glyphs
* Reworked european accents, percent, and asterisk
* Added polish characters
* Rebuilt kerning table


album_plavskyPlavsky is an LCD-style typeface 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.

Version 1.10 – 20 February 2016
* Fixed some glyphs
* Added Polish character set
* Reworked kerning and spacing issues

Bayformance Updated

album_bayformanceBayformance is a simple, bold, technical-based typeface inspired by the title logo from Michael Bay’s Transformers 4: Age of Extinction. Includes full alphabet, punctuation, extended character set, and Euro. Includes italic, bold, and bold italic versions.

Version 1.20 – 23 February 2016
* Added Polish Character Set
* Cleaned up spacing and kerning issues
* Minor error corrections

Dai-Atlas Updated

album_dai-atlasDai-Atlas is a science-fiction themed, LCD-like font is based on the original Transformers logo from Hasbro, except thinner and leaner for ease of reading. Includes full alphabet, extended punctuation, and Euro. Includes italic and bold versions.

Version 1.10 – 18 February 2016
* Added Polish Characters
* Improved spacing and kerning issues


album_steamwheelSteamwheel is a square, wrought-iron-style typeface adorned in the capital letters with gear-wheels. Includes full alphabet, lower case, extended punctuation and euro. Available in regular and italic faces.

Volkoff Updated

album_volkoffVolkoff is a stylized military-stencil typeface given upper-caps and a minor ‘Soviet-Era’ Russian flare with some glyphs (such as the backwards ‘R’.) Includes full alphanumerics, extended punctuation, Euro. Includes regular and italic weights.

Version 1.10 – 20 February 2016
* Corrected spacing and kerning issues
* Added OE, oe, and per-mille characters.

Straczynski Updated

album_straczynskiThis bold typeface is based on the opening credits for the classic television series “Babylon 5”. Includes full alphabet, punctuation, extended characters, euro. Includes bold and italic versions.

Version 1.1 – 9 February 2016
* Added OE, oe, and mille characters
* Glyph cleanup

Comic Book Font Updated

album_comic_bookComic Book is one of my first ‘scan and build’ fonts but I unfortunately don’t remember which comic book page I used to start work on it. It is designed to resemble the lettering of a typical comic classic book. Includes full alphabet, extended punctuation, Euro. Includes bold, italic and bold-italic versions.

Version 3.30 – 4 February 2016
* Vastly improved spacing and kerning
* Updated font standard
* Minor updates to reflect proper comic style