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.
Tau is an simple, decorative LCD-style font based on the written Tau language found within Games Workshop’s Warhammer 40,000 miniatures combat game and associated material. The font includes all canon characters. Includes regular […]
Tellarite is an unusual dot-based (quasi-braille looking) face based on the Tellarite language glyphs found in the Star Trek: Enterprise television series from Paramount/CBS Pictures. Includes all canon characters mapped […]
Named after the “last good year” of the classic pulp period, Thirty-Seven is a strong, bold art-deco font with a thick vertical stroke and thinner secondary strokes. Capital letters have a minor […]
Thorass is based on the common “human” language presented in Wizards of the Coast’s Forgotten Realms (third edition). It is a light, runic face with curled flourishes, suitable for fantasy calligraphy. […]
Timepiece is a bold, near-gothic face with heavy gear and needle elements in the upper-case letters. This piece is designed specifically for steampunk-style projects! Includes full alphabet, extended punctuation, Euro, […]
Tirolese is an alien-glyph font based on the writing found in display readouts of the Robotech Masters as seen in Harmony Gold’s “Robotech II: The Sentinels”. Includes all canon glyphs.
Tonopah is about as basic as Western-themed fonts get. Simple, straight, and boxy, with very heavy serifs. Includes numerals, punctuation, accent characters, and Euro. Includes Hollow, Bold, Italic, and Bold-Italic […]
The fonts pages are under heavy construction pending the site’s update.
I’ve begun setting up this site’s “store” interface for purchasing font licenses, though I’ve got a long long way to go to get all my fonts entered, much less having their web-pages look nice and organized. The links below are direct purchase links to paypal for various font families. Note that I’ve also started to offer reduced pricing for some of the simpler, or more unusual-use fonts (such as alien or fantasy scripts).
If you need to register a font that currently isn’t listed below, you can still do so directly through Paypal. Commercial registrations cost $20 per font family with funds sent to firstname.lastname@example.org . When registering the font, please enter the name of the font being registered in the ‘note’ section of the payment information.
Please keep your emailed Paypal receipt as proof of purchase of the registration.
I apologize for the temporary inconvenience this site update may cause.