Published: 20th September, 2015
Last edited: 22nd September, 2015
Created: 20th September, 2015
Clone of DP Tuxedo. I have begun smoothing the edges and adding Latin-1 Supplement characters.This is a clone of DP Tuxedo
Published: 25th April, 2008
Last edited: 26th April, 2008
Created: 25th April, 2008
This is the last of my three font designs from 1987. Only uppercase letters exist, similar to those in the commercial font Tango.
Published: 11th December, 2008
Last edited: 6th September, 2012
Created: 10th December, 2008
I adapted this from the lettering on swimming pool signage at my local wellness center.
2012/07/09: I have added special German characters to the alphabet.
Published: 11th April, 2008
Last edited: 10th May, 2014
Created: 11th April, 2008
Clone of Vipond Octic, with rounded corners.
April 2014: I expanded this font to correspond with its parent, Vipond Octic.This is a clone of Vipond Octic
Published: 15th February, 2009
Last edited: 3rd April, 2009
Created: 15th February, 2009
This lowercase-only font was inspired by an educational toy my mother once had for the use of her day care children. The font now includes Cyrillic letters.
Published: 8th April, 2008
Last edited: 27th August, 2010
Created: 8th April, 2008
This is the second of my three original font designs from 1987. I have improved the 3/4 fraction and added the uppercase form of German ß to the Even More Latin range.
Published: 13th July, 2009
Last edited: 20th May, 2014
Created: 10th July, 2009
This is my attempt at a circus-poster font. I have added international characters; thanks to the nudge tool, I have centered some accent marks.
Published: 7th April, 2008
Last edited: 4th April, 2014
Created: 7th April, 2008
I based this on one of three display fonts I designed in the late 1980s. It looks best at 72 points or larger. Just for fun, I added Cyrillic letters.
April 1, 2014: I have begun adding extended Latin letters, including the German sharp S.
Published: 29th June, 2008
Last edited: 25th June, 2012
Created: 29th June, 2008
I based this on a font specimen in Dan X. Solo's collection of Art Deco display typefaces. The "Z" and "7" are slightly different from the originals, due to FontStruct limitations. The font now includes the uppercase German sharp S.
Published: 16th June, 2008
Last edited: 5th July, 2012
Created: 16th June, 2008
This font is based on the large "Family Feud" title, complete with grid lines, displayed on that game show's Fast Money board.
20120/07/05: I changed some of the letters after seeing the "Family Feud at Opryland" sign on the U.S. Game Shows Wiki: