Knucklebones is a slightly slanted all caps brush font. Looks great on posters, products and books!
A little sidestep this time: Bad Medicine is a hefty slab serif Western font, ideal for use on posters and book covers.
Grumpy Tiger is a kid’s font: soft and rounded and very legible. I have also been practising my Illustrator skills, so the graphics are a bit more elaborate.
Ambrosine is a handmade didone-ish font and comes with all the trimmings.
My latest font is a bit of a scary one: a scratchy typeface full of splatter and detail.
I have never made a stencil font, so Attention Seeker is a first…. and it is not really a stencil font: it was handmade with a brush and ink, without the use of a template.
Dubbel Zout means ‘Double Salt’ in Dutch. Yeah, it doesn’t translate well. It is a term for salty licorice AND the name of my latest font.
I was in the mood for some art deco, so I finished Southside Fizz. It was based on a single word in a 1930’s ad, plus some inspiration from my Palembang font.
I have been playing with my Wacom again and Cover Up is the result. Plus all the graphics have been made in AI – which I just learned how to use (thanks Jakob for the tuts!)
This font has been in the making for a couple of weeks. Today I found the time to actually finish it: Bupkis (which means ‘zilch’ in Yiddish).