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  • Lunisolar

    https://www.fontspring.com/fonts/hanoded/lunisolar Finsished a new font today: it is called Lunisolar (“having to do with moon and sun”). Quite a nice font: fat(tish), rough and neat at the same time.

  • Appelstroop

    https://www.fontbros.com/families/appelstroop I was eating a sandwich with ‘appelstroop’ (Dutch for Apple Butter). I decided to name my latest font Appelstroop. Font naming made easy! ;-)

  • Cut Along

    https://www.fontbros.com/families/cut-along My cut-out font is finished. I decided to call it Cut Along – I liked it better than Scissor Madness.

  • Scissor Madness – In The Making

    I spent half a day cutting out letters from red cardboard (I had stolen from my kids). It is a new font in the making with the working title Scissor Madness. This is one of the original cut-out templates… In case you’re wondering why I used red cardboard – well, there was no black… ;-)

  • Knucklebones

    http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/hanoded/knucklebones/ Knucklebones is a slightly slanted all caps brush font. Looks great on posters, products and books!

  • Bad Medicine

    http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/hanoded/bad-medicine/ A little sidestep this time: Bad Medicine is a hefty slab serif Western font, ideal for use on posters and book covers.

  • Grumpy Tiger

    http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/hanoded/grumpy-tiger/ 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

    https://www.fontspring.com/fonts/hanoded/ambrosine Ambrosine is a handmade didone-ish font and comes with all the trimmings.

  • Ravenheart

    http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/hanoded/ravenheart/ My latest font is a bit of a scary one: a scratchy typeface full of splatter and detail.

  • Attention Seeker

    http://www.fontbros.com/families/attention-seeker 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.