Font Statistics

I finally got around to reimplementing the Font Statistics plugin I had running on my previous site to show daily download statistics for Scandinavian designers on DaFont. The page is available here.

Taylor Serif

Another font is up on DaFont and Creative Fabrica. Taylor Serif is a bold and strong lettered serif font. This font reads as confident, and dynamic and can add tons of nostalgic character to your designs. For personal use you can download it on DaFont: https://www.dafont.com/taylor-serif.font For commercial use you can purchase a license on Read More …

100 Favorites!

Today I managed to reach my 100th favourite on Creative Fabrica. I’ve also managed to reach 450 000 downloads on DaFont recently, hoping to reach 500 000 sometime during the next few weeks if more fonts in the pipeline are accepted.

Metal Plate

Another font of mine is up on DaFont and Creative Fabrica. Metal Plate is a bold and solid display font. With this font you get extra thick stems to play around with, or maybe you just want some big dark letters with a lot of impact? Metal Plate has you covered. For personal use, the Read More …

Cardboard Cutout

Just recently I created my first COLR/CPAL color font by colorizing the Cardboard Cutout font. Cardboard Cutout is a cartoonish geometric font with straight lines and a rough look. For personal use, the font is available on DaFont here. For commercial use, please purchase a license on my Creative Fabrica store here.

DM-80

Another font of mine is up on DaFont, FontBundles and Creative Fabrica. DM-80 is a monospaced font that emulates a 9-pin dot matrix printer. It comes in two weights, regular and light and features all basic ASCII characters. Use it for designs that require a retro look reminiscent of an old office document. For personal Read More …

Chapter 2

After I finished watching the Animated Lamp chapter of the first Blender course and found out that the other chapters weren’t updated to 2.8 I thought I’d start on another course while waiting for the others to become available. There was some repetition of the concepts I learned earlier on block modelling, but a lot Read More …