Feel free do download and use these as you see fit. I mostly made these all for my personal use, and couldn’t convince myfonts.com to post them for sale, so no sense in letting them just sit useless on my computer.

80’s Comic – I made based this font design off of the classic hand-lettered comic dialogue of comics and graphic novels published in the 1980s.

Diary Roman – Something I was playing with to simulate the headings of a teenage girl’s diary.

Enochian Script – Based on the occult or angelic language recorded in the private journals of John Dee and his colleague Edward Kelley in late 16th-century England. Useful font for magic spell scrolls or books in a fantasy setting like D&D. More info here.

Haiirogen – Monospaced alien language font I made up for a race in some of my sci-fi stories.

Malachim Script – Based on an alphabet published by Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa in the 16th century. Another good fantasy/occult font. More info here.

Maxfield Parrish – An old-fashioned hand written serif designed from a page of an old, out-of print book about lettering. The illustration of that page was created by the artist of the same name.

Micropixel Sixer – My attempt at creating the smallest font possible for use in sprite graphics.

Sociopath Script – The tightly spaced fast writing of a madman. Based on my own handwriting.

Starship Stencil – I wanted something that would feel at home in a futuristic industrial setting.

Steadyhand Comic – My first attempt at creating a font for use in a new comic book I’m writing. I didn’t like how it turned out in relation to that project; it was too happy for the mood I was going for. I still like the font as a good alternative to Comic Sans.

Steadyhand Graphic – My second attempt at a comic dialogue font for a project. I think this came out closer to what I need.

Thebian – Another occult script based on something from the 16th century. Read more here.

Whitney Runic – A classic norse rune script based an illustration from William Dwight Whitney’s The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia.