Lakeside is a 1940s-style brush script inspired by the hand-lettered titles in the film noir classic “Laura”. It is available exclusively in the OpenType font format and features three different styles of caps—normal caps, over-sized titling caps, and smaller, plainer caps for all-caps settings.
Lakeside has been programmed so that it automatically chooses the appropriate letter shapes as you type based on whether the letter appears at the beginning, middle or end of a word. The crossbar on the lowercase “t” extends itself if space allows. Lakeside also features an alternate cap “S” in a more traditional style and the ability to create automatic, arbitrary fractions.
It’s extended. Somewhat. It’s got all the characters. There’s a plus. It’s fully kerned. That’s awesome! And it is rubbed down to the nub. Whuh??? That means it’s highly distressed, manually eroded on my work bench. Tortured further to open the wounds using my bitmap editor. Tweaked lovingly and built up to even higher standards of distortion in my vector program. The end result is a font called Sinder.
I've even included an “ash” effect. Using the bracket or brace left gives you ashes from left to right as you type your text. Finish your text with ash terminals by typing the bracket or brace right. But be careful. This font is a heavy duty downloader. More…
Founder offers fonts in up to 4 encodings:
The GB 2312-80 encoding contains simplified Chinese characters and is designed for normal use in mainland China.
The GB/T 12345-90 encoding is the traditional Chinese counterpart of GB 2312-80. It is designed for use in mainland China when traditional, rather than simplified, Chinese characters are required. More…
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