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The fonts below are all available, free of charge and free to use, but please respect my copyleft when downloading any content.
I am the artist for all of the fonts below, unless otherwise stated.

Every character has their own font, hand drawn by me or a good friend. The fonts were 'cleaned up' and re-uploaded in Dec 2011, so if you have downloaded any of the fonts before then, replace them with the ones below. They are closer to a 'proper' size and they have a better alignment, among other things. They also have full punctuation, including numerous international symbols and letters and a few even have the Cyrillic alphabet as well.

I use a program called Scanahand by a company called High-Logic.

They make several inexpensive products for producing fonts. Scanahand allows you to draw the fonts by hand, but if you're fastidious and precise and want a super-consistent font maker, they have slightly more expensive product called FontCreator.

For those of you who use Scanahand, I use this template for international and Cyrillic letters. Once it is imported into Scanahand, go to "Tools - Options - Template" and set the top and bottom margins to 0.5 inches.

If you want a custom font, I take commissions.

Please consider donating to my charity of choice, Camfed, if you download any fonts.
Miscellaneous Fonts
These are fonts that are not used for characters.

Narrative

Here is a panagram for the Narrative font.
The Narrative font has been downloaded times and can be found by clicking here.

Portrayal

Here is a panagram for the font used in Portrayals.
The Portrayal font has been downloaded times and can be found by clicking here.

TimePlace

Here is a panagram of the font I use to convey the time and place of the action.
The PlaceTime font has been downloaded times and can be found by clicking here.

Major Characters
These are fonts that are specific to certain characters.

Grace ParsleyHare and Simon StæppenWulf,
Simon and Grace

our two little tearaways, bless 'em! Fourteen and besotted with each other in a forbidden romance - well, 'forbidden' is a bit strong - maybe... 'frowned upon'. At least for now. When they grow up, it will be forbidden.

Here is a panagram of Grace's font:

Grace's font has been downloaded times and can be found by clicking here.
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Here is a panagram of Simon's font:

Simon's font has been downloaded times and can be found by clicking here.

Simon's font was drawn by Simon, who was the inspiration for the character.
Grace's font was drawn by Oni, who is the wife of Simon (in real life).

Ignatius HaliFox,

the unimpeachably honest, yet hopelessly na´ve, mayor of Otterstow. It falls upon his tiny shoulders (he's really short) to find the two runaways, shown above. As the mayor of a very small town (smaller than most hamlets), he is the de facto law enforcement officer and he must do his duty. Gifted at paperwork and red tape, he's a bit at sea when it comes to finding lost children.

Here is a panagram for Ignatius' font:

Ignatius' font has been downloaded times and can be found by clicking here.

Jess Jess FærFyxe,

(pronounced 'fair fix') was the childhood friend (although some would say 'tormentor') of Ignatius. With a wicked, razor-sharp wit and a rather loose sense of propriety, she has a gift for getting others (and herself) into trouble. As such, she is not loved by all and sundry.

Here is a panagram for Jess' font:

Jess' font has been downloaded times and can be found by clicking here.

Geoff ThistleBoar,

a (semi-)retired Master Builder. A widower, with all of his children gone from the nest, he's getting a bit restless. An artisan at his profession, his Opus Magnus is yet to come in the form of the derelict Rialto.

Here is a panagram for Geoff's font:

Geoff's font has been downloaded times and can be found by clicking here.

Linda OakSquirrel,

is Otterstow's bon vivant, shameless flirt and town clerk. She is also a sculptress of natural, hard-paste, biscuit porcelain, although some would say her subject matter is of a rather unnatural genre.

Here is a panagram for Linda's font:

Linda's font has been downloaded times and can be found by clicking here.

Thaddeus "Tad" WhinnsBrocc

is actually a decent sort of person. Except when he's loaded - then he can be a bit of a bully. He's from The Caldons, which is up north, if you're wondering why his speech is a bit difficult to decipher.

Here is a panagram for Thaddeus' font:

Thaddeus' font has been downloaded times and can be found by clicking here.

Sandra StæppenWylf and Steven "Slide" HolenWulf

are Simon StæppenWulf's parents. Note that Sandra's last name uses the feminine form, being 'Wylf' - she is The Good Mother (note the definite article).
Slide earned his nickname for his skill on the slide guitar, although it's been a while since he's played in public.

Here is a panagram for Sandra's font:

Sandra's font has been downloaded times and can be found by clicking here.
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Here is a panagram for Slide's font:

Slide's font has been downloaded times and can be found by clicking here.

Gina ParsleyHare and Pete DunBerr

are the publicans and residents of the Black Kettle Public House (which Gina owns). Despite sharing the responsibilities of the pub, living together and having raised three children from infancy (Grace being one of them), they are definitely not married, nor do they have any romantic interest in each other.

Here is a panagram for Gina's font:

Gina's font has been downloaded times and can be found by clicking here.
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Here is a panagram for Pete's font:

Pete's font has been downloaded times and can be found by clicking here.

Rachael and Clare MarchHare

are identical twins - can't you tell? Strictly speaking, they are the nieces of Gina and cousins to Grace, as they were abandoned by their parents (one of whom was Gina's brother).
Rachael is of a physical nature, wishing to be a proper barman, like her "father", Pete.
Clare is quite bookish, but hardly detached from the pragmatic side of life.

Here is a panagram for Rachael's font:

Rachael's font has been downloaded times and can be found by clicking here.
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Here is a panagram for Clare's font:

Clare's font has been downloaded times and can be found by clicking here.

Liza and Johnny PrIgel

are mother and son, respectively.
Liza used to live in Otterstow, but now lives in Trinova (something akin to London) and works in the Met Library. She refuses to give any contact information to her eight children (including Johnny) as they only ring when they want money or free child-minding.
Johnny acts as a sort of dogsbody about Otterstow, doing a bit of work, now and again, when asked. He's hardly ambitious, but he's not exactly lazy, either.

Here is a panagram for Liza's font:

Liza's font has been downloaded times and can be found by clicking here.
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Here is a panagram for Johnny's font:

Johnny's font has been downloaded times and can be found by clicking here.
Minor Characters
George MacAleister
is a Captain of Commerce. He's also a capitalist swine that cheats on his taxes and exploits the public for his personal gain, but that's for you to discover. He owns the Rialto and thinks of it as a white elephant that he needs shed of - whilst making the largest profit possible.
Here is a panagram for George MacAleister's font:

George's font has been downloaded times and can be found by clicking here.
Leon
is George MacAleister's chauffeur and right-hand man. He's not above a bit of fiduciary chicanery, but he draws a line at violence.
Here is a panagram for Leon's font:

Leon's font has been downloaded times and can be found by clicking here.
The Brewery Worker
visits Nora (the home of Ignatius, and rhymes with 'hurrah') once a month. He does an assay of the rather massive quantity of alcohol stored in the basement and tops up any missing bits. Who, exactly, is paying for this remains somewhat of a mystery.
Here is a panagram for the Brewery Worker's font:

The Brewery Worker's font has been downloaded times and can be found by clicking here.
The Engineer
does what engineers do. George MacAleister wants to demolish the Rialto and the engineer tells him what that entails - basically, that it's not possible.

There is no special font for The Engineer.

Elizabeth and Xavier HaliFox
are the (deceased) parents of Ignatius.

There is no special font for Elizabeth and Xavier.


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