I started messing around with designing fonts way back in 1997. The font called “Yearbook Mess” was my very first, and it continues to be one of my most popular designs to this day!
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Q: “How do I use your Fonts?”
A: You will need to download and then extract the font from the .zip file. In both XP and Vista right-click the .zip file and choose “Extract All” which will create a new folder with the font and text file inside. If you’re running XP, move the font to your “C:/Windows/Fonts/” folder, with Vista and Windows 7, you can simply right-click on the font and choose “Install”. Mac OS X: Double-click the font file then click the “Install Font” button.
You could also use the Font program at the link below which allows you to use Fonts temporarily or install them.
Q: “Can I use your Fonts for my business?”
A: Yes, you can use my Fonts! All I ask is that you please give credit and a link back to my site, such as: “Font used by permission from ARRFdesigns http://fonts.arrfdesigns.com”
I use AMPsoft’s free Font Viewer – “AMP Font Viewer” is a complete font manager: you can view, organize, install, delete and print fonts lists (TrueType, OpenType and Type 1). So there is no need to install all of your fonts and have them using valuable system resources.
I created a new folder on my C:/ drive called “More Fonts” where I place all non-system fonts and then I just open this program first and use them as needed!
Click here to download the program, click the above link for their main page.
The Ecofont was developed by SPRANQ in hopes to increase environmental awareness and is designed to use up to 20% less ink. It is free to download and free to use.
Click the above image to go to the website.
Font of the Day by Free-Fonts.com
All my fonts are free, but if you really like them and you’d like to donate something (ever as little as $1.00) you may click the PayPal button below 🙂 Thanks!
Click on any of the images below to download a zip file with the selected font (.ttf)
Angelized: Inspired by the TV show “Angel”
Barcode: Not a working barcode, just for fun!
Cool Dots! Inspired by my niece Desiree
Creepy Graves: For Halloween
Christmas Flakes: Merry Christmas 🙂
Hipnotik: I just wanted something weird yet fancy 🙂
Lizzard: Inspired by my son Ryan
Molecular: Use all CAPS to connect letters together,
use lowercase for single letters or to end a word
Showtime: Use [ brackets ] for rounded ends,
to connect them all without spaces use_the_underscore.
Inspired by the popular game SPORE!
Squaresville: It’s like, squaresville man!
Tilez: Designed for my wife after her favorite word game, Scrabble!
Yearbook Mess: The first font I ever designed back in 1997!