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Here you'll find fonts for download, and they're all free. I've been making them in my spare time ever since I downloaded the whimsically-titled Font Creator Program from High-Logic.com. I've been hand-lettering fonts on paper since I was about eight years old, and now look where I am. Totally addicted, that's where. I couldn't stop if I tried. So if I have to suffer from this affliction, I might as well share it with the world. Just think of me as your font pusher. Always remember, the first one is free. And the next one, and the next one....

Thanks to RM for converting most of the fonts to Mac formats. He also converted the Unicode fonts I've made. Trouble is, he's not sure what the results actually are, and I'm Mac-deprived, so I personally have no way of finding out. If you can help me figure out what to call them, please do. They're right here.

To my great astonishment, I was named Font Designer of the Month for February 2002 at Typesource by Proxy's Fontplay module.

As of August 30, 2002, all fonts on my site are licensed under the Design Science License, which means that the fonts are still free, freely distributable, and you can modify them, but if you distribute either my fonts or your modified fonts you also have to provide access to my freeware fonts, and your new fonts can be modified the same way. For more detail, look here.

On February 1, 2004, GangueOuais comes up the gangueplanque. As of December 13, all three Unicode fonts have been updated: Hindsight, Torquemada Starved and a greatly revised version of Enigmatic. Intruder Alert breaks in on September 18. Someone wanted updated versions of the Tin Doghouse and Tin Birdhouse fonts for Mac. Between the two of us, we've got them, although frankly, Ponofob did all the work because I'm clueless when it comes to Macs. Those are available from June 28.

E-mail me at my Hotmail account. Userid is "djrigby".
Spambots should learn to read English if they want to get in touch with me.

Graphics (c) 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 Darren Rigby.
Not that I can think of any good reason to use them outside this site anyway.