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Jimmy wrote:Image

Download large STBAR font
Download small ammo counter STBAR font

EDIT: These are FON2 (imagetool) format.
I love that small STBAR variant! Umm... would it be too much to ask for lower case characters for that? :3
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You realize those characters would be very small, right? :P But sure.
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Yes, it's alright... it'll probably end up looking something like this?

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Perfect! Thanks! <3
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I have to say that a lot of these fonts are pretty impressive, Jimmy. I was curious - would you be able to do a jungle like theme? Since I am just finishing up on Temple of the Lizard Men 3, Tormentor667 recommended that I ask you for your assistance. The BIGFONT I currently have in the beta of TOTLM3 is so-so. I tried to use the "Sherwood" type of font but it's not the greatest looking thing when I put it in my wad. Would you be able to help? Thank you.

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Oh shit, Alando, I didn't see your post. :stuppor: Sorry 'bout that.

Is there a font you can point me to that looks something like what you're looking for? I usually just take a TrueType font and heavily edit it until it looks presentable. There might be some nice ones here, or under any of the other categories of "Foreign" fonts. Let me know what you'd like. :)
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Thank you for the link, Jimmy. A lot of awesome fonts on dafont.com. While I was browsing the site, the two that stood out as something that would represent TOTLM3, was "Jungle Fever" and "Diogenes." I'll give you the direct links: http://www.dafont.com/junglefever.font
http://www.dafont.com/diogenes.font

After looking at both options, I think "Diogenes" may be more of the appropriate font for the wad. Hopefully this font would be easy to work with.

Thank you for helping with the fonts - It's really a big help.

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Oh man, that Jungle Fever font is actually a real favorite of mine. :P

Here's what I've managed so far with Diogenes (still working on it):
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I have a bit of a problem getting it to process in imagetool, though. It keep saying the < character is 50 pixels high and refuses to process the font. (I could really use some help with that from someone imagetool-inclined.) Regardless, I hope it's more or less what you're after. :)
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I do say, Jimmy, it's not bad at all. I think the font would do quite well. Sorry to hear that a bit of it was tricky to create. Still I think it came out nicely. On the other hand, though, if it is easier for you to work with "Jungle Fever," then that font would also be acceptable. Which ever font is easier for you, I'll use that for TOTLM3.

Thank you again for your assistance.

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I'm really digging the STBAR (Large), but.. *pokes fingers together* Would it be possible to get one with lower casings?
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Alando: The font wasn't too hard to do, it's just being an arse with imagetool, which with my history of font editing is nothing new. :P

Hellser: Do you mean mixing the lowercase characters from the small STBAR font with the larger characters? Or would you rather I did some all-new characters?
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Jimmy wrote:Hellser: Do you mean mixing the lowercase characters from the small STBAR font with the larger characters? Or would you rather I did some all-new characters?
Aesthetically, the 'small' STBAR font and the Large STBAR font doesn't seem to mix well together for lowercase. Probably new characters.
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Okay, here we go. :)
STBARFONTwithlower.png
Download large STBAR font (updated, please redownload)
Download large STBAR font with lower-case
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