Hi there! So are you ready to transform your handwriting into a font you can use on your computer??
Pretty pretty please read all the terms below, and instructions. It will most likely answer any questions you might have, and save time for both of us in the long run! :)
- You MAY use all fonts for personal and small commercial use to create invitations, scrapbook layouts, web designs, etc.
- You MAY NOT under any circumstance re-post OR resell any of the fonts.
Thank you for respecting these pretty simple rules! :)
Please use the following materials for your submission:
- a blank (clean and spotless) white sheet of copy paper. No lines please.
- a black, THIN (not ULTRA fine) felt-tip sharpie
1. Write all the letters A-Z (capital and lowercase) on your sheet of paper. Do not make any stray marks on the sheet as it will interfere with creating the best quality font of your handwriting possible.
2. Please also include the following conjugation marks if possible, and more if you like, and hey, you can be creative on these! ,.()&@`?
3. Write the following sentence somewhere on your paper, after your alphabet and conjugation marks:
He hath made everything beautiful in his time…
4. Scan your handwriting on a flatbed scanner (for best results please do not use a hand-held scanner)
5. Make sure your scanner settings are at least 300 dpi and in GRAYSCALE.
6. Save your file as a JPEG or a PNG file. I will only be able to accept these two formats.
7. THE FUN PART! Name your font! You can name it anything you like~ preferably with your name involved or even a nickname. At the end of the day, I reserve the right to rename the font, if your name has already been used OR if I find the name you suggested offensive.
8. Email me your font name and your file to: firstname.lastname@example.org :)
9. I will not be able to email you personally when the font uploads, but please expect about a 2 week wait for your font to appear on the site. Please check here periodically for new font releases and our facebook page.
Thank you so much! I look forward to turning your handwriting into a font soon!