Last week, I participated in Doctor Popular’s 4 hour font battle.

Using we all made a typeface, in 4 hours.

Here’s what I did:

Comic Serif

Alas, I was not triumphant in this battle of fonts.
It made me make my own typeface though, which I’ve been meaning to do for years.
I’m interested in making something without time limits sometime, but it will have to wait for a bunch of my other projects to be finished first!

You can read the results here.
& download everyone’s fonts here.

About Star St.Germain

I am a tornado disguised as a girl.

  1. I can’t wait to see you make more fonts! Thanks for making with us, your font looks great.

  2. thisisstar says:

    Thanks for hosting! We should do more of these things.

  3. Vixel says:

    For a four-hour challenge that’s an awesome result! I can’t wait to see what you produce when you have more time!

  4. Jolie O'Dell says:

    Hot Damn! That’s what I’m talkin’ about!

    I love the tail on the lowercase q… and the uppercase Q. And your figures are absolutely charming. Kinda reminds me of Chank’s Mister Frisky ( But yours is so definitively Miss Star. =)

    I love it! I am going to use it to make you a thing, perhaps…

  5. megabytemike says:

    I actually dig this font quite a bit. Do you happen to know what licensing the fonts were released under?

  6. Jolie O'Dell says:

    Gosh darn it, I liked it so much I used it again… In a much better project this time. It’s a mini comic called Matching Tattoos! Checky checky:

    Love you, Lady Dude! And I miss you lots.

  7. eleanor says:

    cute! kinda nightmare-before-christmas-y.

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  9. I know it was a friendly competition and all, but I think this is clearly the best of the four fonts. At least, it’s the one I would (and might) actually use.

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4 Hour Font Battle

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January 20th, 2009