IngyArrows is a set of three fonts with three sets of arrows, with one of them a blend of the other two, where normally there are standard numbers, letters, and punctuation marks.
The revision of 2011 added many of the arrows that exist in several places in the unicode codings and that cannot be accessed by normal keystrokes.
HeyPumkin is a letterbat font designed for use in the late autumn, when the leaves are falling and the harvest is underway. October 31 is an especially good time to use it. The upper- and lower-case letters are almost identical.
Buried in the font is another set of letters on pumpkins. They are on unicode characters in the 2400 block, circled digits and letters.
SmokeHaus is a caps-only, reverse-contrast display typeface with flare serifs and bold, rounded letters. In addition to the plain style, the family has shadowed, cracked, and two rough or dimpled versions. It was inspired by a sign on a smoke house in Gustavus, Alaska.
Rataczak is a stiff, awkward serifed font that was inspired by similar fonts from the 19th century. It is legible as a text font but not graceful. In addition to plain, italic, bold, bolditalic, extrabold, condensed, and condenseditalic styles, there is a striped style and a font of swash capitals.
ArgentaBobbed is an informal, "hand-printing" font with little balls that some people, often children, like to ad to the ends of strokes. Maybe it could be called a ball-serif or dot-serif font. It comes in plain and bold, plus two variants. ArgentaBobbWig is squiggly handwriting with the dots, and ArgentaBobSquish is condensed handwriting with dots.
In WaterWorks the letters are formed from pipes.
Its origins were in a specialized font for constructing mazes.
Several years ago I was asked to do a sign for a rummage sale. To print the words RUMMAGE SALE, I took letters from some of the ornate fonts I was working on at the time. I liked the results, so made them into a font. Fonts from which the letters come include HippityDippity, Tuskcandy, Letunical, OakPark, WyomingStrudel, NeuAltisch, WyomingMacroni, WyomingPastad, and Rundigsburg.
In my first year of designing fonts, I designed this caps-only font with the extreme contrast popularized in an Art Deco style. A few years later I decorated the interiors with several patterns.
There are plenty of typefaces in this style—some quite elegant—but this one may be the right one for some purposes.
The lower case of Lettergical is a mixture of several medieval styles and the upper case is a variant of Lombardic.
XComputerBugs is a pictorial font of insects, mostly butterflies and moths. A few are based on actual species, but most are fanciful and meant only for decoration.
If you grew up in the north, you may have stomped out letters in the fresh snow during the winter. Memories of such winter fun helped inspire this typeface. If one can do the typeface with shoes or boots, one can also do it with bare feet and hands. Non-human variants are possible, such as bird tracks.
Have you ever wanted to print text upside down? There is, or course, software the lets you rotate text, but another way is to use an upside-down font like UpsidedownJJ.
Notice that to use it to get upside-down printing, you must type in the words backwards.
Balboat is plain calligraphic face with a very small x-height.
AndrewAndyStencil is a sans-serif, stencil font in two weights derived from the Ingrimayne font AndrewAndreas.
EdwardEdwin a is simple rendition of a formal, calligraphic script.
Brrrrr is supposed to represent snow-covered letters, though it could also be letters covered with frosting. The lower case letters are identical to the upper-case letters.
Buried in the font is another set of letters on Christmas tree ornaments. (They are on unicode characters in the 2400 block, circled digits and letters.)
XRoomingHouse is a typeface of pictures that I did many years ago. Most of the pictures are border elements, and within a set they can be combined to make borders or frames. There is no real style consistency in the font--it is an eclectic collection of elements.
As for the name, boarders stay in a rooming house.