Wetetque regular and bold are all-caps faces made with simple lines. The lower case in each is different from the upper case, so the family has four sets of letters.
SdrawkcabTOC allows one to create mirror writing, that is, writing which looks correct when viewed in a mirror.
To understand why it is named as it is, print out the name “Sdrawkcab” using the typeface and hold it up to a mirror.
It is derived from the font TiredOfCourier.
JetJaneButton has letters on a design that looks like a computer button. Its letters are from JetJane Mono, a sans-serif monospaced font.
RosarGrad is a simple calligraphic face in plain and bold weights.
Wyoming Macroni is the split-serif (or Tuscan) version of the Wyoming series. The Pegged version adds a horizontal spike through the middle of the stems, which has been a popular variation of this style. Included are two shadowed versions.
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.
As its name suggests, PlainPensle is a handwriting font that emulates printing and writing with a pencil or ballpoint pen. The plain and bold styles have hand printing that is ordinary and nondescript. The italics and bolditalics contain simple handwritten cursive.
JabcedHy is a serifed, legible typeface in the traditional four styles.
It is a hybrid, constructed by blending two other typefaces, and since the result seemed better than either parent, the parents were retired.
An informal, rather bold typeface without serifs, Mushmellow looks like it might have been written with a marker pen.
In addition to the plain and bold weights, it comes with outline and “cactus” variants.
Fishhook is a letterbat font that makes letters from fishhooks and barbs. In the plain version the fishhooks look more realistic, but the bold version may be more satisfying from a typographical perspective.
Zimple is a very simple blackletter face with few if any curves.
Zirkle is a monoline font in which the upper-case letters were designed from circles or bits of circles, with interior straight lines. It was the first font I designed in Fontographer when Fontographer was still in version 2 and the most advanced Macintosh was the Macintosh II. I have heard from people who like it, but it was designed not to meet some need but to play with the geometry of circle-based letters. ZirkStressed is a “squared” version that was the result of playing with a font distortion program, which in this case produced a result that seemed interesting.
Yahosch is based on egg-shaped circular elements, with the larger part of the oval on the bottom. The thin is very readable even at smaller point sizes where it appears much like neat hand printing.
Grandecort is derived from the OakPark family. It has lost the serifs, and has moved to a more traditional look. The upper case letters are a bit heavier than the lower case letters, but overall the letter shapes are fairly conventional for a bold, display face.