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by Comicraft
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Complete family of 4 fonts: $49.00
Scoundrel Font Family was designed by Richard Starkings, John Roshell and published by Comicraft. Scoundrel contains 4 styles and family package options.

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About Scoundrel Font Family

Leathery and Loopy Letterer of Legend, Richard Starkings has pointed his Apple Pencil at Procreate on his iPad and proceeded to raise the bar on lower case for this scandalous series of squiggles we had to call Rendered in the style of ShoutOut, this jaunty new Comicraft offering features both upper and lower case and recreates a pen lettering style of which we honestly thought Old Man Starkings was no longer capable! Suitable for jolly journal entries, hand-written notes to loved ones and sundry laundry lists, SCOUNDREL does more than Shout, and it does it quite quietly too!

Scoundrel includes four weights (Regular, Italic, Bold & Bold Italic) with upper and lower case alphabets plus Western and Central European international characters.

Designers: Richard Starkings, John Roshell

Publisher: Comicraft

Foundry: Comicraft

Design Owner: Comicraft

MyFonts debut: Feb 19, 2021


About Comicraft

The World's Greatest Comic Book Fonts! Having dutifully lettered thousands of comic books, Comicraft's Fearless Fonts save the day in video games, TV shows, movie titles and wherever fun, lively fonts are needed. In 1992, the Dynamic Duo of Richard Starkings and John Roshelll, and their Fearless Fleet of Font Finaglers, began providing unique design and fine lettering to the comic book, TV and video game industries, and have become known for pioneering the use of the computer in the art of comic book lettering. Trapped in a world they never made, Comicraft's Fearless Fonts will come to the rescue in the nick of time!The Premium foundry page can be viewed Here.

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