The 21″ Ferret Face Font is made of 1/8″ thick laser-cut plywood. It is designed to look like the wood letters that small children carve into tree trunks, except this product is all high-tech stickers, not wood carving. There are 26 individual letters, numbers, punctuation, music notes, and custom shapes. You can use them to spell out words or names or create fun designs with the various elements. They are easy to install and remove if you change your mind about where to place them!
Since he already creates several popular fonts, this also falls into that category. Sharp edges contribute to the popularity of this font due to its texture, which appears to have been created by a sword.
Additionally, its corners give it a sword-like appearance, which makes it stand out. A designer has removed one stroke from several letters, including E, F, R, and W, to make it more unique.
As a result, these characteristics help this font stand out from the others. Should you wish to use it with other display fonts, then you can certainly do so as with Halant Font and Alegreya Font.
Four font families are available from Ferret Face, including four condensed, 3D, and bold styles. Several hundred characters are available in each type, along with 2048 units per em.
With its assistance, almost any kind of design can be created, from small to large. If you have such places where you find it perfect, then feel free to use it there.
You will undoubtedly get better results if you focus on your concern. In addition to creating product covers, you can also design book covers, unique logos, movie posters, TV titles, game titles, comic covers, etc.
Note: These fonts are copyrighted and licensed by their authors. To check for their license agreements , check the download files. Furthermore, to check more details visit their private or public domains.