Oh, very handy. Poked around in there quite a bit. Found a few nifty references, woodblock reproductions are snazzy.
very handy trhead here! I recongnise some fonts that I have hehe! But I was wondering if anyone could tell me where I could find the fonts Wizards of the Coast use in there D&D books...I found Aquiline Two on dafonts.com but I can't seem to find the other ones...
thanks for the link Rob it's VERY apreciated!
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Found a nice but not free ($32 US) font to be used on maps:
“A good choice for short texts, headings, witchcraft potion recipes, madrigals, spells and treasure map naming.”
Yeah your right thats a really good one. Has that kind of old man with shaky hand effect to it that makes it look really authentic.
Nice, thanks for posting.