The Unknown Secret Brush (OpenType-SVG), uses new technology that makes the way for more authentic looking fonts and natural texture strokes will definitely attract the attention of customers and designers. Each letter is drawn repeatedly until it is considered feasible and perfect, and then edited to get a truly perfect texture.
Unknown Secret font is also experimental, only working on Mac Photoshop, Illustrator, and some other native Mac apps.
PC user bitmap font works in Photoshop CC2017 +
Windows does not support bitmap fonts, so you will not see the letters you are compiling installing fonts.
In Photoshop CC2017 +.
Your non-Mac users can still use fonts but in different ways
You can see traditional vector letters in the font preview window at the bottom of this post. Still has a lot of terrible details.
Want Extra Grunge?I also changed the font to a traditional black and white font that will work on Windows and Macs in any app.
OpenType SVG includeds
Traditional font vectors include
Uppercase A-Z a-z ALLCAPS
Full support for Western, Central or South Eastern Glyphs
All machines connected in a single photoshop file, each glyph is about 1200x1200 pixels at 300 DPI
Please note: OpenType-SVG is a new technology, it only became industry standard in 2016. At the moment colour bitmap fonts will only work on MacOs.
Illustrator CC 2018+ and Photoshop CC 2017+ officially support and display colour fonts. InDesign CC 2018 has got unofficial support. They will work with most Mac native apps like pages, keynote, TextEdit and Safari.
For PC users I have included all the letters as .psd files so you can still use them for your designs. And it also has the traditional vector font that will work anywhere.
Check what is supported at https://www.colorfonts.wtf/
The preview below is for the vector version of the typeface. CM is unable to show the full-colour font, but you can see all the glyphs in the preview screens.
If you have any questions feel free to message me.
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