Font Name:Hill Country
Glyphs:42 glyphs / 96 characters
License:Free for personal use
Downloads:16 total (0 this week)
I've had this font in my private stash for a couple of years, now; I use it for making local-area fantasy maps. It's part of a library of mapping fonts that I may someday develop into a complete commercial set, but more important, it's the one I get the most use of! It's a dingbat font loaded up (letters and numbers) with hand-doodled hill and mountain symbols. Drag 'em into the paint or illustration program of your choice, and you can quickly assemble a layout with a comfortably hand-drawn look.
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Hill Country font contains 96 defined characters and 42 unique glyphs. The font contains characters from the following unicode character ranges: Basic Latin (93), Latin-1 Supplement (1), General Punctuation (1).
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Hill Country is a dingbats, nature font designed by Cumberland Fontworks. The font is licensed as Free for personal use. You can download and use the font free for personal projects. For commercial projects please refer to the license file in the package or contact the designer directly from www222.pair.com.
The zip archive contains the following files:
- › Hill Country.ttf
- › ReadMe.txt
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