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.
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).
- Font Name:Hill Country
- Version:Version 3.0 www.cumberlandgames.com Private Use Freeware
- Designer:S. John Ross
Public version. A Graphic design tool. Not for commercial use of any kind. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for commercial licensing.
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