Monday, June 9, 2014

Public Domain Borders, Letters, etc.

Some of these files I use all the time to throw together proofs of concept for the blog, some of the files I've used only once for an in-game prop, other files I just started gathering thinking you mind find them useful.

I like using borders on player handouts to set them apart from other paperwork laying about; it marks them as a part of my fantasy adventure game.  And the ones I use are me trying to get a gritty feel that a computer generated shape doesn't give you, without having to draw and scan everything myself. Anyway, there are more than these shown here in the zip file, and I'll add more as I find them.


  1. This post reminded me of an old bookmark I have on this computer:

    Love the initials!

  2. Both this and Jensan's link above are pure gold for me; thank you very much!

  3. Thanks for that link, Jensan. That book is jam packed, though it looks like it is too new to be in the public domain. And my pleasure, Anders.

    Here's a tip to find more of this kind of stuff: search's text files for "specimen" or "type" Here is a pretty sweet example:

    And another if you want something more gonzo colorful:

  4. Fonts: