This is a first for me—a single-line sketch font meant for use with Silhouette and Cricut sketch pens, the new foil quill, engraving machines that require a single line, and more!
Please be aware, while this is a TTF font file, and installs to your computer the way any other font would, it isn’t a “normal” font. If you try to use it in Photoshop or Illustrator or Word, it will look funky as heck. It may appear nearly invisible, or jagged geometric shapes will appear along the lines of the letters. That’s because most of the fonts that you use with those programs are made up of outlined shapes, while this font is made of single lines. It’s built for some very specific uses.
(I’ve even had a hard time making the images for this font, because I can’t use the font in Photoshop! I’ve had to type out the text in my font creation program, screenshot it, then bring it into Photoshop that way. It’s weird, but it worked.)
Since this is my first foray into single-line fonts, and I’m not 100% sure I’ve got everything dialed in perfectly (though you know me—this is version 6, and I’ve had both sketch pen and foil quill users testing all along the way), I’m offering little Delbert for free! It comes with my standard desktop license, which covers one user for most common commercial crafter uses.
Delbert Sketch has two uppercase letter sets – one in the uppercase spots, one in the lowercase spots. It also has the full Basic Latin character set, as well as the full Latin-1 character set. I hope you enjoy it, and I’d love to see what you make with it!
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