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A pizazz-filled, handwritten showcard typeface with lots of different display styles

Version downloads

The first one’s free for personal use (donate $5+ so you can use it commercially and also so I can stop having to eat out of trash cans) and the rest are available as a package for $15.

Free download – Doesn’t include all font styles, just ‘Normal’
Donate $5+ for a commercial license

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8 Different display styles

All-purpose handwritten showcard font

I started “¡Que Rompa!” with the intention that it would work purely as a titling display typeface for things like (hypothetical) play posters and (hypothetical) arty event flyers. But at some point in the process I started drinking too much tea. I ended up fleshing out the character list to an unwholesome degree by display font standards. So what you see here is a shockingly complete, all-purpose font.

And with 8 different display styles to boot! I’m tired.

OpenType stuff

As with all of my handwritten fonts, “¡Que Rompa!” comes with OpenType features to enhance the illusion that it is actual handwriting. With contextual alternatives turned on, the second letter in a double letter string (i.e. “aa“) is replaced automatically by a slightly-different version of the same letter.

OpenType features are accessible in most design-related applications as well as many unrelated applications. You can read my article on how to use OpenType features in Microsoft Word here: