Ben McGehee Fonts Downloads

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  • Aswell
    Aswell
    Packages

    Aswell

    Style

    Regular

    Version

    1.1 5/3/97

    Company

    UnAuthorized Type

    Author

    Ben McGehee

    Trademark

    UnAuthorized Type

    Copyright

    Another great freeware font from Unauthorized Type. http://www.latech.edu/~bmcgehee/untype/index.htm

    Description

    This version includes capital and lowercase letters, some commonly used punctuation and a few international characters by special request.I recently received a cup with my name on it. I really liked the writing style. I have always liked that style of writing, because it means #1 that it came from a girl, and #2 that they took a lot of time on it. Well, now anyone can use this style of writing. I just don't see how you can put a plastic cup in an inkjet printer. If anyone knows, please tell me.Aswell is the name of a girl's dorm at LA Tech, where I go to school. Last year, my girlfreind lived there, so I know it pretty well. Now she lives off campus, but I'm stuck living in the dorms. (The guys are much worse off than the girls)

    License

    You use this font in any way that you see fit. If you distribute it, I would like for the readme text file to accompany it. (That's just so they know who made it.) You may distribute it on CD, disk, or any other medium, but you may not sell it.

    Regular Ben McGehee
    35.39 KB
  • Flubber
    Flubber
    Packages

    Flubber

    Style

    Regular

    Version

    1.0 8/14/97

    Company

    UnAuthorized Type

    Author

    Ben McGehee

    Trademark

    http://www.latech.edu/~bmcgehee/untype/index.htm

    Copyright

    Freeware from: UnAuthorized Type

    Description

    This version includes upper and lowercase letters, punctuation, and many international characters. I also included some UA Type dingbats (just to amuse myself, and so you don't get those annoying boxes when you type something that isn't in the font).Remember the Absent-Minded Professor from Disney? He accidently created this rubbery substance that bounced higher and higher and higher. He used it to make things fly. Well, I accidently dicovered the technique for making this font. And it has that rubbery - strechy look to it.

    License

    You use this font in any way that you see fit. If you distribute it, I would like for the readme text file to accompany it. (That's just so they know who made it.) You may distribute it on CD, disk, or any other medium, but you may not sell it.

    Regular Ben McGehee
    58.82 KB
  • Knocked Around
    Knocked Around
    Packages

    Knocked Around

    Style

    Regular

    Version

    Macromedia Fontographer 4.1 4/13/97

    Company

    UnAuthorized Type

    Author

    Ben McGehee

    Copyright

    Freeware from Unauthorized Type http://www.latech.edu/~bmcgehee/untype/index.htm

    Description

    This initial version includes all normal characters, plus a few extras.This is my first attempt to create lowercase letters in a font. My first try at any font (Previewance - found at my web site) had two versions of each capital letters. I am hoping that this one can be of more use. As time goes by, and my skills increase, hopefully so will the quality of my fonts.

    License

    You use this font in any way that you see fit. If you distribute it, I would like for the readme text file to accompany it. (That's just so they know who made it.) You may distribute it on CD, disk, or any other medium, but you may not sell it.

    Regular Ben McGehee
    42.63 KB
  • Previewance V2
    Previewance V2
    Packages

    Previewance

    Style

    Regular

    Version

    Macromedia Fontographer 4.1 3/10/97

    Company

    UnAuthorized Type

    Author

    Ben McGehee

    Copyright

    Freeware from Unauthorized Type http://www.latech.edu/~bmcgehee/untype/index.htm

    Description

    This initial version includes all normal characters, plus a few extras.I was'nt really sure what this font would be good for when I created it, but some people wrote e-mail that said it looked letters at the bottom of a pool. Write a bolck of text in blue letters and see if you can understand. As time goes by, and my skills increase, better fonts will be released. Probably as freeware.

    License

    You use this font in any way that you see fit. If you distribute it, I would like for the readme text file to accompany it. (That's just so they know who made it.) You may distribute it on CD, disk, or any other medium, but you may not sell it.

    Regular Ben McGehee
    41.48 KB
  • Slightly Hollow V2
    Slightly Hollow V2
    Packages

    Slightly Hollow

    Style

    Regular

    Version

    1.00 11/23/97

    Company

    UnAuthorized Type

    Author

    Ben McGehee

    Trademark

    UnAuthorized Type

    Copyright

    A Freeware Creation from Unauthorized Type

    Description

    This version includes upper and lowercase letters, punctuation, and a few international characters. I also included some UA Type dingbats (just to amuse myself, and so you don't get those annoying boxes when you type something that isn't in the font).This could be considered an alternative to Swollen Slightly, since it was based on it. Or maybe you would call it a variation. Some people may think it's really cool. Some people will not. Thank you for taking the time to download this and read my ramblings.

    License

    You use this font in any way that you see fit. If you distribute it, I would like for the readme text file to accompany it. (That's just so they know who made it.) You may distribute it on CD, disk, or any other medium, but you may not sell it.

  • Beta Dance V2
    Beta Dance V2
    Packages

    Beta Dance

    Style

    Regular

    Version

    1.0 10/2/97

    Company

    UnAuthorized Type

    Author

    Ben McGehee

    Trademark

    http://www.latech.edu/~bmcgehee/untype/index.htm

    Copyright

    Freeware from: UnAuthorized Type

    Description

    This version includes upper and lowercase letters, punctuation, and many international characters. I also included some UA Type dingbats (just to amuse myself, and so you don't get those annoying boxes when you type something that isn't in the font).Alpha Dance is pretty cool. But as I was playing with it, I realized that the straight lines didn't look as good as I thought they would. So I thought, Hey, make it a little more rounded. So I did. I am now realizing that the Alpha was in reference to the stage of creation of the font. As you can see, this one is in Beta. Maybe I'll bring it out of Beta one day. Or not.

    License

    You use this font in any way that you see fit. If you distribute it, I would like for the readme text file to accompany it. (That's just so they know who made it.) You may distribute it on CD, disk, or any other medium, but you may not sell it.

    Regular Ben McGehee
    72.61 KB
  • EDB Indians
    EDB Indians
    Packages

    EDB Indians

    Style

    Regular

    Version

    1.00 12/15/97

    Company

    UnAuthorized Type

    Author

    Ben McGehee

    Trademark

    Collaboration between Ben McGehee of UnAuthorized Type and Edward Buri.

    Copyright

    Freeware by UnAuthorized Type and Edward Buri

    Description

    This version includes upper and lowercase letters and most punctuation. I also included some UA Type dingbats (just to amuse myself, and so you don't get those annoying boxes when you type something that isn't in the font).This is about as close to a Thanksgiving font as you come. Problem is, the release date was about two weeks for Thanksgiving of 1997. Maybe it will be used for subsequent years.Edward Buri sent me an e-mail saying he had doodled some letters, and could I make them into an alphabet? He sent me lots of pages of ideas, and I told him that this one would work out great, if he could complete it. He did, and I fonted it. The upper-case outline version is what he gave to me. I just did those filled-in lowercase versions because I wanted to. I didn't realize when I started that it would double the completion time. Yeah.

    License

    You use this font in any way that you see fit. If you distribute it, I would like for the readme text file to accompany it. (That's just so they know who made it.) You may distribute it on CD, disk, or any other medium, but you may not sell it.

    Regular Ben McGehee
    69.43 KB
  • 2 Prong Tree V3
    2 Prong Tree V3
    Packages

    2 Prong Tree

    Style

    Regular

    Version

    1.0 (5/24/97)

    Company

    UnAuthorized Type

    Author

    Ben McGehee

    Trademark

    UnAuthorized Type

    Copyright

    Another Freeware font from UnAuthorized Type

    Description

    This version includes only capital letters, and some commonly used punctuation. plus the new UA Type dingbat (just to amuse myself).When I was sitting in Huddle House one night, drinking coffee, I was showing my girlfriend the fonts I was working on. I drew out 3-Prong Tree, and she said that she didn't like it. She told me to do it with just 2 lines on every letter. So I tried that with this one.She realized after the finished product of 3-Prong Tree that it was good, but I went on and did 2-Prong Tree just to see the difference. 3-Prong looks better at smaller point sizes (because it's fatter), but 2-Prong Tree looks better at larger point sizes (because the letters are cleaner).

    License

    You use this font in any way that you see fit. If you distribute it, I would like for the readme text file to accompany it. (That's just so they know who made it.) You may distribute it on CD, disk, or any other medium, but you may not sell it.

    Regular Ben McGehee
    67.36 KB
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