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D12 With Pips! Now that's not something you see every day.

There are some odd dice in the world, and one of them is sitting on my desk right now: a d12 with pips (dots) instead of numbers on the faces. So I decided to make a font out of it.

Actually, I made 6 fonts -- the six different styles found in dTwelve With Pips.

This makes a perfect free promo for the other Wintertree fonts: the d6, the polyhedra, and all the many fonts soon to come. (ancient alphabets, ciphers, esoteric scripts, symbols like semaphore, even Egyptian hieroglyphs).

Except for being just the numbers 1-12 in dots, dTwelve With Pips contains all of the features of a regular Wintertree dice font. The six fonts in the package are each of the six styles. And, just as with the other Wintertree dice fonts but unlike any other dice font out there, you can create shaded "3D" dice with nothing more than your word processor.

Styles included:

  • Sharp White
  • Sharp Black
  • Rounded White
  • Rounded Black
  • Minimalist White
  • Minimalist Black

In addition to the conventional styles of dice, with a little bit of work -- a very little bit, it requires typing only 3 or 4 characters each, to set the colors -- you can create shaded "3D" dice in any color you want.

The included PDF file explains how to set up the shaded "3D" dice.

Wintertree fonts -- What little fonts want to be when they grow up!

Be sure to take a look at Wintertree's other fonts, including ancient and esoteric alphabets, dice, ciphers, hieroglyphs, and many other useful fonts for gamers.

 
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This title was added to our catalog on November 07, 2017.