Fake Serif
Free Font by Syaf Rizal, Khurasan Type

Another quickly hand-brushed print style script font created by Syaf Rizal (Khurasan Type) and released as 100% free for personal or commercial use, although donations to support the artist's continued design work are always welcomed...

Thank you for download my product.
This product 100% free for personal use & commercial use.

If you want DONATE click here https://www.paypal.me/jalembe
I really appreciate your donations.

Big Thank you
Syafrizal a.k.a. Khurasan

This font is distributed in OpenType ('Fake Serif.otf') and TrueType ('Fake Serif.ttf') font formats. Only install one of these fonts (too many fonts in your system is a no-no and these are the same).

As a rule, if you are using it in design work or graphics, use the OpenType format, but for most office use (such as in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc...) all that will be required is the TrueType format Font file.

Contents of this distribution archive...
Font in OpenType & TrueType formats:
Fake Serif.otf (OpenType)
Fake Serif.ttf (TrueType)

The artist has also included more info in the text document file:
More Info.txt

And a Portable Document File which can open in any Acrobat enabled web browser:
Read me please.pdf

He has also included a font 'hero' header/title/sample image in JPEG format:
Fake Serif.jpg

And I added this text file (that you are reading now) to document the archive, the license this archive is distributed under, info about the artist & his contact info...
Fake Serif.txt

This distribution archive was setup and documented by me, Doug Peters, for Font-Journal and it has a home page there at...

Syaf Rizal (aka Khurasan)
Graphic Designer, Comic Artist & Illustrator based in Aceh, Indonesia. Feel free to contact...

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Behance Portfolio:

Commercial Fonts Portfolios...
OnlineShop @ Creative Fabrica:
OnlineShop @ Creative Market:
OnlineShop @ Font Bundles:
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Commercial Stock Graphic Art Portfolio:
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Typography Design
I am big on fonts and designing them. I try to encourage everyone to try it...

# Font Tools: #

Font Editor Software:

Ever want to create your own font?
Try Fontstruct at https://w3n.us/fs
Itís free, easy and itís fun.
Fontstruct © 2018 Rob Meek.

FontStruct is a free online font building tool that I have used to make a few of my own fonts. Fontstruct is a free font editor available at which was the tool chosen to make this font - itís fun, free, and easy to learn and use. You can even make your own version of this font with it, and there is a great little community of designers there that share with each other, though if you want, you may well keep to yourself and still use the font editor.


calligraphr allows you to scan your own hand lettered fonts in small character numbers for free, or with a large character sets with a subscription model.

You simply select the glyphs you want to include, then download a template, fill it in by lettering the characters using your own design, then scan it back into the PC/Mac/Linux/etc... and the online tool will create a font from your lettered template.


Another free font editor is a Linux based professional editor with support for most every modern font standard. Though it has been ported to other platforms, I have never been able to get it to run on Windows. It apparently runs great on Linux, Mac & Sun, and they are always working on the Windows version (I haven't tried to install it on Windows 10 and probably never will. I just installed Linux & FontForge on an old laptop and expect to be using it pretty heavily.


Fontlab Typography Suites:
If you would like to get yourself a decent font editor to create your own font(s) on your PC or Mac, I recommend Fontographer, although TypeTool might do the job, too. FontLab is the flagship typographic tool of the Fontlab company. However, do note that I do use Fontstruct online.


A Mac-only version of professional typography editors is Glyphs, which is also supported by FontStruct (allowing you to wireframe a design in FontStruct, export it, and then add the bezier curves you want in Glyphs).


Finally, an extremely reasonable priced font editor is a plug-in for either of the subscription models of Illustrator or Photoshop (Creative Cloud versions, only) is called FontSelf that is in use creating many modern profesional fonts today.


Getting Started:
There are a lot of online resources to help you get started creating fonts such as typography guides & learning type design...

The League of Moveable Type - Type Design 101 (font design course):

How to Design Beautiful Typography Fast with OpenType Features by Laura Busche; article on Creative Market:

Common Font Design Errors (on MyFonts):

Problems of Diacritic Design for Latin for Latin Script Typefaces (downloadable PDF on Gaultney.org):

Microsoft Typography Development - Character Diacritics Design Standards:

SIL.org 'Type Design Principles':

SIL's 'Script Source' Website: Character Blocks:

Latin Script Letters (Wikipedia):

If you need help making sure your font name isn't already reserved as a font name by someone else (all font family names should be unique), a good start is:

-That should be enough to get you started right. ;)

Submit Your Font:
Be sure to submit any font you might create or legally modify that we could use here. Any font that has a complete letterset (A-Z, a-z, 0-9 &+~!@#$%^&*()_=-`"':;<>?/|\[{}],.) that is freely distributable would be greatly apprectiated, especially if it is OK for commercial use. We also love fonts that can be used as web fonts. Be sure to use a unicode letterset when you save your work or the font simply won't display right here at Font-Journal. It's our most important requirement.

About Font-Journal:
Font-Journal is a cataloged archive of freeware and shareware fonts that I maintain for my small business, start-up and freelancing clients. I try to collect PC truetype freeware fonts that can be used for commercial purposes, and shareware fonts that can be used for commercial purposes upon registration and/or payment of the shareware fee. I also try to collect freely distributable web fonts of the same variety. The end result is a pretty decent font repository, although I can only work on it in my spare time, which I have little of.

https://www.font-journal.com Short Link: https://x.co/font

Submit to Google Fonts:
You can also submit your own font to Google Fonts. You can either use FontStruct to submit your finished SIL Open Font Licensed font which fulfills the required Google's required 215 basic glyphs (Google Font submission info is available on FontStruct), or you can submit it yourself. More info is available here, on how to submit your font to Google Fonts on GitHub:

(-I will update this Short Link at W3N.US if/when I find a better page on GitHub.com for this info.)

Font Cloud:
Font Cloud is a great place to store your fonts online so that if you need them, you can get them wherever you are as long as you have internet web access. This is a big deal with designers, publishers, printers, or absolutely anyone who relies on a custom font for a logo, letterhead, headline, content, documents, website UI, and all those appropriate webfonts. If you are designing fonts yourself, this may well be a necessity for you, so you can always access your projects. You will get considerable free space just for signing up with Font Cloud, and there are all sorts of options to expand your storage limits.


Collecting Quality Fonts:
If you are interested in grabbing commercial fonts for your own work, I am often showcasing commercial fonts that are free for a limited time, and quality freeware fonts that are OK for commercial use, at one of my fonts groups on Google+ or Facebook:

https://w3n.us/f0nts Fonts community at Google+ Communities.
https://w3m.us/Fonts Fonts, Lettering & Typography group on LinkedIn.

And I have a blog where I often announce my latest font creations or showcase the fonts I like:

https://w3n.us/fm FontMaster blog on Google's Blogger.

Doug Peters (DP, yours truly) runs Symbiotic Design, a brand company that manages web design, web hosting, design and development websites and blogs. Worthful and Font Journal are another two of our properties in a long list of tech and design websites and blogs. A quick sampling:

https://www.DomainHostmaster.com - Best domain name registration service.
https://www.Domainance.com - For any domain name extensions not found above.
https://SiteDomains.com - Even more domain name registration choices w/hosting.

https://HDWebHosting.com - My very best genuine cloud hosting services.
https://Worthful.net - Do you need a worthful web host or server?
https://ApacheWebsiteHosting.com - My cheapest web hosting solution.

https://W3DN.com - Buy lots of domains/servers? Sell yourself hosting at reseller prices or/and become a reseller.
https://W3N.US/resell - Resell web hosting with a free account.

https://Worthful.com - As soon as I can stop designing fonts, I'm going to setup this as a blog to recommend free, PD & commercial fonts. I'll even give away free stuff and sell stuff there, and make other recommendations on good deals or great products. I'm still working on it, though. I have so many font ideas.

https://SymbioticDesign.com - I have a new website almost completely redesigned, but not there, yet... this address is for my company web pages home.
https://Salamander.US - Very inexpensive, budget website design for small businesses.

I'm on Fonstruct, too...
Short Link: https://w3n.us/sdfonts

I have also setup a lot of information websites...
https://S-Dakota.com - Features imagery from my home state.
https://DaveClark5.com - My fan site for the Dave Clark Five.
...are just two off the top of my head.

My profiles:

My Stores:
https://logo.threadless.com - Logo Tees, Wear & Gear
or Short Link: http://w3n.us/logo
https://www.creativefabrica.com/designer/dp/ref/52040/ - Fonts & Graphics
SHORT LINK: https://w3n.us/DPfonts

Have a Blessed Day!

Thanks for reading... remember to VOTE.
Have a Blessed Day & Night! -DP