3D LET (BRK) is a free TrueType format font created by, and Copyright by, Brian R. Kent of ÆNIGMA.

The included font with reserved name "3D LET (BRK)" (using filename '3dlet.ttf'), was inspired by the 3D capital 'N' of the Nintendo 64 Logo. Brian Kent, from ÆNIGMA GAMES & FONTS made all of the characters 'Offset' (instead of connected, like the Nintendo N Logo). This freeware font is at version 6.10.

This is an uppercase only display caps font with outline and solid character versions of the capitals and numerals (no punctuation) that would be appropriate for headeline fonts and logos. The upper case letters and "Shift + #" characters are the 'Solid' characters. The lower case letters and the #'s are the 'Outline' characters.


"Shift + #" means use the !@#$%^&*() characters for the solid version of each of the #'s (1234567890).

When printing with this Font, use a large point size (above 24 pt).


Commercial, professional, charitable or personal use of this freeware font is OK!

Do not use this font on a website as a web font, you must rasterize the font if you intended to use it on a website (such as in a logo or graphics).

Redistribution of this font is authorized by the author if it is not altered (no derrivatives are allowed), as long as it includes the unaltered and unedited '3dlet.txt' file, and the font is not sold (not even as a part of a larger collection), unless prior consent has been secured from the authoring designer.

For specific details on the use of this font, see the "3dlet.txt" text file for specific info from the designer, Brian Kent of ÆNIGMA.


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Font Tools:

If you would like to create your own original masterpeice font, get yourself a decent font editor and create your own font, I recommend Fontographer, although TypeTool might do the job, also. The FontLab Studio software package is also offered as the premium flagship typographic editing tool of Fontlab.




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Be sure to submit any freeware or shareware TTF font that you create which we would be happy to distribute 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. The more accented letters (for supporting foreign languages) and special characters available (especially bullets, ©, ®, ™ and special punctuation), the more complete and useful a font will be, to more people. Be sure to use a unicode letterset when you save your work or the font simply won't display right, here at Font-Journal. That's our most definitely 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 a fair shareware fee. I also try to collect freely distributable web fonts of the very 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. If my business takes off where I can afford a staff, I will have someone to tend to it more often.

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

About Me:

My portfolio usually needs to be updated, as I always have a ton of projects going and I even like to design my own fonts to offer exclusively through my font respository at Font-Journal. But it is another good way to contact me.

http://www.Doug-Peters.com Short Link: http://x.co/doug

I started out as an motorcycle racer and mechanic. That didn't work out and I never got in a race car as planned. I wound-up as an illustrator, animator, doing some programming and tech support. Plus, I have always been an amatuer artist, photographer and videographer. I was designing logos, posters and graphics in college with Illustrator and Photoshop, and wound-up making a website portfolio just afterwards. A few people liked it and I wound-up as a freelance web design studio. Then I expanded into web hosting, with domain name registrations and servers added soon after, and offering a complete set of webmaster tools as Domain Hostmaster. I then added the Domainance store in an effort to keep the .name gTLD extension registrations and transfers available when our supplier dropped it.

http://www.DomainHostmaster.com Short Link: http://x.co/dnames

http://www.Domainance.com Short Link: http://x.co/domainance

Nowadays, I am just trying to corner a peice of the domain name registration and website hosting space, as I sell for less than almost anyone, and offer more, with better technical support. Professional domainers, designers, developers, optimizers and webmasters do like how I keep prices as low as possible and add my expertise and value where I can.

'Mobile-First' Responsive Website Design:

If you are interested in getting a website designed for yourself or your business, I still do that at Salamader Design. Stop by and check me out there. I have a growing portfolio of sites that I need to add as examples of my work, there...

http://Salamander.US Short Link: http://x.co/SDesign