What's this?

This is my personal home page. It's primarily a showcase for my artwork and Macintosh fonts, but you will also find my wells research here. There are also free Gothic Lolita clothing patterns and instructions to help you understand Japanese pattern books, and pictures of Fluff the Plush Cthulhu devouring various science fiction and fantasy writers.

December 22, 2009


In the next day or so, when the DNS has propagated, this site will move to its own domain at www.feorag.com. See you there soon!

November 24, 2009


The basic version of this font has been lurking around my hard disk for quite a while. I originally threw it together for a business card I was designing for an author, based on the cover of one of his books. It seemed such a waste, so I brought it up to spec. Accelerando includes katakana, the first of my typefaces to do so (though I've been adding it to Astradyne as well). It's also the first font I've made with over 1000 glyphs. Download accelerando here.

November 10, 2009

DaySquareCut: an old font makes a comeback

One of my earliest fonts was DaySquareCut, my interpretation of Lewis F. Day's Quasi-Chinese lettering, which I released in 1997. I withdrew it a couple of years after that, but have revisited it.

It's been completely re-designed. The proportions have been changed slightly, and the lower-case letters are much wider than they used to be. I've also added lots of characters, so that most European Latin script languages can be written in it. Not that I'd write anything more than a short title in it, mind. This is definitely a decorative face.

December 26, 2008

New version of Symbats released

The latest typeface of mine to receive an overhaul is Symbats - a collection of Neopagan and occult symbols. As well as general tidying, Ogham and Runic have been added, and duplicates of those astrological symbols found in Unicode have been put in the appropriate place.

Astradyne remastered!

I know I promised it last October but the new version of Astradyne is now available.

Next up for a revamp is Symbats, my Pagan dingbats font. This one really is almost done, and has Ogham and Runic added to it.

December 18, 2008

Astradyne spotted in the wild

When in London the other week, I was pleased to notice the sign below on a door to the theatre on Argyll Street:


October 7, 2008

Would that be an update I see?

I know the site looked as if it hadn't been updated in ages, but really, I've just not got round to mentioning updates. Hence installing a blog, which should make it easier for me to note the updates, as well as giving me somewhere to post links to stuff that doesn't fit in with any of my other sites—stuff like the CatGenie, which bills itself as The World's Only Self-Flushing, Self-Washing Cat Box.

I have been working on remastering my font Astradyne to coincide with the release of remastered versions of Vienna and Rage In Eden. Well, I missed that, but hope to have the new version up within a week. An older version of the font was used in the artwork for the new release of Vienna.