Kids’ Comics Fontsquirrel Typefaces!

This month, my free fonts spotlight focuses on some fun handwritten and brush script fonts you can use to make comics with kids, or comics resources for kids! Today’s selection is from fontsquirrel, another trustworthy source that vets all their fonts and gives credit to the creators. I looked for fonts that are readable but still fun and expressive. They suit a wide variety of styles, from simplistic handwriting to cartoon country. Download links are after the infographic.

Use these fun, free, handwritten fonts for comics projects for kids. Download them on fontsquirrel.com.
Use these fun, free, handwritten fonts for comics projects for kids. Download them on fontsquirrel.com.

Cartoonists Hand | Coiny
DosisAcmeBubblegum Sans
Action Man| Titan OneComic Zine OT
Peralta| Short StackSlapstick Comic
Arch RivalSigma| Comic Serif Pro

Looking for even more fun fonts for comic book kids’ projects? Check out my Pinterest board, Comics Fonts for Kids!

Kids’ Comics Google Typefaces!

This month, my free fonts spotlight focuses on some fun handwritten and brush script fonts you can use to make comics with kids, or comics resources for kids! This selection is from google fonts, a trustworthy source that vets all their fonts and gives credit to the creators. I looked for fonts that are readable but still fun and expressive. They suit a wide variety of styles, from personal narratives to silly stories. Download links are after the infographic.

Use these fun, free, handwritten fonts for comics projects for kids. Download them on fonts.google.com.
Use these fun, free, handwritten fonts for comics projects for kids. Download them on fonts.google.com.

Amatic | Architects Daughter | Atma | Bad Script
Bangers | Caveat | Caveat Brush | Chewy
Delius | Comfortaa | Coming Soon | Luckiest Guy
Pompiere | Ribeye Marrow | Slackey
Sue Ellen Francisco | Unkempt

Looking for even more fun fonts for comic book kids’ projects? Check out my Pinterest board, Comics Fonts for Kids!

Throwback Thursday, Hand Modeling

A peek in the archives. Eventually, when you work at a catalog company that has an in-house photography studio, you get drafted as a model.