><big chuckle> Ah, I've been a member of Scriptorium's font club since its
>inception or pretty close to it (I just renewed for another two years). I
>haven't had any problems finding what I need at your site, Dave. And your
>font club is a wonderful way to purchase fonts and something I see as a
>win-win situation for everyone. I've been impressed with yours, Dave,
>regularly getting the notices to go download the latest, and it has worked
>seamlessly ever since I joined long ago. And I've recommended it to others,
>too. So I've been a long-time customer of yours. Little did you know, huh?!
Aha. I knew I should have read to the end of the post. You are indeed a
longtime loyal fontclubber.
>Oh -- I've also listed the Scriptorium at WebsiteTips.com's font section
>with a graphic of one of Pyle Initials -
>http://www.websitetips.com/fonts/index1.html. (You're listed under
>Foundries in alphabetical order.) Well, actually, now that I take another
>look, I also used your Roughwork font for the collage at the top of that
>page and I also used it in a very different collage on the main page of
>WebsiteTips.com. I've also received quite a few compliments on those and
>people have loved these fonts once they saw them.
Cool site. I've added it to the short list of links to mention in our
newsletter. I'm always looking for interesting resource sites to direct
That's what got me interested in this thread in the first place. The
font review site seems like such a great idea, but it isn't really fully
realized as it stands right now and I'd like to see more come of it.
>That's just a sampling of how I've used some of the fonts from the
>Scriptorium. :-) I've also used them in my other web design work.
>So, thanks, Dave. I've appreciated your font club and your fonts for quite
>a long time. I'm also blown away with all that you do.
Thanks for the great support. The font club has always been a strange
concept - people buying fonts on faith not knowing if they'll get a lovely
script or a weird art font - yet it seems to have been well received. A
tribute to font addiction, perhaps.
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