Category Archives: downloads

Mug to Mug – Free for iPad!

I’m pleased to announce my first app for the iPad. It’s called Mug to Mug, and it’s a fun little matching game for kids.
Check out more details at the App Store, and enjoy!

UPDATE ALERT!

What’s New in Version 1.1

-Now compete head to head and mug to mug in 2-player mode!
-Features a new soundtrack

UPDATE ALERT!

I’m letting my Apple developer account expire, so this game will be disappearing from the app store.
Maybe I’ll make a free web version of this sometime.

Pencil Brush

Recently I was working on a video game that required a sketchy pencil look. I started by scanning real pencil sketches, but it’s such a hassle when you have to change things later, so I went digital! Like in Tron!

I’m not very fond of the pencils in Painter or any pencil brushes I’ve found for Photoshop, so I made my own! Not much to it, but I think it’s pretty good. You be the judge! That’s it in the picture to the right, on top of a scanned piece of paper.

If you’d like to use the brush you can download it here (instructions included):
Pencil Zip 1 tiny KB
And if you want some paper too, here you go:
Paper JPG 3.7 MB
(right-click and “Save As”)

Hey, and let me know if you actually get any use out of this! I would just be curious, you know.

J.G. Heck Brushes

If you haven’t messed-around with brushes in Photoshop, you don’t know what you’re missing! Here are some free brushes (.ABR files) that I made for you to play with. Just open up your brushes window in Photoshop and click on the little triangle-in-a-circle thing in the upper-right hand corner. Click on “load brushes” and then, um, load the brushes! If you only want to see one brush set at a time, use “replace brushes” instead.

Quite a few of the brushes are essentially stamps, but that doesn’t mean you have to use them that way. Experiment with various brush settings (scattering and other dynamics) and brush blending modes (color burn, screen, etc.). Check out the examples to see what you can do with them… These brush sets use images from J.G. Heck’s Bilder Atlas zum Conversations Lexicon, published in the 19th century.

These files are zipped for your convenience.

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Heck’s Machines

(set of 7 brushes), 137 kb

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Heck’s Shells

(set of 11 brushes), 119 kb

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Heck’s Fish

(set of 12 brushes), 219 kb

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Heck’s Gears

(set of 8 brushes), 96 kb

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Heck’s Hemispheres

(set of 5 brushes), 395 kb

VINSDOJO Font

VINSDOJO is a handwriting kinda font, and the official font of my dumb site! It’s been used quite a bit recently in the Yu Yu Hakusho comics (as seen in Shonen Jump). I hope you like it! It has all the letters and punctuation, and a few special characters(none international, sorry). Use it with my blessing.

You can download the font here.

You can download more of my fonts here.

Mr. Vampire Font

MisterVampire is a cuh-razy font that was somehow inspired by the Hong Kong kung fu-horror-comedy movie series Mr. Vampire! Good for titles, especially if you mix up the font sizes on individual letters. Use it with my blessing.

You can download the font here.

You can download more of my fonts here.

PaintyPaint Font


PaintyPaint is a paint font made of paint.

I only included numbers and letters with PaintyPaint, so you’re on your own for punctuation. I don’t think that’s a problem, because you probably won’t be writing any essays with this thing.

You can download the font here.

You can download more of my fonts here.

Gwibble Font


Gwibble for shizzle! This font further demonstrates my disdain for lower-case letters.
At the same time, it is jam-packed with punctuation and puckish temerity.

You can download the font here.

You can download more of my fonts here.

WutsCookin Font


WutsCookin? is a dingbat tour of my kitchen! Man, I love dingbats. I don’t know why, because they are completely useless for the most part. They sure look pretty, though, don’t they?

You can download the font here.

You can download more of my fonts here.

Yugly Font

If you’re fond of using Arial, but you don’t think it has the gritty feel you’re looking for, try Yugly. Why? Because it’s pretty similar, but has the warts and hair growing out of it that you need.

You can download the font here.

You can download more of my fonts here.