Sometimes, writers may have trouble separating their own feelings about various casting troubles from the realities of the industry … Plus other times, the realities of industry actively entrench those same-old problems. Instead, we see the same actors in the same roles these ways: White actors in historical pieces and the majority of stuff generally!
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Dan from Iconian Fonts did most of the work on this, and I made a few suggestions. This typeface includes multiple fonts italic, bold, outline, etc. Dark Katarn by Erikstormtrooper A forgotten font from some early LucasArts games, from the days before anyone had ever heard of Aurebesh.
An Aurebesh-looking version of the English alphabet. Galactic Basic by Erikstormtrooper A more movie-accurate version of the popular Aurebesh.
Includes rightside-up characters as seen in Return of the Jedi and upside-down characters as seen in Attack of the Clones.
My first attempt at fonting. Peter Schuster Jun presents his version of the font seen on Trade Federation console displays.
Peter based his version on technical files from Starwars. Peter did a great job on this, but he admits that the numbers are a little small. StarVader by Unknown This is the classic Star Wars lettering font, as used in all three of the movie titles.
I apologize that I do not remember who created this, but I am positive it was freeware. In my humble opinion, Star Vader is a bit sloppy looking. Another nice variation on this typeface is called "Astro", available at David Occhino Design. David also has a good Aurebesh alternative. Font Links Here are some excellent Star Wars sites for fonts.
You will see that many fonts are listed on more than one site: Aurebesh Soup at Echostation - A great article on the creation of Aurebesh.Which Stage Are You In Your Writing Career?
Career writers are different to hobby writers. Whilst hobby writers write for the sake of writing (and why not!), career writers do this AND know there are certain things they must do if they want to sell their work and carve a place for themselves in the industry. In my humble opinion, Star Vader is a bit sloppy looking.
I've since found a much nicer version called "Red Five", available for free at attheheels.com Five is the font I used to create the red "ERIKSTORMTROOPER" in my logo at the top of this page.
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Not only is this good form, it works in your favour. Scarlett Johansson won a defamation suit against a French writer for creating a promiscuous character who happened to look like the movie star.