About the Machin Font
Machin is a French word meaning ‘thing’. Apparently, it is also a species of macaque from the Philippines, but I named this font after the French word!
Machin is based on a really old font I made back in the day. It was called Whynot and (because I didn’t know a thing about making fonts at the time) I could not get it to work properly, so it had its 15 minutes of fame before it was pulled off of the internet. Machin was made using the recycled glyphs from Whynot and it does work. It comes with extensive language support (yes, Vietnamese and Sami too), some handy ligatures and a lot of scribbly panache.
Note From the Designer
This is the demo, bare bones, version of Machin. It is free for personal use ONLY. If you are going to use it commercially, buy the full version, which comes with kerning, embedding rights, all glyphs (including the 4 & 5) and extras from my site: www.hanodedfonts.com. You CANNOT use this font in games, apps, or software or on YouTube. If you want a license for that, buy one from my site www.hanodedfonts.com or read the FAQ file included in the zip.
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