Updated: January 22nd, 2015
100 Binary code font / shapes for Apple Pages, Microsoft Word, Adobe IND, CorelDRAW, PSP etc including thin, rough, matrix, computer code, warpeds and more.
The binary fonts / graphics (for CorelDRAW, Microsoft Word etc) are great for textures, patterns and more.
Commercial use, royalty free. Use the to create items for sale, books, videos, adverts, packaging, parts of logos, hats, T-shirts, postcards and more.
TTF and EPS format - on purchase you receive those file formats along with documentation and gallery and serial and keyboard guide.
Load the EPS decorative vectors via the open, access the TTF shapes via text / type dropdowns in most applications. The binary code fonts / graphics are great for matrix like artwork. You can also use all of the shape or part. You can re-color them with solid color fills as well as patterns and also combine with powerful live effects. You can blend images using blending modes or opacity or just layer and flatten. You can add them once or multiple times to create all kinds of images. You can transform them - scale, rotate, warp, distort, puppet warp, slant, perspective and much more.
PC and MAC OS X
Installation of the binary code font shapes on the PC and MAC
The binary code (0 and 1) font are all in truetype TTF vector format. The TTF binary code set can be installed on the PC (Windows) by dragging the TTF into the font panel of control panel (this has changed from version to version of Windows such as windows 8.1 and vista and win98 and windows 3.1).
On the MAC OS X, right click the TTF file and you should see the Fontbook application appear (if the file associations have been set correctly) and then you will be able to click the install button to add the set to the user library - you can also use the same app to remove and disable the set as well as validate.
The vector set can then be accessed via the typeface dropdown of most applications such as CorelDRAW, QuarkXpress, Painter, PaintShop Pro, Photoshop, Apple Pages, 3D applications etc.
What can I do with the binary code font shapes ??
You can use them in commercial work and personal work once you have purchased the set. You can use them without any time limits, usage limits, world wide use, no credit is required. You can use them to create items that can be used in turn to create new items for sale. You can use them to create logos, adverts, web pages, mugs, t-shirts, hats, shoes, textiles, scrap booking, posters, leaflets, 3D models and many more. Any questions, please e-mail use.
Combine the shapes
You don't have to use just a single item, you can use them in combination so use A B C all together to create ever more complex and unique graphics. They can be blended either using blending modes such as difference and lighten and overlay; you can also add them with transforms and effects added (as smart filters); or just use different combinations of position (use layer comps feature if using Photoshop)
EPS decorative vectors install
The EPS decorative Vector graphics can be loaded into many tools via the open command as well as place command of many applications (the EPS decorative vectors can be totally ignored if you only wish to use the TTF graphics - they are exactly the same as the shapes). The EPS decorative graphics can be set to any size.
How did you create them ?
They were created using a symbol plugin tool created by graphicxtras (symbol headlines) and the tool was used to create rows of random 0 and 1 graphics in a variety of styles. After that, various tweaks were made to the Vector graphics and these were then exported to Fontlab and they were then saved as a TTF as well as EPS vector files.
Apply the decorative artwork
They are applied as any typeface, by typing A B C D etc A document is included with the set showing the relationship between the keyboard characters and the actual images (PDF document). If this is an issue, then as mentioned, the set also contains the exactly same shape decorative graphics in eps and they can be loaded via the open menu command as well as displayed by browser tools (you can find more about those via google). How they are actually applied will vary from application to another application and what you can do with the shapes will vary depending on the application as well.
You can find more about the vector shapes via our graphicxtras tutorials on youtube. You can see how to install them, how to use them, warp them, use them in Microsoft Word, how to blend, how to combine with others, export them, use visual effects and more. If you have any questions about the set, please contact us and I will try and create a video or two on the subject.