Here I compiled some fonts that are relatively thin, some of them has their regular version (which could still be considered thin, anyway) :)
They are all free, but mostly for personal use (I think that’s okay isn’t it?) :D
Both Thin & Regular
Anodyne is a warm and weathered all-caps font with hand-printed texture and unique shadow options. Features include four distress variations for each letter and at least two for every other character. Double-letter ligatures add realism by eliminating identical texture in adjacent characters.
Layering regular and shadow versions allows independent control of the shadow color. Switch between lower-case and capital letters to change texture, or use opentype contextual alternates for additional, extra-distressed variations. Anodyne has an extended character set for multiple language support.
To check the full deal and purchase the fonts, proceed to the Mighty Deals website!
This is an article I was asked to write for the PACT website (http://artpact.com/) about my journey and the hurdles I’ve been facing as an artist. I think it’s an important read for young artists and I hope it helps someone out there!
"What are some things that frustrate you as a young…
Lightroom Before and After #8
The great thing about shooting in RAW, is that it gives you a greater opportunity to create an image that isn’t necessarily truth and away from reality.
You can bring to life a vision of what your imagination saw and tell a story that engages the viewer in a different way than would have been possible if they had been there in that moment.