Try In the wood font
About In the wood
In the Wood font – it's got that old-school American vibe, and the story behind it is a bit of an accident. You see, I was just doodling away on sheets of paper, experimenting with different letter shapes.
While I was messing about, the font took a dark twist into the horror genre. I mean, it's like looking at letters that were carved into creepy, weathered wood by some eerie, sinister hands. It gives off this foreboding vibe that's perfect for projects aiming to give that world of pure terror.
In a nutshell, In the Wood font is the go-to choice when you want your text to speak unsettling truths from the shadows. Or, to put it bluntly, it's got that gritty, grungy edge – just the way I like it.
If in the wood font were a celebrity
If the In the Wood font were a celebrity, it would embody the brooding and enigmatic essence of Benedict Cumberbatch. Much like the font's eerie and unsettling design, Cumberbatch is known for his ability to portray complex and mysterious characters with an air of sophistication.
Frequently asked questions
How do I install a font?
After you've unzipped your font files, you'll find either .OTF or .TTF files. Installing a font is easy – simply double-click on the OTF or TTF file. If you need more guidance, feel free to explore our Font FAQ.
And if you're still facing any challenges with the font installation, don't hesitate to reach out to me I'm here to help.
How do I unzip product files?
On PC: To extract a single file or folder, simply double-click the compressed folder and then drag the desired item from the compressed folder to your preferred location. To extract the entire contents of the compressed folder, right-click on the folder, choose 'Extract All,' and follow the prompts.
On Mac: Double-click the .zip file, and then locate the product folder or file you're looking for.
What font software do I need to use this font?
Once a font is installed on your computer, it becomes compatible with any software that allows text creation. You can seamlessly use these fonts in popular applications such as Microsoft Office, Adobe software, and virtually any program equipped with a text editor.
Please note: OpenType SVG fonts, also known as color fonts, require specific software versions, including Photoshop CC 18.0+, Illustrator CC 22.0.0+, or InDesign CC 13.0.1+. If you're interested in installing colour fonts, my colour Font guide provides more information.