Scurlock was originally developed back in 2001 and has been one of our most popular fonts in the fantasy genre since that time. It has been particularly popular for the covers of fantasy novels, with its dramatic and stylized characters. One of the shortcomings of the original version of Scurlock was that it had a set of custom small-caps instead of a lowercase character set. As we’ve done with many of our updated releases of our older fonts, with this brand new edition of Scurlock one of the things we’ve done is to add an appealing set of lowercase characters which match the style of the striking upper case characters to make it a more complete font. We’ve also kept the original version, so now you can order Scurlock or Scurlock Lowercase or get both of them together in a set.
If you like the backdrop of the sample image to the right, it’s from our William Russell Flint art collection.