Free Star War fonts
Let the force be with you.
I could hardly believe there is someone who has no clue where this expression came from.
Star Wars. You can love it or hate it. Which are you?)
Is there a person who have never heard or saw at least one episode of Star Wars? Well, even if you didn’t, you definitely heard names of the character of this saga. Darth Vader, Han Solo, Leia Organa, Chewbacca, Kasan Moor, Obi-Wan Kenobi. As you might know, there are many more, but these are most known. Do you have a favorite character?
I don’t really know if there’s any sci-fi movie or episodes that could be more popular and knows that Star War is! Could you ever have enough of it?
Every next episode is better, more exciting and breathtaking and do you remember how many expressions heard in the movie became frequently used in our daily lives?))
Could creators of this saga knew how popular it will be! What do you think is the secret of being so popular, key to success all around the world?
You might see quite a lot of episodes, movies, and comics based on the saga, and remember every episode, but I got some facts you probably never knew before! or you can refresh it in your mind if you did.
- The solid budget for the movie was almost $10 million (the final budget eventually came in at around $11 million)
- The first draft of the script was more than 200 pages long.
- Try to blend different sounds such as a bear, walrus and a lion. Can you recognize the voice? Yes, that’s how Chewbacca’s voice been created.
- After being released in 1977 it becomes one of the most influential sci-fi movies of all times. Have you already been born at that time?
- Books, sequels, TV movies, comics, plenty of toys are available about the franchise..
- From the very beginning the saga supposed to have another name, but later it changed to the one we know now.
- Mark Hamill got paid $1000 per week for playing Luke Skywalker. Moreover later he got the quarter of one percent of the film’s profits which is about $1000000.
- Buffy is a name we could have for Yoda as it has been planned in drafts.
- To create a Lord Darth suit for real would cost probably around $18.3 million.
- 250 million of movie-related toys been sold between 1978 and 1986. Can you imagine the number of toys being sold till this day?)
- No physical clone trooper outfits were actually produced for the films. Every clone trooper seen in the Star Wars films was created with CGI.
- Vader ’s big reveal was kept under wraps from almost everyone.
- Do you remember the moment when asteroids appeared on your screen? Looks pretty real, right? What If I tell you that was just a potato? Well, ok, painted potato..))
- Every Star War movie (till 2014) has been released in May, always one week after George Lucas birthday which is on 14th of May.
- George Lucas dog Indiana(probably you’ve heard this name in another movie) inspired him for a Chewbacca character. He personally confirmed this fact. He has a malamute. But I’m sure it doesn’t look same as a movie character. And who knows what your pet might inspire you for))
- Lucas, Kershner, and producer Gary Kurtz. Only these 3 people knew who was Luke’s father.
- How did he get the idea of the name Darth Vader? ‘Darth’ reminds of the dark. And ‘Vader’ is a variation of a father. So it’s basically Dark Father. Did you know that?
- The yak belly fur was used for Chewbacca’s fur. Shh.. It supposed to be a secret.
- Remember the waterfalls cascading around the capital city of Naboo? In fact it was salt.
- “I have a bad feeling about this” that is something you hear in every episode of the saga.
- E.T.’s alien species are part of the Star Wars universe
- It used to be a bet between Steven Spielberg and George Lucas for a percentage of the Star War films. So that brought him millions of dollars since.
- $10,000 – that’s how much money Harrison Ford was paid for his performance in Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope. Not bad at all.
- At the start of A New Hope, Chewbacca is 200 years old.
- The codename for the project Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi, was Blue Harvest. Could you believe it planned to be a horror movie at first?
Ok, I think enough for now)
So for all the Star War fans who read till this moment, I have a lot of cool fonts all in this post! Exciting? I know!
Star Jedi Special edition font. Bold with the capitals, samples, and guide included in a zip archive.
Star Jedi outline font.Titling font with lots of variations and connections. Download and use it wherever you wish.
Aurek-Besh font get the font which appeared in the movie as a language of Galactic Empire.
Collection of five fonts in a bold heave style.
Bold Star War font for your projects.
Do you remember where in the movie appeared this font? I’m sure you do, if you are a real fan. Grab this recreation of Star Wars alphabet.
Star Wars Font use text generator to create simple text.
The font includes English letters, numbers, and common punctuation marks.
Create with this font. Notice, this font for personal use only.
Check this cool font. Have you already imagined where you could use it?
SF Distant Galaxy Font Family letters, numbers, punctuations inspired by another galaxy adventures. All in here. Follow the link and download it.
AnakinMono font Where would you use this font? Check it! Available for personal and commercial use.
The collection of 11 ready to use Jedi fonts in a True Type format for all Jedi fans!
Rebellion Star War font
dPoly Imperial font for Star War fans.. Are you a real fan? So check this font!
Shadow of Xizor font includes the underline logo ornament, the top Star Wars logo ornament, dingbats reproducing the whole Star Wars logo letter group, the Imperial, and the Rebellion logos, etc.
Take a look at this font, based on hand-lettering from blueprints for Star War.
The great things are always so inspiring! So that’s why we’ve found so many cool fonts for you!
And if you are here looking for some Star War fonts, you are also inspired, right?
I am sure you will find many fonts you would like to try and use for your projects and most likely after reading this post you will have a wish to review episodes. I guess that’s what I will do right now!
And.. stay on target))