I'm still inking the Ptooey hiccup story. To make it a little easier, I made a font at YourFonts.com. They have a pretty nifty thing going: You print out a template, fill it in with hand-written letters, scan it, and upload it back to them. In a matter of moments, it automatically turns it into a handwriting font, for $14.95. Cool!
I'm sure it's not the greatest quality, because you get what you pay for. I don't think this would hold up to enlarging it over about a half an inch high. But since it's almost always going to be pretty small, for use in comic dialogue bubbles, that's okay with me. Here it is:
If anybody wants to use this in their own Ptooey & Loogie comics, email me, and I'll send you the font. Of course you could also use your own favorite font, or hand letter them. Ptooey is totally up to interpretation by the individual artist.
(Ptooey & Loogie were invented for the use of all Salty 'Ham Cartooneestas. Maybe if we collectively do enough stuff with them, we could set up a web-comic or self-publish something.)
past Ptooey links:
Invention of Ptooey & Loogie
The Secret Sorcerer comic jam, starring Ptooey & Loogie
4 more Ptooey strips by Garrison
Halloween Ptooey strip by Garrison
The Mommy of All Hiccups, early pencil draft