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These incised stars would not have been possible without the star tool in Fontographer. But it was not a matter of just doing a star--there was a lot of thought and effort and trial and error to find interesting ways to fill the stars.
The typeface above is called StarsAndStripes. Taking the images of this typeface and flipping then, which changes the way the shading in the stars is presented, gave rise to a second dingbat font called StarsAndStripesTwo, which is not shown here.
Below is another typefaces of stars and star-like images called StarPieces.
Are you tired of stars yet? I tired rather quickly of the Hollywood type, but star designs are endlessly fascinating. Maybe not everyone is quite so interested.
To them, I say, I give you fingers.