Use the Minecrafter and Minecraftia fonts for classical Minecraft style text, or use one of the existing text styles
such as "Minescript" or "Achievement Get".
Hint: You can get the Creeper face using the Minecrafter font by entering an upper-case "A".
Textcraft has a built-in style database which you can search or add to with your own style settings.
The most popular styles for this month are displayed initially, or you can view the newest or top 200 styles in
addition to searching by style name or submitter name. Click on the sample "Tt" text icon to load that specific style.
for a free
account to save new styles you create.
After logging in, you have the option of saving new styles by using the "Save style" dialog box.
Enter a stylename of your choice, then click the Save button. The style will be
saved to your profile, so you can access it later. You can currently save up to 50 styles, but there is no limit on the amount of text you
can create using these styles.
You can also share the URL of your profile page to show your creations to others, or use it as a group page.
This buttons controls whether "multi-line" mode is enabled or not. The default is switched on for multi-line mode.
This means that you can have different styles of text on each line 1 to 3.
Click on the text input box for each line to indicate that you want to change settings for that line. The styles box to the left will update with the current
style for that particular line. You can change the text style and size settings individually for each line.
Multi-line mode off - Click the multi-line button to switch it off. Now any style settings you select will apply the
same to each line of text, so for example, each line will have the same font size, font style, border size and color etc. Also each line will have glow, if glow was selected. When multi-line mode is switched on,
for stylistic reasons, only the first line may have a glow effect.
Keep transparency details by saving the file instead of copying and
pasting - each image created on Textcraft contains a .PNG alpha channel which means it will smoothly blend into
any other graphic, as long as you save the file directly from Textcraft (either using the "Download"
button or right-click and "Save as.." in your web browser).
Not happy with the available sizes of text, or need to slightly tweak the font size?
First select a large text size, then use the "fit to max. width" option to reduce the generated text size down to the right size.
Need hex colors? - you can specify the exact color you want for borders and glow by editing the hex value displayed in the color swatch popup.
Use 24-bit color images for hi-fidelity work and extra
software compatibility - usually having the 24-bit color option off is better for web optimized images, however you might want to use the
24-bit option for large images with dropshadows or if you're using older graphics applications which don't
fully support 8-bit PNG files with transparency (eg. old versions of Paint Shop Pro and Photoshop).