v1.3.1 onward, the Google
Chelsea Market, and
Cinzel) have been removed
from the package as the files were taking up a lot of space and those
fonts in particular can be easily downloaded via Google Fonts by users
themselves. The helper functions to import these fonts have also been
removed from the package.
The difficulty with a lot of the fonts used by TV shows in their
logos and other paraphernalia is that they are made by font foundries
and therefore can be rather expensive (for a regular person like you or
me) to purchase. So I endeavored to find FREE fonts to use that were
somewhat similar to the real ones used by the shows from resources like
Google Fonts. In the documentation you can find the
actual fonts used by the TV shows if you are so
inclined to buy them (some are just my best guesses though)! In some
cases there were fan-made fonts such as “Some Time Later” for Spongebob
or “Akbar” for The Simpsons that I included with the package.
Instead of dealing with
extrafont yourself, I
import_*() functions from the
hrbrthemes package so you can import the included fonts
very easily. Do note that you still might need to install the fonts
directly on your computer from the
.ttf files found in
inst/fonts. When you’re done running the functions and
.ttf files on your computer, load the
extrafont library and then run
you’re having problems check out the documentation on
extrafont’s Github repo or on CRAN.
The help files for each function tells you the recommended font names in case you forget! Besides the really custom stuff like for “The Simpsons”, “Rick & Morty”, and “SpongeBob”, font preferences are really up to you.
library(tvthemes) import_simpsons() ## "Akbar" font import_avatar() ## "Slayer" font (formerly `theme_theLastAirbender()`) import_rickAndMorty() ## "Get Schwifty" font import_spongeBob() ## "Some Time Later" font import_gravitationFalls() ## "Gravitation Falls" font for "Gravity Falls" ## install.packages("extrafont") library(extrafont) loadfonts() ## You need to do this at the beginning of a session.
I gathered the colors/hex codes by looking at images online or re-watching some old episodes and then using various hex code websites and hex code extraction websites. The colors in some of these palettes may still change from feedback and further experimentation.
You can check out all the colors for each palette by running
scales::show_col(tvthemes:::name_of_palette). Some examples