I have long wanted to make a font out of Biscuit's handwriting using Fontifier.com and I finally did it. And then I was disappointed with the results. Using a font size larger than the original handwriting didn't work at all--it was totally lumpy looking. I figured I'd wasted my $9 but I really did want a functional font. After some googling I found yourfonts.com and figured I'd waste another $10 with the slight hope that they weren't lying about their superior vectoring process. And they weren't. Your Fonts was MUCH better. The poor lining up of the bottom of the letters is because of the way Biscuit wrote them into the template but the actual letters look great.
Want to see the comparison?
It's also interesting how different the base size of each font is.
I was doing this because I was hoping to use a handwriting font in the book but it just wasn't quite good enough. But we were still able to use it for her birthday party invites and invitations to an upcoming neighborhood party. So it was $10 well spent.
Bottom line: use YourFonts not Fontifier. Handwriting fonts are fun!