New update, Now “Saint Petersburg” available with SLANT VERSIONS
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I’m come back with the new ‘Saint Petersburg’ font duo – A fashionable new handwriting font script with some sexy stylish extras:) also good combine the serif. Saint Petersburg font were created to look as close to a natural handwritten script as possible by including over 20 ligatures and serif for the couple of these. With built in Opentype features, this script comes to life as if you are writing it yourself. It’s highly recommended to use it in opentype capable software – there are plenty out there nowadays as technology catches up with design. Other than Photoshop, Illustrator and Indesign, many standard simple programs now come with Opentype capabilities – even the most basic ones such as Apple’s TextEdit, Pages, Keynote, iBooks Author, etc. Even Word has found ways to incorporate it. Your download will receive 3 font files, designed to work as perfect companions or simply as strong standalone typefaces;
WHAT’S INCLUDED :
Saint Petersburg • A clean, free-flowing script font containing upper & lowercase characters, numerals and a large range of punctuation. Saint Petersburg Alt • This is a second version of Saint Petersburg Script, with a completely new set of upper & lowercase characters. If you wanted to avoid letters looking the same each time to recreate a custom-made style, or try a different word shape, simply switch to this font for an additional layout option. Saint Petersburg Serif • A classy serif font containing uppercase characters, numerals and a large range of punctuation. Creates a perfect pairing contrast with the Saint Petersburg Script fonts. If you don’t have any software that understands opentype, you can still access all the ligatures by loading up all the supporting fonts included, and toggling between them as you type to get the look you want
When creating the font, we should take into consideration that each letter should be able to be connected with other letters. For example, letter “a” should be well connected as well as with “t” and “t” and with any other letters. This limits us: we have to start letter from exact one point and finish in exact second point.
So here come ligatures. I surveyed mostly common letter combinations and made 20 Discretionary ligatures with following letter combos:
aa bb ee ff ll ss tt at et it ot sl st rt ut att ett itt ott utt (in Saint Petersburg) aa bb ee ff ll ss tt at et it ot sl st rt ut att ett itt ott utt (in Saint Petersburg Alt)
By using these ligatures, you can give realistic handlettered style, escaping font “pattern” effect
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