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Sophia Ronald // Lovely Script Font

UPDATED 23.05.2018: Were added additional files with swashes. The main file "SophiaRonaldScript" already includes swashes. You can access them via Glyphs panel. For those, whose software doesn't support Glyphs panel, please install following:

SophiaRonaldScript.otf (all letters)

SophiaRonaldheart.otf (beginning and ending long heart swashes. Shift+”letter”=left side swash. “letter”=right side swash)

SophiaRonaldshort.otf (beginning and ending short swashes. Shift+”letter”=left side swash. “letter”=right side swash)

SophiaRonConnecting.otf (connecting heart swash, between words/letters. Please, after typing the swash letter, don’t put space. Just type next letter)

For example: to type the words “sophia ronald”, like on cover picture. You need to type in SophiaRonaldScript.otf. Highlight “s”- select “SophiaRonaldshort.otf” and type uppercase “S” . Highlight “a”- select “SophiaRonConnecting.otf”, remove the spacing swash. Highlight “d”- select “SophiaRonaldshort.otf”.

Following international symbols support: ÀÁÂÃÄÅĄÇĆÈÉÊËĘÌÍÎÏÐÑŃŁÒÓÔÕÖØÙÚÛÜŚŠŸÝŹŻŽßàáâãäåçèéêëìíîïðñòóôõöøùúûüýÿąćęłńśšźżž


Sophia Ronald is a crème de la crème modern calligraphy font with handwritten, sophisticated flows. It is full of hearts and glyphs:). It is perfect for branding, wedding invites and cards.

"Sophia Ronald" includes full set of lovely uppercase and lowercase letters, multilingual symbols, numerals, punctuation and ligatures.Also it includes: -short lowercase beginning and ending swashes -lowercase ending heart swashes, which serve to connect two words or letters (This is so perfect for invitations, monograms) -long lowercase beginning and ending heart swashes.

The font has smooth texture, so would be perfect for all types of printing techniques+you can do embroidery, laser cut, gold foil etc.

What you get, darling?

You will get:

SophiaRonaldScript.otf SophiaRonaldScriptRegular.ttf SophiaRonaldScriptRegular.woff

additional swash files:

SophiaRonConnecting.otf SophiaRonaldshort.otf SophiaRonaldheart.otf

In order to use the beautiful swashes, you need a program that supports OpenType features such as Adobe Illustrator CS, Adobe Photoshop CC, Adobe Indesign and Corel Draw.

The swashes are called alternative style. For example, letter "a" with beginning and ending swashes are alternative style for "a". In order to access you need them you need to open Glyphs panel. To use connecting heart swash, please use alternative glyph for selected letter, after which don't put spacing.

Photoshop has a glyph panel where you can find alternates and ligatures Select the Sophia Ronald font and go to Window Glyphs and double-click on the glyph you want to use. To open from Illustrator, please, follow: Window --Types --Glyphs.

Thanks and have a wonderful day, Gulya

  • SophiaRonaldshort Regular otf (400)
  • SophiaRonaldheart Regular otf (400)
  • SophiaRonaldScript Regular otf (400)
  • SophiaRonaldScript Regular ttf (400)
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