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Nicoline Script

Nicoline is a modern hand lettering script font that you can use for various design work. With its dynamic character, Nicoline is best for wedding cards and invites, greeting card title, signature for design work, badge and sticker, logo and return address and so forth, you decide!

Nicoline comes with complete accented glyphs for international languages. Also, it also has unique ligatures where each is created differently from the normal alphabet. The result is anything you create with Nicoline will look more natural and less like font!

The illustration, watercolor, and gold texture however, are NOT included in the file.


Nicoline Features:

  • Nicoline : OTF & TTF

  • Natural Brush Stroke

  • Hand Drawn Font

  • Unique Ligatures

  • Complete Accented Glyphs

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  • Nicoline otf (400)

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