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Patronia Script

Patronia Script is a brush-lettering inspired script typeface that combined thick and thin lines, loose and tight kerning and unique baseline combinations for genuine hand-writing feels. Suits best for almost all of your designing project; wedding invitation, t-shirt design, fancy logotype, etc. This typeface is packed with +300 glyphs.

WHAT YOU'LL GET:

  • Uppercase
  • Lowercase
  • Numerals
  • Basic punctuations
  • Accents / some multilingual characters
  • Titling / initial forms
  • Terminal forms
  • Stylistic alternate characters
  • .OTF and .TTF formats.
  • Tons of fun and happiness! :p

UPDATE 28/04: Stylistic Sets 02 / ss02 added.

IMPORTANT! PLEASE READ! To get the access on OpenType features and see the whole characters on Adobe programs, please visit: http://adobe.ly/1m1fn4Y

View this project on Behance: http://on.be.net/1zta1JO

ENJOY AND THANKS!

  • Patronia Script otf (400)

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