Inverness Signature Script

$10.00

Meet Inverness Signature Script, a new script. Messy & irregular, Inverness mimics real handwriting when used for various projects. The features included give it an added unique flair – use ligatures and alternates to fully customize the look of your text.

Licensing? Easy peasy! Please feel free to use this font for personal & commercial projects, but please never, ever share or transfer the files to others.  For extended use and embedding, contact me!

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Description

Inverness Signature Script is best for:

– modern, sophisticated logos + branding
– edgy quote graphics for social media
– accents on printed design materials, like magazines or flyers
– website design header elements

Inverness Script includes:

– full upper + lowercase characters
– numbers + punctuation
– Western European Language Support
– 27 lowercase alternate characters (full alphabet plus an extra “r”)
– an astounding 79 ligatures with unique connections for a super handwritten look
– PUA-encoding
– .otf, .ttf, and webfont files

Ligatures include:
at al ar as at ay bb be bl br by cc ce ck co cr dd dr dy ee el er es est et ex ey ff fl fr gg gh ght gl gr il is it iy la le li ll lo lu ly mi mm nn of ol oo or os ot oy pp pr rr ss st ta te th ti to tr tt tu ul us ut uy va ve vo vu wh zz

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Font files include .otf, .ttf, and webfonts. Some fonts include OpenType features, best accessed through programs that support them. Like Adobe Photoshop or Adobe Illustrator — you can access them through the Glyphs panel! Also access ligatures, swashes, and other special characters through Character Map or FontBook and copy/pasted. Please understand what you are purchasing before you do so. The extra characters WILL take some hunting down if you don’t have easy-access software like Adobe products.

For information on installing fonts:
https://beckmccormick.com/installing-fonts/

For information on OpenType features:
https://beckmccormick.com/accessing-opentype-features/

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