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I thought this would be a good topic, as the font market is saturated with handwritten/calligraphy fonts that are associated with women's fashion and wedding invitations. As an example I would use Oriole Bird (which itself is tagged 'feminine headline'): Oriole Bird Font But what fonts would you use for a 'masculine' version?
Hi Guys, Ive been working on my own handwriting font for some time now (it still needs work on it and some kerning)and would like to get some opinions/ feedback on it and any comments on how commercially viable it might be. It is extensive in its variety of letters and also has Greek capability. Many thanks Neil
Member Son… posted a topic in TalkI'd like to show you two commercial fonts, more precisely: a German foundry's demo versions of these fonts, and to be really exact: These are (or should be) two quite different Central European elementary school handwriting programs. #1 and #2 are basically the same: Austria's longhand «Schulschrift 1995», slanted version. — According to the files' stats, this particular font was published in 2005. Font #3 is called «SAS», that would be «Schulausgangsschrift 1968», obligatory (or preferred) elementary school handwriting program in all East German states including the Federal Capital Berlin, and also common in some West German states, including Bavaria. — According to the file's stats, this particular font was published in 2012. Re #1 and #2, Austria's longhand 1995, «Schulschrift 1995», slanted version, cf. the Austrian Federal Ministry of Education's authoritative version: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:1995_Schulschrift_2._Schraegschrift.jpg Re #3, Schulausgangsschrift 1968, «SAS», cf. Dr. Renate Tost's authentic version: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Datei:Schulausgangsschrift_1968.png Hm, and now back to the commercial fonts — is it my imagination, or is something wrong there?