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Pringle & Tweed Script

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Pringle And Tweed Slanted OTF,Open Type Font (normal)
Pringle And Tweed OTF,Open Type Font (normal)

Say hello to Pringle and Tweed, a new casual handwritten script with its own unique curves and an elegant inky flow.

The letters are created to appear not too overly refined , maintaining some inky imperfections in the edge detail , adding a more realistic hand-inked look.

Perfect for adding a elegant and unique touch to your lettering projects and branding, Pringle and Tweed has that special nuance.

To make your lettering look truly unique, Pringle and Tweed comes with a comprehensive set of double letter ligatures , and a set of stylistic alternate lowercase letters in it's opentype features.

Pringle and Tweed includes a slanted version for an extra elegant feel.

No special software is required to access all the ligatures and alternate letters as these are included as two separate font files for anyone without software that can utilize opentype fonts.

A little help file is included to help you get started with Pringle and Tweed.

General FAQ's


  • Commercial use for fonts and add-ons is allowed - unlimited projects, unlimited sales.

  • Pringle and Tweed is multilingual and supports the following languages : Cornish, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Faroese, Filipino, Finnish, French, Galician, German, Gusii, Icelandic, Indonesian, Irish, Italian,Norwegian Bokmål, Norwegian Nynorsk, Portuguese, Romansh, Spanish, Swahili, Swedish, Swiss German.
  • If you have opentype capable software such as Illustrator or Photoshop CC , and Indesign, you can access the alternate letters and ligatures via the character/opentype panel and glyphs panel whilst you have the PringleAndTweed.otf file installed.

I hope you enjoy using Pringle & Tweed!

 

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