Introducing the new ‘Signature Collection’ script font – A fashionable and super-chilled new handwriting font script with some sexy stylish extras. Signature Collection font was created to look as close to a natural handwritten script as possible by including over 100 ligatures, and a full set of lowercase alternates.
With built in Opentype features, this script comes to life as if you are writing it yourself.
It’s highly recommended to use it in opentype capable software – there are plenty out there nowadays as technology catches up with design…Other than Photoshop, Illustrator and Indesign, many standard simple programs now come with Opentype capabilities – even the most basic ones such as Apple’s TextEdit, Pages, Keynote, iBooks Author, etc. Even Word has found ways to incorporate it.
DON’T HAVE THE RIGHT SOFTWARE? NO PROBLEM
If you don’t have any software that understands opentype, you can still access all the ligatures and alternates by loading up all the supporting fonts included, and toggling between them as you type to get the look you want 🙂
THE SEXY EXTRAS – 30 Subtle Watercolour Overlays.
Add some subtle sexiness to your designs….In case you are wondering where you can get your hands on the watercolour overlays used in the previews above, look no further, they and about 25 more are all included in this pack 🙂 They come as transparent PNGS files and Photoshop brushes – all high resolution between 2000-4000 px.
WHAT’S INCLUDED :
- SignatureCollection.otf (and .ttf)
- SignatureCollection_Italic.otf ( and .ttf)
- SignatureCollection_Alt.otf (and .ttf) – lowercase alternates
- SignatureCollection_Liga1.otf (and .ttf) – 1st set of ligatures
- SignatureCollection_Liga2.otf (and .ttf) – 2nd set of ligatures
- 30 Transparent PNG Subtle Watercolour Overlays – High Resolution
- 30 Watercolour Photoshop Brushes of the above – CS5+
- A Handy Help PDF on how to get going and popular questions answered.
- 2 PDF Character maps for the Ligatures fonts if required.
SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS :
The fonts can be opened and used in any software that can read standard fonts – even MS Word. No special software is required , and a friendly little help file is included to get you started 🙂
For folks who DO have opentype capable software : The alternates are accessible by turning on ‘Stylistic Alternates’ and ‘Ligatures’ buttons on in Photoshop’s Character panel, or via any software with a glyphs panel, e.g. Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop CC, Inkscape.