The Predy font comes with a set of decorative glyphs including old style figures, terminal letters, ligatures, alternates and swashes.
There are 476 glyphs contained in the font, including OpenType variants that may only be accessible via OpenType-aware applications.
In the era of digital types, the round handmade cursive continues to intrigue many type designers, probably by their beautiful and graceful calligraphic origins. However, what is certainly true, is that all good traditional pen-formed script may be suitable for a wide range of fine graphic works.
The Predy typeface is based on the famous style of the 19th Century: The English handwriting made by pen. It is a connected cursive in the tradition of the “ronde”. This typeface is constructed upon their vigorous ascenders with loops, two times the lengths of the descenders with an extremely short x-high. The uppercase is a classical modern roman typeface (Didona) that are accompanying with a set of accurate flourished capitals as alternates of the calligraphic style.
Predy will lend elegance and sophistication to a wide variety of design projects like wedding, invitations cards, logotypes, packaging and posters.