Best Free Alternative Script Font
lhamdulillah. Ditulisan ketiga, saya akan berbagi sejumlah font script pilihan yang cukup menjadi alternatif bagi teman-teman desainer grafis dalam mendesain.
Terkadang, seorang desainer mengalami kegalauan dalam memilih font script yang cocok dalam mendesain, entah belum menemukan font yang pas, atau mungkin karena banyaknya pilihan di internet yang membuat diri kesulitan dalam memilih.
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The Sacramento typeface is a monoline, semi-connected script inspired by hand-lettering artist brochure work of the 1950’s and 1960’s. It stands on a thin line between formal and casual lettering styles, yet it has a commanding presence for headlines and titles.
Introducing a lovingly handmade new typeface, Hello Stockholm! A fun and imperfect modern brushed script font with a tough of uniqueness driven by Scandinavian minimalism. Design like a professional with this typeface that fits perfectly for your wedding invitations, street ads, Instagram posts, t-shirt design, branding, and much more. This font is heavily inspired by modern branding where you combine a beautiful script with a perfectly fitting sans serif font.
On the town with the latest sensation they call Rochester! This dapper fresh face is dressed to the nines and ready for action! Inspired by elegant calligraphic forms from the early age of Victorian and Art Deco, Rochester is the perfect selection when you want to add a touch of class or a smart looking formal style to any correspondence or memorandum!
Great Vibes is a beautifully flowing connecting script. It has cleanly looping ascenders and descenders as well as elegant uppercase forms.
Introducing Salmela – A beautiful hand lettering calligraphy typeface from Genesislab.
This flowing script is perfect for creating wedding invitations, signatures, letterheads, logos, T-shirts, and everything in between.
This hand-made kit brings back the style of 1950s with vector quality!!!
Create outstanding 1950s vintage designs or ads in a matter of seconds.
Kaushan Script feels like writing quickly with an inked brush.
When making digital typefaces, the more you refine the shapes of the letters, the more energy you take away from them. Because of that, Kaushan is unrefined – and carries a lot of energy.
By avoiding typographical perfection, it stays more natural. The angles of the vertical strokes vary a little, and the positioning along the baseline jumps around, giving it a more rustic and natural feeling.
Grand Hotel finds its inspiration from the title screen of the 1937 film “Cafe Metropole” starring Tyrone Power. This condensed upright connecting script has a classic vibe to it. It has a wonderful weight to it that feels subtly tied to Holiday and Bakery themed designs, even though it can work outside that genre.
Dancing Script is a lively casual script where the letters bounce and change size slightly. Caps are big, and go below the baseline.
Dancing Script references popular scripts typefaces from the 50’s. It relates to Murray Hill (Emil Klumpp. 1956) in his weight distribution, and to Mistral (Roger Excoffon. 1953) in his lively bouncing effect.