I introduce romantic, a little playful and elegant Michelle script
font , allowing you to create beautiful hand-made typography in an
With extra contextual gliphs & a big set of ligatures and a
full set of lowercase alternates this gives you the option to
completely switch the style of your font at the click of a mouse.
Michelle is guaranteed to make your text stand out - perfect for
logos, t-shirt design, wedding cards & save the dates, recipes and
cooking books, monograms, printed quotes, invitations, cards, product
packaging, headers and whatever your imagination holds.
Another great feature is the bonus Doodle font, which allows you to
add some really unique finishing touches to your script text.
Here's what you get in the download:
Michelle Script :
â€¢ a handwritten script font containing upper & lowercase characters, lowercase characters, numerals, a large range of punctuation and ligatures.
â€¢ full set of uppercase and lowercase with end-swashes (Contextual Alternate)
Michele Doodle Font:
â€¢ this includes 52 hand-drawn elements, including swashes .
(allow you to add some really unique styles to your Script text with this doodle pack.)
â€¢ Fonts are provided in TTF, OTF & WOFF formats.
â€¢ Fonts include multilingual support for many languages: West Europe, Central Europe, South East Europe.
For those of you who have opentype capable software: you can access alternates by turning
on 'Stylistic or Contextual Alternates' and 'Ligatures' buttons on in Photoshop's Character panel
or via any software with a glyphs panel (like Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop CC, Inkscape).
All of the extra characters are PUA encoded - that means that you can
access them on MAC and Windows without any special software -
(instruction on how to do it:
How to access extra glyphs? (ligatures, alternatives, etc)
Install the font as you normally do (in case itâ€™s your first time -
open font folder, double click on .OTF file, the font installation
window will open - click Â«installÂ»)
2. Open Windows Character Map.
This application is included on all Windows computers. To access
Character Map just hit the windows bar and start typing â€œCharacter Mapâ€.
Open the application and in the â€œFontâ€ dropdown, select the font you
want to use and make sure the â€œAdvanced Viewâ€ box is checked.
4. In the â€œGroup byâ€ dropdown select â€œUnicode Subrangeâ€
5. In the â€œGroup Byâ€ menu that opened on the right side, scroll to the bottom and select â€œPrivate Use Charactersâ€.
After that on the left side youâ€™ll be able to see all the PUA encoded
characters. If you want to use one of the characters click â€œSelectâ€ and
after click â€œCopyâ€. Now you can go to any application and ctrl+v the
character - thatâ€™s how you do it :-)
1. Install the font as you normally do
Search for a program Â«Font BookÂ» (itâ€™s a standart program that is
installed to all mac computers, just start typing itâ€™s name in the
3. Open Font Book and click View on top of your screen,
then choose Â«RepertoireÂ». Youâ€™ll see all the characters included in the
font that you select.
4. In order to use some character select it and click â€œEditâ€ and â€œCopyâ€ or â€œCMD + Câ€.
5. Go to any applicaton where you want to use the character and right click and paste or â€œCMD + Vâ€. Thatâ€™s all! )
I really hope you enjoy it and please don't hesitate to drop me a message if you have any issues or queries :)
Comments & likes are also very appreciated! :)
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