Pentecoste created with stylist and handwritten characters. This handwritten font was PUA encoded.
Pentecoste is a natural handwritten style that comes with Extended Latin Characters.
Pentecoste works perfectly for logos, display, product branding, wedding invitation card, stationary, packaging, clothing, flyer, apparel, magazines, brochures, lable, posters, badges, etc.
Pentecoste comes with 317 glyphs and 87 alternate characters contain with opentype features (supported with contextual alternates mode).
Pentecoste also comes with 15 extended ligatures that allowing you to make stuff looks more exclusive and pro standard.
You can access all those alternate characters by using OpenType savvy programs such as Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign and CorelDraw X6-X7, Microsoft Word 2010 or later versions.
There are additional ways to access alternates/swashes, using Character Map (Windows), Nexus Font (Windows), Font Book (Mac) or a software program such as PopChar (for Windows and Mac). For other programs that doesn't support OpenType features or Glyphs Panel such as Photoshop, you can use Character Map in Windows to access the alternate characters.
Pentecoste (otf, ttf)
Web Font (eot, svg, woff, woff2)
How to access all alternative characters, using Windows Character Map with Photoshop: http://youtu.be/cxonI5QvULk
How to access all alternative characters using Adobe Illustrator: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y5XTaWYwWA4
If you need help or advice, please contact me by e-mail.
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