Script Fonts

Script Font are based upon the varied and often fluid stroke created by handwriting. They are generally used for display or trade printing, rather than for extended body text in the Latin alphabet. Some Greek alphabet typefaces, especially historically, have been a closer simulation of handwriting. A script font is a classification of fonts designed to resemble traditional cursive handwriting. The most common characteristics of a scriptfont include the following: Variation in stroke weight to emulate realistic pressure sensitivity. Inclusion of texture to replicate natural inconsistencies found in ink. Other artificial imperfections not found in commonly used computer font families.