Introducing Echo Soul; a free-flowing and carefree brush font duo, hand painted with love.

Echo Soul speaks from the heart and doesn’t hold back. With elongated brush strokes and a natural flow, it’s the perfect choice for handwritten quotes, product packaging, and logo designs with a personal and affectionate touch.

That’s all good stuff! But what’s included? Your download will include 3 font files;

1. Echo Soul • A handwritten script font containing upper & lowercase characters, numerals and a large range of punctuation.

2. Echo Soul Alt • This is a second version of Echo Soul, with a completely new set of lowercase characters. If you wanted to avoid letters looking the same each time to recreate a custom-made style, or try a different word shape, simply switch to this font for an additional layout option.

3. Echo Soul Sans • An all-caps font containing uppercase-only characters, perfect for smaller supporting text to compliment the Souldust Script font. Also includes numerals and a large range of punctuation

  • Fonts are provided in TTF & OTF formats. We recommend installing the TTF files, and the OTF only if necessary. There is no difference in function with either format.
  • Fonts include multilingual support. Please get in touch if you’re unsure of any language support.

Special Letters • Are also available for several lowercase characters – these have elongated tails and look great when placed at the end of a word. These special letters are only accessible via software with opentype capability or a glyphs panel, e.g. Photoshop/Illustrator.


That’s it! We really hope you enjoy it and please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any issues or queries, and remember;

Whatever’s good for your soul – do that.

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4 Comments on “Echo Soul Font Duo

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    Hi, I’m noticing an issue with the lowercase l s and y letters in Echo Soul. They are not visible in Echo Soul ALT or Echo Soul SANS
    Depending on the font size I’m using (in word) these three letters have some funny lines that shouldn’t be there, and that disappear if I zoom to over 400% or make the font size really huge. They look like guide lines that someone forgot to rub out….
    If I use the snipping tool they are still visible, so I can send you an email to show you what I mean
    Please can you help

    • Reply

      Hi Gillian,

      Thanks for your purchase and apologies for the issue with the lines appearing! This is a strange rendering error which can sometimes occur due to the heavy detail in the font displayed at small sizes. However it does only seem to be an issue with OTF fonts, so a quick fix would be to completely remove/uninstall the Echo Soul fonts from your computer, and then to re-install the fonts from the TTF folder in your original download. Give your computer a restart to register the change and re-open the document, and that should solve it!

      I hope that helps but please feel free to drop me an e-mail any time if you run in to any more trouble and I’d be happy to help!

      Sam

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