Item: Little Promises Font
Price: $22.00
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Little Promises is an elegant cursive handwriting font with a charming authenticity. This natural, free flowing script was hand-crafted with a glass dip-pen and ink, maintaining the intricate textures and variations of a real handwritten note. Don’t let the name fool you—Little Promises is a big font containing an extended set of 500 glyphs. Every upper & lowercase letter has 3-5 variations, allowing you to customise and mix up each letterform to maintain realism. A set of ligatures (unique double letter combinations) are also included to help letter pairings connect more naturally. This huge letter set provides you with a versatile & timeless script, designed to become a beloved part of your font collection.

Accessing Alternate Characters • Simply turn on Standard Ligatures and type a number 1, 2, 3, or 4 after your letter to generate each variation. For example, typing ‘t’, ‘t1’, ‘t2’, ‘t3’ and ‘t4’ will give you 4 variations of the lowercase letter t (see images for further information).

Accessing Ligatures • Simply turn on Standard Ligatures and ligatures will automatically generate when available (see images for full list of ligatures).

All letters are also available via the Glyphs panel. The font is also PUA encoded, meaning all letters can be pasted from Font Book (mac) or Character Map (windows) into non-compatible software e.g. Canva.

Language Support • English, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, German, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Indonesian, Malay, Hungarian, Polish, Croatian, Turkish, Romanian, Czech, Latvian, Lithuanian, Slovak, Slovenian.

Thanks for checking it out, and feel free to get in touch if you have any queries.

~ Sam

4 Comments on “Little Promises Font

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      Glad you like it Andrew! I would love to include more language support, I’ve added Cyrillic support to another font in the past but but sadly it’s not time effective for me as I have little experience in writing non-latin characters.

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