Blacksmith script is a new and fresh font script that comes with a vintage and neat style. so this font can be used easily, even in mix and match with other fonts. so it can provide new alternatives and sensations for designers or craftsmen, in working on various projects.
This font is perfect for all your project like the wedding invitation, greeting cards, branding materials, business cards, quotes, posters, insignia, badge, greeting cards, vintage logo, or you can use this font for various logo project (logotype) and more! The following characters are ideal to make an attractive message, mix and match Blacksmith with a bunch of alternative characters to fit your project
Blacksmith script come with 285 glyphs totally. The alternative characters were divided into several Open Type features such as Swash, Stylistic Sets, Stylistic Alternates, Contextual Alternates, and Ligature. The Open Type features can be accessed by using Open Type savvy programs such as Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop Corel Draw X version, And Microsoft Word. And this Font has given PUA Unicode (specially coded fonts). so that all the alternate characters can easily be fully accessed by a craftsman or designer through either Windows or Mac computer without any requirement for fancy design software.
- Initial Alternates
- Contextual Alternates
- Standard Ligatures
- Unique ligatures
- Stylistic Alternates
- Stylistic sets
- Basic Latin A-Z and a-z
- International Symbols Support
- Blacksmith .otf
- Blacksmith .ttf
How to Access Open Type Features?
In Adobe Illustrator or InDesign; simply open Window Type Glyphs, it will show the Glyphs panel. By default, it will show the entire glyphs contained in the font. If you block a glyph, you can find alternative characters to that glyph easily by changing ‘Entire Font’ to ‘Alternates for Current Selection’ in the Show section. For other programs that doesn’t support Open Type features or Glyphs Panel such as Photoshop, you can use Character Map in Windows to access the alternate characters; simply follow this tutorial – https://youtu.be/BScPsiubM1k