Hello all,

I'm new here and I'm also new to type design. Having said that, I've been drawing type since I was a child and eventually grew up a little and became a graphic designer along the way. My hobby is now taking a serious turn as it's about time I tried to share and even sell my typeface designs. My first attempt was a hand drawn, all caps, neoclassical serif face that I named 'Carrig'. Carrig being the Irish word for 'rock' (I'm based in Ireland) and the typeface itself was strongly influenced by classic letterforms carved into stone and weathered by time.

So, now I am developing Carrig into a full family and here, with the Roman weight, I have drawn a full set of lowercase characters to suit the style of their uppercase parents.

I'm looking for an italic font with wide Latin and Cyrillic support that looks similar to this Greek font, GFS Solomos. Here's a sample, Romans 3:21-26 (the first word is in GFS Decker for small caps):

The closest thing I have right now is the italic version of Garamond, but it's not quite right--the strokes are too thin and the letters are too narrow. The sample below compares similar glyphs, GFS Solomos on left, italic Garamond on right:

Thanks so much in advance!

Hello, colleagues. We, at Intellecta, are proud to announce Invitation Script, a modern and clean revival of the classic work of the Portuguese master penman Manuel de Andrade de Figueiredo, whose work can be seen in “Nova Escola para aprender a ler, escrever, e contar (...)'' (1722)(see footnote). Invitation Script is the third script superfamily published by Intellecta Design, after Penabico and Van den Velde Script.

Invitation Script has original letters designed by Iza W. Creative direction and core programming were provided by Paulo W. Chyrllene K assisted with some work on unusual and archaic styles, resulting in a special font - Invitation Script Archaic (soon available).

Hi - I can't seem to identify this font. It is similar to Cerigo, but not quite.

Hi guys,
does anyone know of a typeface that is similar to the one attached here?
I'm working on a novel that centers around a vietnam refugee, and I'd love to set the title in something like this.

Thanks in advance!

Used by Decca Music Group in cover and booklet for DVD set released in 2012.
No luck at Bowfin, where I flipped through "formal connected scripts," Identifont, or MyFonts search--which produced over 900 non-matching fonts for the tags "script-calligraphic."
The Z is very Germanic -- appropriate for Mozart's Die Zauberflöte.
So any idea as to the ID of the font?

So this font was found on an old book. Having a real hard time trying to classify this font. I presume it's hand rendered with a calligraphic pen but i have no info on the origins or style of these letter forms. Anyone here got any ideas?

Does anyone know what this script font is? I've identified lots of similar fonts, but none that are a match. Any help would be extremely appreciated! :) Thanks so much!

Does anyone know what this script font is? I've identified lots of similar fonts, but none that are a match. Any help would be extremely appreciated! :) Thanks so much!

Saw this at a mini exhibition they have at Guy's this morning. Was impressed by the clarity and style of the titling. Anyone help me identify? Do a lot of work for heritage places and thought it could come in handy.



I'd like to identify the script/calligraphic font used for "Chocolate" and "tea at three" in the graphic at the top of the page. A different designer created this logo 12 years ago. By the time I took over as committee chair for this event, no one could even remember who designed the event logo, much less the font.

Thanks for any assistance you can provide,

My hunch is that film titles like these were created by hand – or at least modelled after something...
But just in case this is actually a known face, I'll post it here.
Some more examples here

See attachment, as well.
The closest I was able to find was something like this

Hi Guys,

I'm trying to identify the script font used at the bottom of this logo in "Spirit of Kent" but so far my attempts have proved unfruitful.
I think the K is particularly identifiable.


Straightened extract (t, o, f and K):

(If anyone also recognises the font used for "THE KENT SPITFIRE that could also come in handy although I've already found 2 close matches: )

Thanks in advance :)

I really adore this one. I love the twist on the O but I can't seem to identify it. Help?

I working with Tim Botts on converting some of his calligraphy to fonts.

Initially, we're going to take one font through the creation process just to get a feel for the process. So, I'd like to start with a good one. Beyond the initial posting, this will help to give me an idea of what to create next as well.

Here are the options that I'm selecting from. The image below is a composite of Tim's calligraphy and Barry Smith's design work.

If you care to vote, I'd be interested in hearing on the following...
- which is your favorite
- what font would you be most likely to buy, and why

Thanks for you help!

Good afternoon.

I could use some help identifying this handwriting font for a logo I need to rebuild...

Thanks in advance!

You are looking for a contemporary upright script family?
Lignette Script is an elegant monoline font consisting of 535 glyps, with a wide range of languages covered (including greek) and 71 beautiful ligatures – please make sure to use applications that support OpenType features. Moreover Marcus Sterz created Lignette Deco to complete the graceful look with frames and ornaments.

Right now it is on special sale on MyFonts

Or visit our own website

Thanks for having this forum available...I am stuck on trying to ID this font...can anyone help?

Mynaruse Royale is an expansion of Mynaruse Titling. It features script capitals and widely tracked and smaller titling capitals. Mynaruse Royale has plenty of character and, with its powerful and sharp serifs that draw the eye. Mynaruse Royale is useful in settings that call for titling with an extra touch of elegance, such as a storefront, wedding program or formal invitation.
Mynaruse Royale contains a number of OpenType alternates, including alternate forms for the capitals that are large, drop cap like capitals instead of the calligraphic script capitals found in the default forms. Additionally there are non widely tracked lowercase forms that work well with the included alternate characters and ligatures.

This is the ongoing project for an office that works on the promotion of cultural events in Brazil. I am working alone so, it would be very nice if you guys could help with some words. Thanks a lot.


Does anyone know the name of the "Might and Magic" (I - VI) Logo-Font? (see attached image)

Thanks for help!

Have anyone never seen this font?

I looked around but can't recognize, can somebody help me?
(in attach more big)

Thanks in advance
Best Regards

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Estonia Nouveau Release

Here's the font I've been working on for the past month or so. It should be available at

750 glyphs...
Thanks again to those who helped me with foreign characters and even naming the font.


There are other images of the font in the Villu Toots threads... so I won't post them here.


Howlett, which is now released on, combines great character with extreme legibility.

It’s a simple display face that offers a sense of coziness and order, that speaks of all being well with the world. It is a modern design which pays due Acknowledgment to the past.

An extensive range of Opentype features, including old-style numerals, terminal forms, ligatures and stylistic alternatives are included.

Use it for headings and titles as well as eye catching poster work.

You can try out Howlett on or see some examples of it in action in our blog.

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