Script Font Identification Guide
Part 11 - CASUAL Category
Everyday Hand Printing (continued)
These script fonts are based on the printing of the "average" person -- indeed many of these fonts are scanned from printing samples. This type of font is quite cheap to develop, requiring no skill or training. This is one reason why fonts of this type are hard to match, since many are custom fonts. (Note: All fonts that have "HW" after the name are from the ClickArt Handwritten Fonts CD issued in 1995 -- now sold as part of the "ClickArt Fonts 3 Deluxe" collection by Broderbund.com. With two exceptions, they are not listed in the Script Font Reference List, because no designer is known. They also exist with new names in a collection produced by Weatherly Systems Inc (WSI), and distributed by them and third party vendors. WSI no longer sells them, but products can still be found using the WSI names. Use my HW Font Alias List to find the WSI names for these fonts.)
If you are interested in being able to use your own hand-lettering to create your own fonts, see my page on Font Design & Editing Software.
Use the underlined links below to navigate between major script font Categories
(just remember FACES ) of the various Style Groups :
Formal, Artistic, Casual, Elegant, and Strange.
Use the underlined links below to navigate between Style Groups of the Casual Category:
Casual Flowing Script, Casual Non-flowing Script, Everyday Handwriting,
Antique Handwriting, Everyday Hand Printing, Childish Lettering