Script Font Identification Guide

Part 13 - ELEGANT Category
Elaborate or Ornate Script (Continued)

These script fonts include the most flamboyant forms of Formal Scripts, with initial letters that loop and swirl. Often there are swash-like lower-case letter variants with long swooping terminals. These scripts are meant to be impressive and showy. Some of them have a number of less formal qualities, and may include some examples of antique and modern handwriting, if they also have graceful elegance.

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.

Elaborate or Ornate Script
"See 'fontname' " is used below image to indicate the true font name referenced in the Script Font Reference List

Sample from Veer site showing some of the alternate characters of 'Affair'

Redwood is based on 'Raleigh Script' by Willard Sniffin (1929). See Redwood Regular in Part 8, page 17

Silk Script is Canada Type's revival of Primadonna by Helmut Matheis.
Compare to Primrose, the revival by Jason Walcott in Part 1, Page 4

There are many more swashes and alternate glyphs, as well as leading and trailing flourishes.Most letters have at least 2 or 3 alternate forms, making this a highly customizable font

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Date of this page version:13 Jun 2011

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