Have you ever been drawing out the letters for a font, then you start making some multi-letter ligatures? Then you think up some more to make, and you make those too? And you keep making them, until you have over a hundred of them?
No? Just me?
Boisterous is a font that started out simple — a nice handwriting style with a single stroke width. But add in the ligatures, plus a dozen single-letter alternates and my usual crowd of accented characters for language support, and this baby has grown to over 600 characters total. It’s a great casual font for branding or packaging, but it’s also smoothed so it’s easy for cutting.
– The usual A-Z, a-z, 0-9, and lots of punctuation
– Over 300 extended Latin characters for language support
– 140 alternates and ligatures in the PUA for variety
– A handy PDF of the alternates, that you can copy and paste from
I had a ton of fun making it, and I hope you have a ton of fun using it!