brushgyo Font

by Alit Design

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Regular Style

brushgyo
truetype 62 glyphs 65 characters
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    About brushgyo Font

    video tutorial:

    brushgyo on the Adobe Illustrator : https://youtu.be/315QV4d4WVY
    brushgyo using TextEdit in mac : https://youtu.be/FWZDATXagTQ

    link download for full version:
    https://creativemarket.com/alitdesign/989579-brushgyo-typeface
    https://graphicriver.net/item/brushgyo-typeface/18575778

    introducing brushgyo duo brother typeface. yeah… duo brothers because they are both very suitable if combined for your designs. For brushgyo regular it’s embrace modern script and brushgyo brother can be said to belong to handwriting sans serif.

    brushgyo duo brother perfectly suited for logotype design, lettering wedding couple name, menu foods design, t-shirts design and others. font is worthy of being one of a collection of your fontbook because to have a unique character, handwriting and modern style.

    Product Content :

    brushgyo (OTF & TTF Format)
    brushgyo italic (OTF & TTF Format)
    brushgyo brother (OTF & TTF Format)
    brushgyo brother italic (OTF & TTF Format)
    brushgyo Character.pdf

    Features :
    Character uppercase and lowercase
    Numerals & Punctuations (OpenType Standard)
    Accents (Multilingual characters)
    swash, stylistic alternates, contextual alternates, ligature, discretionary ligature, ornament, ss01 - ss04

    
you can find more previews on my Instagram here : https://instagram.com/alitsuarnegara




    Thank you and enjoy :)

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    stab
    almost 4 years ago

    Hello! Great font!
    I have a -probably- ultra newbie question..
    How do I type the ss02, swash, etc?
    Thank you!