Designer Roundup: My Favorite Script Fonts
There are so many script fonts available it can be overwhelming when you are looking for the perfect font for your project. When I first started out, I only had the fonts that came with my computer. I quickly realized that I needed to expand my font collection. Instead of only looking at fonts when I needed a new one for a project, I started looking and downloading collections of fonts, or one that I really liked.
Here is a roundup of script fonts that I am obessed with right now. Script fonts have become very popular in general, and they are great for headings, signatures, logos, wedding invitations, t-shirts, letterheads, signages, labels, news, posters, badges and much more.
Quentin is a lovely brush lettered font. I love the hand-written nature of the this typeface.
ShellaHera Script is a handwritten script font made using an original brush pen and scanned via high resolution to give this font its personality, a beautiful free font with a dancing baseline.
Clicker Script finds its inspiration from RCA Records Stereo Action Series from the 1960’s. This signature elegant yet slightly bouncy script truly sings, and lends a happy go lucky flavor to any design.
This script font has a fun playful feel to it. It is a handwritten font that adds a lot of character while remaining simple and clean.
Which is your favortie?
If I had to pick three favorites it would be Summertime, Alex Brush and Loft Yian. Let me know in the comments section and feel free to call attention to any beautiful script fonts that didn’t make the list.