My very first font is a sweetly hand-lettered, slightly condensed, serif design with a little bit of curliness here and there. It includes upper and lower case, numerals, punctuation, accents and more. As I learn more about the intricacies of font design I’ll make updates to this font available.
LBSweetie Bold is the bolder variety of a sweet, hand written font.
LBSweetie is named for and dedicated to the special guy in my life who’s made all my creative success possible for too many years to count.
This an OpenType font that has some stylistic alternates / contextual alternates / catchwords and/or ornaments. I recommend you use the font in an app that is an Open-Type savvy application such as Adobe Illustrator, InDesign, or the latest version of Photoshop (CC2015) to access and take advantage of these features. The first thing to make sure of is that you installed the .OTF version of the font. The .TTF will not have the features like alternates.
At that point, there are a couple of different ways to take advantage of OpenType features in Illustrator, InDesign, and Photoshop using panels in the app. You may message me with any questions.