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Arabesque Font

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ArabesqueDesigner: Anton Scholtz
Publisher: Scholtz Fonts
Arabesque was created by Anton Scholtz and released by Scholtz Fonts. Arabesque contains 1 design. p > Arabesque is a romantic, ornamental font, in which intertwining, streaming lines and generous loops enhance the appeal of the basic shapes. Arabesque successfully combines legibility with a decorative, delicious style. In its European interpretation it was likewise called 'Moresque'.

The font 'Capability' was the origin of Arabesque, however, numerous, subtle changes set it apart. Arabesque, is characterised by a little x-height and reasonably large ascenders and descenders (loops). The loops are produced out of 2 or three delicate, intertwined lines that contrast with the much less expansive bowls and shapes of the lowercase letters. The capitals, more complex and made up of linked lines, echo the sophistication of the loops on the lowercase letters. As a result of these modifications 'Arabesque' is both more legible, controlled and lavish than 'Ability'.

Suggestions for use:

- wedding event stationery

- welcoming cards

- valentines day media

- appeal items media

- underwear tags

- females's publication pages

- classical music media

- award certificates

- publication pages

The font is completely expert: thoroughly letterspaced and kerned. It includes over 235 characters - (upper and lower case characters, punctuation, characters, signs and accented characters are present). It has all the accented characters utilized in the significant European languages. Arabesque works well in Application plans such as Microsoft Word that do not support professional kerning.

Font Family: Arabesque SCF

Tags: * beauty, brushdrawn, calligraphic, cursive, decorative, elegant, feminine, greetings, handwritten, informal, invitation, ke-collar, ke-deluxe-moshup, pre-raphaelite, scrapbook, script, valentine, wedding

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