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SildetasDesigner: Jeremy Dooley
Publisher: insigne
Sildetas was designed by Jeremy Dooley and published by insigne. Sildetas contains 6 designs and household package options. p > Sildetas is a classy high-contrast script face.

Sildetas was developed as non-connected, high-contrast and extremely heavy script, as best exemplified by the Black weight. Nevertheless, it was too much of a temptation to design a hairline version, and this exploration gave the family's lighter weights a sophisticated, graceful feel. The script was modified even more to use connected letterforms as the main glyphs. With its unique swirled ball terminals, this flexible script draws immediate attention. The face moves and flows across the page and the swirling ball terminals supply an interesting diversion to the flow. The lighter weights have a practically spencerian look.

Sildetas consists of 6 weights and is an extremely unique script face. Lighter weights can be utilized for classy invitiations. Sildetas can get the job done for lots of distinct design tasks.

Sildetas includes numerous helpful OpenType features, consisting of a set of non-connecting and entitling alternates, ligatures, and 2 kinds of end swashes. Opentype functions include simplified swashed stylistic alternates without ball terminals, swash endings, ending contextual alternates, discretionary ligatures, ligatures and five various stylistic sets filled with alternates. In overall, there are over 60 alternate letterforms.

OpenType-capable applications such as Quark or the Adobe suite can maximize the automatically replacing ligatures and alternates. This family likewise consists of the glyphs to support a broad range of languages.

Font Family:
· Sildetas Hairline
· Sildetas Light
· Sildetas Thin
· Sildetas Regular
· Sildetas Bold
· Sildetas Black

Tags: ball terminals, black, connected, curly, delicate, didone, didot, display, elegant, fashionable, feminine, flowing, high contrast, lachrymal terminals, memorium, romance, script, sensual, swash, swirls

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