Have you ever had a dream to write like a professional calligrapher? Penmanship or Spencerian script? Now you have this unique opportunity to try the early American handwriting! Introducing Mozart Script!
It is a very formal and yet playful font family with six hundred pre-made alternates. Mozart Script is a multilingual font family with 4 weights. Let me call it an “opentype penmanship” font.
How to get access to alternates: Easily! Really… As easy as one-two-three… To access alternates just type the number after the letter: a1, a2, a3 etc…
Type your text and start playing with alternates. Each of the letter has around 20 options, but some letters like “t” even more - around 30. Each of the letter has it’s own number of alternates with common rule: First come intermediate letters then final letters (for the endings) and after that initial letters (for beginning of the word)
Capital letters have 3-4 options. So just type M1, M2, M3 or M4 and find your favorite one!
This method is very fast and makes designer’s life so easy! You can also use the glyph panel without any restrictions. All characters are available through glyph panel as well, even more each of the alternate letter has it’s own unicode (PUA) so you can copy/paste from Apple Font Book or Windows Character Map. Total amount of glyphs 1579, includes more then 600 individual alternates.
Opentype features include that the first lowercase (after a capital) and last letter change automatically. You just need turn on Contextual Alternates. Usually Adobe Photoshop and other programs activate it by default. It brings unique appearance for the script. Elegant swashes remind us a Spencerian calligraphy.
Stylistics alternates (600+)
PUA (private use areas)
Compatible with Silhouette & Cricut Design Space
Mozart Script comes with 4 weights: Thin, Regular, Bold and Black with extra thin main line. I recommend use this option for headings and big texts. It has super high contrast between ultra thin and bold lines.
The only difference between Mozart Script Ext and the regular weights is that thin line is a bit wider. I highly recommend to use this option when you type small texts/paragraphs.
Mozart Script does not include OTF files. Those do not work properly with long swashes. The TTF files will support all of the features mentioned in this description.