New Bundle! Refreshing SVG fonts
Hi everyone! 👋
Lately, I have been really enjoying making and using SVG fonts. The more realistic textures, make them so authentic and fun to use. Therefore, I thought I would put together a collection of all my SVG fonts.
The Refreshing SVG Font Bundle includes typefaces in all sorts of different styles, from sans to handwritten, from blackletter to typewriter. You can use these cute fonts in designs such as postcards and notes, posters, logotypes, social media posts, branding and packaging.
Individual typefaces included in this bundle:
More about SVG fonts
What is an SVG font and how can I use it?
SVG fonts are a format of OpenType fonts that allows the characters to be displayed in multiple colors and transparencies, instead of only outlines. As a consequence, SVG fonts can be very realistic, but also fairly large in size (in the order of megabytes, instead of kilobytes like other fonts). There are also software requirements for using SVG fonts. At the moment they can be used in versions of Photoshop CC2017 and more recent, and Illustrator CC2018 and up. In case you are not familiar with SVG fonts, here are the answers to a few common questions (please contact me if you need any further information on SVG fonts).
So how can I install SVG fonts? Just like any other font!
On Windows, extract the font from the zip file and click install. On Mac, just double click on the extracted font.
In case this doesn't work, you can also manually drag the font file to the appropriate system fonts folder. On a Mac, that’s usually /Library/Fonts. On a PC, it’s C:\Windows\Fonts.
How can I use SVG fonts? Just like any other font!
You can select the SVG in the font bar, just like other fonts.
How can I change the color of a black SVG font?
In Photoshop, you can change the color by going to selecting "Blending Options" on the font layer, and then going to "Color Overlay" and selecting the color of your choice. You can watch a tutorial on this, below.
Hope you have a great week! ✨