Handwritten fonts and design looks not only attractive among the concrete of monotonous designs, it actually becomes a magnet if proper methods and softwares are used. Most who are in core web designing or designing in general uses a Mac, has a tablet to draw and the obvious software Adobe Photoshop. But are more resources, which might remain undiscovered. Or may be, you want to use Handwritten fonts and design but you are new to this world.
Handwritten fonts : TTF and Web Fonts
Font Embossing, 3D Effect, Animated Effect including adding handwritten fonts can be done by using Google Font API – which we wrote before. You can actually use any Web Font within WordPress Posts with Inline CSS including handwritten font style like we described before.
There are lot of TTF Hanwritten Fonts are available, some handwritten fonts are free; some are paid. See this :
As you can guess, the Handwritten Fonts are TTF, but what about the real handwritten graphical parts ?
Handwritten Fonts and Design : Needed Softwares and Resources
You will get some resources like brushes, patterns for Adobe Photoshop in websites like deviantArt. But, is the answer for Handwritten Design is Adobe Photoshop ?
Its iDraw for Mac. iDraw is quite powerful vector drawing and illustration software only for Mac and iPad. The Mac version supports Retina Display. Its $25. Not much if you think of other Adobe products. Personally I think, the smoothing feature somehow matches with Mac and it creates a beautiful effect. You can create animated signatures like this, if you combine with Adobe Photoshop.
There are lot of such softwares but this iDraw is something like iMovie, has enough power to give a professional result without any tablet really. With Magic Mouse, it becomes more easy.
Now, its obvious that, if you apply more effects in Abobe Photoshop, the work will look great. Definitely – we can scan the complex designs which really needs to be drawn on a real paper. Obviously, if you know nothing about traditional drawing no iDraw will work.
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