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Naturalist

Naturalist is a simple handwritten notes font. It has three sets of A-Z and 0-9 characters in total (and they randomise when you type). Naturalist's printed, handwritten style, organic texture and natural strokes gives each character an authentic, handwritten feel - as though the words were penned on the very paper you hold.

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While sailing in these latitudes on one very dark night, the sea presented a wonderful and most beautiful spectacle. There was a fresh breeze, and every part of the surface, which during the day is seen as foam, now glowed with a pale light. The vessel drove before her bows two billows of liquid phosphorus, and in her wake she was followed by a milky train.

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Font specs

Letter Case

Uppercase, Lowercase

Number of Glyphs

292

Category

Handwriting

More about Naturalist

Take your notes from bland to brilliant with this bookish handwriting font that captures the essence of your most spirited study sessions. Why is it special? In additional to its custom ligatures, Naturalist includes 2x sets of contextual alternates for each A-Z and 0-9 characters. This means one of the three available characters are selected randomly when double letters are typed. Whether you aim to capture the nostalgic essence of your old school books and study notes or bring a touch of authenticity to complex maths and science manuscripts, Naturalist is your handwritten accomplice.


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