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Using Glyphs with Fonts explained (swashes, swirls and extras)

Glyphs are also sometimes called Alternates, Swooshes, Swashes, Swirls and Extras. Basically a glyph is the variety of different designs of the same character, or it can also be illustrations, or special characters, like hearts, flowers and flourishes. Let’s look at an example: One of my favourite fonts with a huge variety of glyphs is called Asmara. Below is an example of the alternate […]

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