I turned my handwriting into a font.
You're welcome. Or...sorry.

I've always had kind of a special-looking handwriting style.
I make very rounded "tails" on my...


The following paragraphs don't have any particularly poignant significance.
I'm pretty much just here to show you what my font looks like.

You might be thinking: "wow, this is dumb. She really thinks people care enough about her handwriting to, like, download it ?!?!"

And you're probably right.  This is kind of dumb. That's why, at least for now, I'm not going to try and make any money off of it.

Selling fonts is a pretty dope way to make money, if you want my real opinion. I have huge respect for designers and dedicated typographers who make a living off of their passion. And I hope that, one day, I will actually be able to create a typeface that will be worth your money.  But frankly, I don't think this one is. It may be, in any case, worth your time - and that's a lot more important to me.

So here are some more paragraphs, in different colors, and sizes, and even in a couple of real-life-object kind of sample situations, so you can see if it looks like something you might actually be able to use.

Yeah, I get that these really space-occupying j's, and g's, and y's might not be practical for everyone. If that's the case, this probably isn't the font for you. And that's okay. Keep checking back here, and maybe I'll have made something a little more practical by the next time you visit.

In the meantime, if you're into unconventional writing styles and not particularly picky about the formatting of your font, here's a download link. It's yours. Use it with love.

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