‘SomeHand’ is a hand-drawn yet very legible typeface. A classic broad-nib contrast is applied with a brush style stroke. Beside some classic ligatures the letters are not connected since every character was drawn singlehandedly. The not very stringent metrics allow the glyphs to jump on the baseline giving the text a lively feel. Further character is given by some quirky and rough outlines. Despite its playful character the typeface has a nice and almost elegant impression and can be used for longer texts to give a hand-drawn appearance but keep everything perfectly legible.
Basic character set
Somehand comes with a few OpenType features like Ligatures, Old-style Numbers, Fractions, Contextual Alternates, Superior and Inferior Numbers but does NOT include any alternates. One version has to do the job.
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