What is the Addlethorpe font?
Addlethorpe is a metal font in three layers.
Addlethorpe 1 is the foreground layer. If you’re using Addlethorpe on a light background, this may be all you need.
Addlethorpe 2 is a fill layer designed to color the raised letters.
Addlethorpe 3 is a rectangular background layer designed to fill in everything else. More…
In OpenType savvy applications you can choose lining or old-style numerals; letter pair autoligs help break up the monotony of obviously repeating letters. Addlethorpe is based on Winthorpe.
Addlethorpe 1 is very detailed. Be patient with your application: scaling Addlethorpe takes a lot of computing power.
Addlethorpe Web has simpler shapes and a more limited glyph set. It’s better suited to applications where quicker load times are needed such as Flash, web embedding etc.
Addlethorpe Font families
The Addlethorpe includes the following font families:
- Addlethorpe 1
- Addlethorpe 2
- Addlethorpe 3
- Addlethorpe Web
Here is a preview of how Addlethorpe will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.