What is the Quijote Sauvage font?
It was in the beginning of 2008 when I designed a font named Quijote, its predecessor.
In the middle of 2009, I looked at it again and thought it could be a good idea to make an update of it.
Variables and Features: More…
Quijote Sauvage Pro is the most complete variable. It includes all the ligatures, alternates and swashes. It has the OpenType function in order to alternate glyphs easily when running applications which support this.
The font is also offered separately.
Quijote Sauvage Standard has the right glyphs to get an equilibrium between wildness and softness. It includes standard and discretionary ligatures.
Quijote Sauvage Stylistic has the sharpest glyphs. Its decorative traces are discreet in order not to have problems as regards legibility. Its upper case are less wild than the other variables.
Quijote Sauvage Text is the most discreet of its partners. This one was thought in order to improve legibility. Its ascenders and descenders are shorter, so the words are easier to read in small sizes.
Quijote Sauvage Contextual, Swash and Titling, are the ones with wonderful terminals. They decorate words, adding a wonderful look of wildness or passion.
Quijote Sauvage Font families
The Quijote Sauvage includes the following font families:
- Quijote Sauvage Pro
- Quijote Sauvage Standard
- Quijote Sauvage Stylistic
- Quijote Sauvage Text
- Quijote Sauvage Contextual
- Quijote Sauvage Swash
- Quijote Sauvage Titling
Quijote Sauvage Preview
Here is a preview of how Quijote Sauvage will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.