Introducing King Basil:421 glyphs, including A-Z, a-z, 0-9, tons of punctuation, 24 ligature sets, 163 accented characters, entry swash alternates for all uppercase and lowercase letters, exit swash alternates for all lowercase characters ... this sucker has a ton of features!
All characters were hand-drawn on paper (with a Tombow brush pen), scanned and imported, and the vectors were cleaned up and smoothed.
King Basil Full Version includes:
OTF and TTF file formats
Uppercase characters A-Z
Lowercase characters a-z
Numbers 0-9; Full punctuation
Entry swash alternates for uppercase A-Z and lowercase a-z (mapped to Swash option, and also included in a separate 'King-Basil-Left' file)
Exit swash alternates for lowercase a-z (mapped to Stylistic Alternates option, and also included in a separate 'King-Basil-Right' file)
15 double-letter ligatures (mapped as ligatures, and also included in a separate 'King-Basil-Doubles' file)
163 accented characters
All characters accessible through character map / PUA encoded
Note: This font is formerly known as Spiffy McGee.
How to Download and Install Fonts from So Fontsy onto Your Computer
Select the font that you would like to purchase or download for free from So Fontsy. Add it to your cart and checkout. The font purchase will appear in the Downloads area of your So Fontsy My Account tab. Clicking the file name on the right side will open up a pop up box asking if you'd like to download the zip file onto your computer. Find the zip folder on your computer (likely in the Downloads folder) and unzip it. Once the file is unzipped you should be able to open the folder which will contain the actual font file - either in OTF or TTF format. To install the font click the font file to begin the installation.
On a MAC:
Font Book should open up. You'll have to confirm that you want to install the font by clicking "Install Font" to begin the installation process. Font Book will ask you if you want to install and warn you if there are any concerns with the file. Once the font is successfully installed on your MAC it will appear in your Font Book list.
On a PC
Unzip the file so you can access the font files. Find the OTS or TTS font file and right click to get the option to "Install". Follow the on-screen prompts. It's that easy!