Font Family: Et Cetera, Number of fonts: 1*OTF + 1*WOFF, Type Foundry: Scholtz Fonts, Designer: Anton Scholtz, Design date: 2015
Et Cetera is a beautiful, hand-lettered script. It abounds in OpenType features such as terminal swashes and ligatures and is best used with OpenType savvy software with the "standard ligatures” and "contextual alternates” features turned ON. Et Cetera is comprehensive yet understated.
Most letters in the font are connected, but, as in typical handwriting fonts, NOT ALL are connected. Most characters have a consistent shape within the font, but NOT ALL Some characters in Et Cetera are sensitive to their position in the text and change depending on the adjoining characters. This contributes to the casual and relaxed style of Et Cetera; not allowing the features of the font to get between the reader and the message.
A wealth of OpenType features lie beneath the mellow exterior of Et Cetera. These Open Type features make few demands on the user and this makes for a versatile script font that requires no expertise from the user, performs well at larger sizes, and remains legible even when setting copy at very small sizes.
Et Cetera is a breezy, light, yet expressive font that is perfect for titling work, product packaging and romantic stationery.