I'm particularly fond of this font - after months of careful design and programming, I was able to induce a naturally flowing and random effect through the use of contextual alternates. With this setting turned on, about 60% of the letters swap out to alternate forms. So things like beginnings and ending letters change, if there are two of the same letters next to each other, one will be replaced with an alternate to enable a more natural and random look, and many letters change to another form so the connections look more natural. Some letters connect, some don't, some drop below the baseline, and so on. Throw in a couple hundred swash forms and this font takes on a life of its own!
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