About Mottas Font
Mottas Font was created by WDfont. It is a fun and modern handwritten font with an authentic feel, which will impact any design project with a romantic and sentimental feel. Features a smooth flow with a bold and fresh dancing baseline. Use it for any creative project that needs a special, unique twist.
Mottas font features today’s calligraphy style with decorative and elegant characters. You can also see October Twilight and Natalia for more similar fonts.
This font contains a large number of glyphs, including uppercase and lowercase letters, punctuation, numbers, and stylistic alternatives. It is available in one style, including initials and terminals and ligatures, which are also supported by international characters.
The alternative characters were divided into several Open Type features such as Swash, Stylistic Sets, Stylistic Alternates, Contextual Alternates.
It’s PUA encrypted, which means you can easily access all your characters! Whether you are looking for fonts for Cricut or for your own design purposes, Mottas Font will turn your design into the work of a professional fontist!
This cute font will give your designs a new feel of contemporary handwriting and will look beautiful and fun in greeting cards, branding, logos, invitations, stationery, social media posts, product packaging, merchandise, blog design, wall frames, cute style designs, book covers, and more.
This font is free to use only in personal and non-profitable projects. If you’d like to use this font for commercial purposes or you need to access the full version, you must purchase a commercial license.
If you need more information, please contact the owner directly via email at: email@example.com
to use a variety of flying machines, you need a program that supports OpenType features such as Adobe Photoshop Cs / Adobe Photoshop CC, Adobe Illustrator CS / Adobe Illustrator CC, Adobe Indesign, Corel Draw, and many more programs that support OpenType. If you do not have a program that supports OpenType, you can access all the alternate glyphs using Font Book (Mac) or Character Map (Windows)