Psalter Shadow is a medium Gothic Medieval font featuring a modest, elegant look. Design and release via Intellecta Design were handled by Brazilian designer Paulo W in 2012.
The Salterio Shadow typeface was inspired by the slab serifs of the mid-nineteenth century but lengthened and widened to fit present needs. The family is available in Light, Regular, Book, Bold, Extra Bold, Italic, Condensed Light, Condensed Regular, Condensed Book, Condensed Bold, and Compressed Extra Bold weights. Each font includes two sets of all caps numerals available in tabular lining or old proportional style figures depending on the font. For optimal digit recognition, the capital I has been enlarged to over twice its original size. The fonts are distinguished by a very high x-
A new texture has been created by the designer, which can be described as a combination of vintage and dingbats. Due to this, it will be complicated to read if it is only done with dingbats.
However, it is easy to read and maintains a stylish appearance. That is what makes it unique and extraordinary. He was able to come up with great-looking designs quickly with those tools.
When a designer understands his ability, he will surely add him to his bucket for designing. If you have not tried it yet, I recommend you do so as soon as possible.
The Psalter Shadow Font was designed with five weights, including Regular, Shadow, Shadow Two, Shadow Three, and Gradient. Approximately 65 glyphs and 1000 EMU units comprise each weight.
The height is equal to the standard size, but the width is larger than the average size. There is a narrow space between each letter. Thus, these features contribute to the overall creativity of the typeface.
You can create product designs, product packaging, game titling, game graphics, printing on cards, t-shirt printing, banners, news headlines, and several other things using this majestic font. Furthermore, it can be used with basic fonts such as Halant Font and Eczar Font.
Note: These fonts are copyrighted and licensed by their authors. To check for their license agreements , check the download files. Furthermore, to check more details visit their private or public domains.