Sony Sketch EF has been a substitute for classic typefaces in recent years, and its awareness has increased steadily. But the font itself is much more than “just” a font: it’s a font with a history. The font was created at the same time when Sony came up with the idea to apply its technology to typography! This fusion eventually resulted in Sony’s proprietary family of fonts called “Sony Sketch.”
The clean and bold text in this font lends a majestic appearance to designs. Its texture resembles that of a sans serif font when you notice its surface. A fancy font is just a font with extra curves applied by the designer.
This font is even better because it can be used in a font pair with other fonts. This aspect increases its value in font markets since you can use this super cool font on large projects in this way.
It can be used in combination with Thasadith Font and Springsteel Font, for example. Thus, you can use this elegant font for small or large projects, and it’s up to you.
There is a single regular style of Sony Sketch EF Font available with Truetype features. There are 1203 glyphs in this single style along with 2048 units per em.
The designer of this enormous amount spent a great deal of time on its creation. Designing each letter takes between 5 and 10 minutes. This is why there are more than 1200 letters in it, making it possible to weigh the time taken to design it by its designer.
With this super cool font, you can design book covers, book paragraphs, unique emblems, special event cards, game graphics, product designs, product packaging, mugs, comics, cartoon posters, and so on.
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.