Greetings, designers. Today we are sharing a new typeface that we think you will love. Gloop is a typeface family. Excellent contribution from Anthony Robinson somewhere in 2013. Getting so much attention so quickly was one of the most surprising aspects of the drippy font family.
Gloop is the multi-purpose sans inspired by the great, hand-lettered neon signs of the 1940s and 50s. The original Gloop font was inspired by these classic signage styles, and now Gloop Neon brings that cool vintage aesthetic to life. With 62 handcrafted fonts, including fills, outlines, and neon versions, Gloop Neon creates a smooth, flowing typeface that looks as if it were drawn by a brush.
More than 128 characters are included in this Horror typeface in TrueType outline format. Each letterform texture is designed according to the melting of the character. The Gloop font is distinguished from others by this feature. Due to this style, the font gained a great deal of popularity very quickly.
A single regular style is available for the Gloop Font Family. The modest font family consists of many features, including the most beautiful appearance, a perfect manner, and can be read easily. With it, you can create sophisticated and elegant designs. As you can see in the images, we attached them here. These fancy typefaces show the dedication of the designer’s work in every single character.
The free font family can be used for various design purposes. Designing logos, banners or covers, wedding invitations, or styling cards are a few examples. Also, developing a website template and stationery will be a good approach.
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.