New Rollerscript fonts released

After my last script Olicana, written with a steel nib and ink, I thought I’d go more up-to-date with a Ball Pentel, but still with the mostly connected feel. Rollerscript is the result.

Rollerscript is more casual and informal than Olicana but just as realistic. Like Olicana, the authentic free-flowing handwritten style is achieved through a combination of ligatures and contextual alternates which kick in automatically when you type (as long as you’re using OpenType compatible software). Rollerscript is also available in Rough and Smooth styles.


Rollerscript Rough font by Nick Cooke (G-Type)


Rollerscript font sample

Rollerscript Smooth font from G-Type


Rollerscript is fully equipped with multiple figure sets, small caps, Central European languages and other OpenType features. In addition there is also a set of useful underlines in 8 widths for adding extra emphasis, plus a range of dingbats and emoticons which will bring humour and personality to menus, invitations, blog posts etc.


Rollerscript font designed by Nick Cooke (G-Type)


Test drive the Rollerscript font, download a PDF specimen, view more samples and buy the font for immediate download.


Read more about the development of Rollerscript and how the underlines in the font are accessed.