An interpretation of the lettering of contemporary illustrator Amanda Duffy, a.k.a. Loser Girl, by Nick Shinn.
Each font contains four glyphs for each character (including all numbers, punctuation, and symbols); these are coded in the Contextual Alternates feature of OpenType to set in a pseudo-random order, for a subtle, natural effect.
Use a curved path to further accentuate the bounced quality of the letters. Try out different combinations of glyphs by inserting the cursor in front of a word and tapping the space bar repeatedly: each time, the text will be represented by a different sequence of glyphs.
The Duffy fonts support every language which uses the Latin script, with a total of over 1200 glyphs in each font.
Duffy supports 107 different languages such as Spanish, English, Portuguese, German and French in Latin scripts. (Please note that not all languages are available for all formats.)