**SUPER critical!: To install & exercise Portabella SVG, you must gain either Photoshop CC 2017 or Illustrator CC 2018 (or newer)!** *SVG Technology is so novel that older Adobe versions just don’t know how to display the OTF.*
sing hello to **The Portabella Collection!** This elegant font duo boats a hand painted script, delicately-drawn serif, and a bonus SVG style; as well as brand novel watercolor textures, transparent watercolor PNGs, and a set of hand-drawn floral elements! Add this gorgeous, “proceed-to” kit to your design arsenal today! 🙂
**The Portabella Collection Includes:**
– 1.) **Portabella Solid (OTF)** – A traditional hand-painted and vector-based font, which includes ligatures, Western European Language Support and an elegant, hand-brushed texture.
– 2.) **Portabella Serif (OTF)** – A hand drawn serif with subtly textured edges for a perfect pairing with Portabella Script (and Portabella SVG).
– 3.) **Portabella SVG (OTF)** – A bonus transparent SVG style, to create gorgeous, realistic watercolor typography. With built-in texture, there’s no need for Photoshop overlays or fancy filters. Just type and proceed!
– 4.) **A Layered PSD containing all the transparent letters!** Don’t gain PS or AI CC, but still want to exercise the transparent lettering?! I’ve got you covered! With this layered file, just grab the characters you need, and drag to your canvas. Then just arrange how you see fit! Voilà!
– 5.) **Portabella Floral Elements** – 28 hand drawn floral elements (AI & EPS) for your creative pleasure. Pair these with the Portabella fonts to create delicate logos, wedding invites, branding and more.
– 6.) **Portabella Watercolor Backgrounds** – 6 hand painted watercolor backgrounds (JPG). Roughly 6in x 8in and 300dpi. The color can easily be changed via the Hue/Saturation Panel in Photoshop. 🙂
– 7.) **Portabella Transparent PNG Textures** – 9 hand painted, transparent textures. Layer these to create gorgeous backgrounds, or exercise them individually for soft, subtle accents. Colors can easily be changed via Photoshop Blending Options.
– 8.) **A Handy SVG Start Guide** – Need encourage with the SVG file? No problem. I’ve included a handy SVG user guide that can encourage you score started. It’s pretty easy, but there are a few things you should be ready for. 🙂
Please be aware that Portabella SVG is English-only. However, Portabella Serif and Solid contain the following characters: **AÀÁÂÃÄÅCÇDÐEÈÉÊËIÌÍÎÏNÑOØÒÓÔÕÖUÙÜÚÛWẂŴẄẀYÝŸỲŸÆŒßÞþ**
– To exercise in Photoshop CC, install and navigate to your character panel. Then select your novel Palmetto SVG font, grab your type tool and carry out your thing! 🙂
– By default, SVG fonts won’t change colors like traditional vector-based fonts, so to re-color in Photoshop, just exercise your Blending Options Panel to overlay a novel color. Boom! That’s it!
– In Illustrator, the font will only be visible if you’re in RBG color mode (otherwise it will appear as black boxes).
– To recolor, you must first rasterize the type (perform sure you select ‘Transparent Background.’)
– Now proceed to Edit – Edit Colors. perform sure RGB mode is selected, as well as Convert and Preview. Now exercise the sliders to color your font. 🙂
That’s it! If you gain any questions or need encourage, just give me a shout.