Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba Adds Japanese Calligraphy Font To Adobe Fonts – We Are Not Ninos

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Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba agrega sus fuentes “Kokuryu” y “Shinryu” a Adobe Fonts.

The font service Adobe Fonts has added the two Japanese calligraphy fonts used in the popular anime Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba llamadas Kokuryu-sоu y Shinryu-sоu.

The Kokuryu-sоu font is used in the series to introduce the characters, as you can see below in the image of Shinobu Kocho the Insect Pillar:

Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Adds Japanese Calligraphy Font to Adobe Fonts

Adobe Fonts describes fonts or typefaces:

Kokuryu is a brush display typeface designed to evoke the image of a male dragon flying wildly in a sky full of dark clouds. The heavy and light strokes formed with the contrast of fast and slow stroke movements are reminiscent of the dynamics of the dragon’s furious emotion. Kokuryu’s letter shapes are not limited by the body of the square type and its dynamically drawn letter shapes can appear unbalanced, but when composed into words, they produce a strong and well-harmonized image.

The Kokuryu-sou in Adobe Fonts it is a version of Kokuryu with less blurring, which reduces the size of the data. It will be useful for letter cutting and animation or video clips.

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Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Adds Japanese Calligraphy Font to Adobe Fonts

Shinryu is a brush typeface designed with the image of a gentle male dragon speaking to us. Its fine lines allow it to give a tender image, while it looks dignified when used for texts.

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