So, I'm writing something for the stage (no really, @Daraius
, I swear I am!) and wanted to ask something kinda sorta related to that.
If your character's (or someone else's character/a celebrity's) voice was a font, how would you describe it?
For example, Luce's voice is a small, unobtrusive print. Probably a sans-serif font, but not a monospace or terminal style.
I picture both @Isune
as speaking in different shades of a fanciful script, almost calligraphic. Lots of little flourishes and sweeps for Isune, and quick, sharp jabs and peaks in Drocilla's.
In my mind, @Crumkane
's font is one of those fonts originally used on birthday cards, with little dots and flourishes and simple shapes in all the capital letters, and serifs everywhere.
Christopher Lee would be a bold, serif typesetting, possibly a block-letter even. Lots of broad lines and deep strokes, but all quite controlled.