Bourton Hand, a new layered font family with lots of typographic features.
Designed and published in 2017 by Kimmy Kirkwood of foundry Kimmy Design, Bourton Hand is a hand drawn version of the Bourton font and a sans-serif counterpart to the Burford typeface. The family comes with numerous layering styles that can be combined in various ways. In addition, Bourton Hand includes lots of stylistic alternatives, graphic extras and a special script font version. This family is well suited for logo designs, quotes, t-shirt prints, posters, and diverse kinds of web and print design.
This is what you get.
The family comes with 6 base layer typefaces (Base, Inline, Marquee, Stripes A, Stripes B, Stripes C, Sketch A, Sketch B), 6 top layer styles (Base Drop, Dots, Line Light/Medium/Bold, Outline Light/Medium/Bold), 6 extrude fonts (Extrude, Outline, Shadow, Extrude Outline), 5 fonts for drop shadows plus 5 solo styles (Drop Shadow, Drop Extrude, Drop Line, Drop Stripes A, Drop Stripes B), 2 line typefaces for secondary text styles (Line Medium, Line Bold), a script version in two weights, and plenty of graphic extras such as ornaments, banners, frames, borders, flags, line breaks, and flourishes.