'Julaf' is Punjabi for 'curls' and this font is the Punjabi take on the Curlz font. Being essentially 'curly', it uses the Modhera font's proportions as a basis although it only uses standard siharis and biharis - Modhera uses a number of different shapes according to the extent to which the top or the bottom of the character move inwards at the sides.
This font also combines some of the aspects of the Purani Primer font in that it uses similar ways of filling out closed loops - such as the 'r' and the 'g' for example.
In this example, just copy the layer with your text in it, displacing each layer below by a few pixels and make them white and grey.
Very simple, very effective.
This font is ideal for party posters and so on.
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