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Champagne and Limousines -NEW

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Champagne & Limousines Font Family (Regular, Bold, Italic, Bold Italic)
TrueType Font Family By Lauren Thompson (Nymphont)

Free for personal use / Commercial use requires a donation
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Donations can be made through PayPal to nymphont@yahoo.com as well

Updated May 17, 2012: Formerly consisting of 381 characters, the version 3.0 release of the font family now contains 631 characters in 21 ranges. This includes the addition of many Greek and Cyrillic characters.

Some existing characters have also been redesigned including the following: @, £, €, and ß. I hope you like the new updates and improvements.


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Thank you so much for the Daily Deviation! I am so stoked, your kind words on this font mean so much to me. I am so glad to hear that this font is enjoyed & useful to you all. Really, I can't tell you how wonderful that is to me.

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<3 Lauren
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Otnemit's avatar
A truly inspired creation! Great font!
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BrightAkiraHobbyist Traditional Artist
Wow, this is a beautiful font. Thank you so much for sharing. So many characters!!
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keramatzmodeProfessional Digital Artist
didnt know you had a DA account. I've been using this awesome font for school projects banners and stuff.

THANK YOU VERY MUCH.
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OhMyLittleWorldStudent Interface Designer
why i can't intall it? D:
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DunbarMediaProfessional Artist
Beautiful font set, I love it :)
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nymphontProfessional Digital Artist
Thanks so much, I am glad you like it :D
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neurotypeProfessional Writer
Didn't realize you were here. Thanks for the font use :salute:
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nymphontProfessional Digital Artist
Very welcomes :) At ease. XD
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neurotypeProfessional Writer
:giggle:
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IndraMJhaHobbyist General Artist
wow. it's so cool font
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nymphontProfessional Digital Artist
Thanks? You really think so?
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IndraMJhaHobbyist General Artist
ofcourse yes. :)

do you make these fonts in photoshop ?
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nymphontProfessional Digital Artist
Lol, no. I make them in FontCreator and FontLab. From scratch.

The only fonts I've made that required graphics software in addition to FontCreator and FontLab, would be illustrative ones, such as LT Chickenhawk [link] (which was mouse drawn in Micrographx Picture Publisher then imported into FontCreator to create the actual font) and Frail&Bedazzled [link] Frail&Bedazzled for example, was actually made from scratch first in FontCreator in the un-grunged style, just a very simple bold mono-line geometric sans-serif intended to evoke Avant Garde, that completed font is published online as LT Anomaly, not one of my better ones hence it is not in my gallery, but it's out there. Even though the font was intended to look like Avant Garde, it just wouldn't feel authentic had I not started from my own base, so I had to create my own typeface for which to apply the "grunging." So I created the typeface (LT Anomaly)

Then I created the grunge dithering/fracturing/scratches/pieces from a tattered book cover I scanned, and individually applied it to each character in the font using Micrografx Picture Publisher, and then imported each one into FontCreator as glyphs in a new font, which became Frail&Bedazzled.

I am quite proficient with FontCreator, it is very simple for me to create characters and shapes right in the program, point by point. It is easier for me to make "vector" shapes in FontCreator than it would be to create a vector graphic in PS or AI, or any other graphics software by far! FontLab however, I have not even begun to master, I am not able to draw using FontLab's tools with any adequacy, so at this stage I just do finishing work in FontLab and working with the font data and instructions.
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IndraMJhaHobbyist General Artist
wow. I need to save this article. :eyepopping:
Have you become an art professor ? :phae:

infact I didn't know how to make fonts, so I just guessed that if you do this in Photoshop. becausse it's the only app that I use most, and believe that it can do all the things related to graphics design.
the software your listed above are unknown to me. but I'd download them and try to learn. :bookdiva:

Thank a lot. :teddy:
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nymphontProfessional Digital Artist
'Have you become an art professor ?' Ha ha, you are too funny ;) But thank you again, it's my pleasure to share what little insight I might have to those that are interested :D

And if you are interested in making fonts... You can download a free trial version of FontCreator from [link] It is like $150 or so to purchase the professional edition of the software. Which is kinda pricey I suppose, but it's a bargain of a deal when compared to the other font design software, FontLab for instance, runs upwards $600. I was fortunate to receive an older version of FontLab as a gift, else I would never been able to afford it.

FontLab is more comprehensive than FontCreator of course, but FontCreator is still a great program. I highly recommend it for creating fonts, especially to begin with. Most of my fonts have been created entirely with FontCreator, only recently have I begun doing finishing work on fonts with FontLab.

I also just discovered this freeware program called TypeLight (version 3.2) which I have installed but yet to try.

Best of luck to you in font making :D
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IndraMJhaHobbyist General Artist
hehe. I have never spent even a penny for software. :D
I just need the names. lol. I will search them on torrents if they are available there. ;)


I will try to make fonts if it's easy. :P
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nymphontProfessional Digital Artist
::cough::: Me neither. XD - It can be easy. Though, for me they become more complicated as I go. Cheerio!
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nymphontProfessional Digital Artist
The correct Frail&Bedazzled link is: [link]
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nymphontProfessional Digital Artist
Thanks so much :D
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KoriruHobbyist General Artist
This was about the closest I could find the A Beka Styled Font I was looking for. You dont know how much of a blessing it was to find this!
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nymphontProfessional Digital Artist
Radness, I am glad to hear it, thank you :D
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miontreHobbyist Photographer
Used here: [link]
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