Access All Areas members are being treated to another premium handmade font as part of their membership this week. Tom Chalky has kindly donated a copy of Abbie Script Pro for every premium member to download. It’s a beautiful handwritten script with lots of stylistic alternative characters for creating elegant and unique typography. With 480 glyphs and full multilingual support it’s the perfect font to add to your collection.

Tom Chalky

Tom Chalky is a passionate hand letterer who loves creating hand written / drawn fonts. His website, tomchalky.com, is full of hand crafted fonts and digital goodies, many of which are included in The Ultimate Handcrafted Font Bundle. This collection contains 57 fonts worth $189 and is currently on offer at only $69. It’s a great opportunity to stock up on some beautiful typefaces. All Spoon Graphics readers can knock a further 40% off the sale price (and all other products) by using the coupon SPOONGRAPHICS40, which drops the price down to just $41.40.

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Abbie Script Pro for Premium Members

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Access All Areas members can download the beautiful Abbie Script Pro font as part of their membership. It’s perfect for creating elegant hand lettered styles, with the massive selection of alternative characters making it easy to produce unique and creative designs every time.

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  1. Cool! This is a nice font! Thank you!
    I have noticed Tom Chalky! I first learned of him at Inspiration Hut. He’s got a pretty good thing going for himself!
    Thank you, Chris!

    Su

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  2. Hi Chris! I am using this font purely for use at home, and use a Word program or Photoshop as my program. So… this question is probably a really silly one, me not knowing anything about web design, but why doesn’t the font I downloaded have the example with all of the curly cues on the letters, like the one towards the bottom? Thanks for answering!

    Lindsey

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    • Unfortunately those Stylistic Alternates are a feature that I believe requires professional design software to use them. In Photoshop there’s a little button in the Character panel that enables these alternative glyphs and switches the letters for their curly versions.

      I don’t know for sure, but the free GIMP editor *might* include this feature.

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      • Thanks so so much for the help! I’m a font junkie, but don’t love computers, so this creates some dumb questions! :-)

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  3. If you are using Illustrator, I found the stylistic alternates in the Glyphs window under Type. I’ve never had a reason before to use this window, so I never knew what it was! Some of you might have always known this, but I didn’t.

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