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by Scholtz Fonts

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About this font family

I wanted to create a “handwriting” font which could be used professionally. I have often needed such a font with a variety of weights and styles for a particular project and have had to resort to mixing fonts, creating a rather messy, amateur job. Camy is named for a little village in South West France where I did much of the initial work on this font.

Camy is ideal for contemporary display work, comes in ten styles, and has a contemporary appeal with its casual, easy to read letters. Camy was designed as a total professional package for designers looking for a handwritten font suitable for all kinds of contemporary display work: the idea being that once you have the Camy Professional Pack you don't have to waste time searching for other handwritten fonts. More…

The Family:

-- NARROW - light weight, condensed width, delicate line
-- MEDIUM - light weight, delicate line
-- WIDE - light weight, expanded width, delicate line

-- NARROW - of medium weight and condensed width - perfect for limited space
-- MEDIUM - of medium weight
-- WIDE - of medium weight and expanded width

BLACK - for best readability
-- NARROW - condensed width for bolder statements in small areas without losing legibility
-- MEDIUM - for bolder statements
-- WIDE - expanded width for bolder statements

-- WIDE - for maximum impact

Use a combination of styles for product branding, book covers, invitations, greeting cards. The Camy combination works well for both headings and body text.

Camy contains over 250 characters - (upper and lower case characters, punctuation, numerals, symbols and accented characters are present). It has all the accented characters used in the major European languages.

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Camy Fat


Available formats

available in all of the styles:
OpenType OTF   Windows TrueType  

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