Breezy beach: a dry-brushed font with alternates

Breezy Beach is a dry-brushed font with a full set of alternates, a partner italic font, and a full set of swashes and ornaments.

Breezy Beach is a dry-brush font that can add some personality to any design!

Breezy Beach is designed to work as an all-caps, mixed-case, or all-lowercase font, with a full set of stylistic alternate letters and numbers. Mix and match between standards and alternates to get a hand-crafted look!

If you want to angle your text upward, try Breezy Beach Steep! It has all the letters and features of Breezy Beach, but it's tilted at a steeper angle. And highlight it all with the Breezy Beach Ornaments -- a set of swashes and icons designed to work alongside the text!

Both Breezy Beach and Breezy Beach Steep also each contain over 200 accented characters for foreign language support (including English, French, Spanish, German, Polish, Romanian, Portuguese, Swedish, Finnish, Norwegian, Danish, Esperanto, Czech, Dutch, Welsh, Filipino, Turkish, and more!)

Your Breezy Beach download includes:

- Breezy Beach: dry brush font with a full set of alternate letters and numbers (OTF and TTF formats).

- Breezy Beach Steep: an italic version of Breezy Beach, with just as many alternates (OTF and TTF formats).

- Breezy Beach Ornaments: 27 swashes & icons (with 27 mirror versions) designed to work with the Breezy Beach fonts (OTF and TTF formats).

- Over 200 accented characters in the text fonts for foreign language support.

- Fully PUA-encoded for Character Map / Font Book / Glyphs panel access.

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Not sure how to access the alternate characters?

- Adobe Photoshop: Window ^ Glyphs
- Adobe Illustrator: Window ^ Type ^ Glyphs
- Adobe InDesign: Window ^ Type & Tables ^ Glyphs
- Microsoft Word: Insert ^ Symbol ^ More Symbols

Some programs don't have native support for extra characters, but you can copy and paste the extras from another source, like:

- Windows Character Map: Start Menu ^ type in "charmap"
- Mac Character Palette: Edit ^ Special Characters ^ Character Palette
- Mac Font Book: /Applications/Font Book
- or the font management program of your choice!
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