Now and then when I explore new fonts I joke around and tell my friend that it is to me like exploring a candy shop. Lately my friend Roy A. Ackerman of The Adjuvancy, LLC (give him a like on Facebook) told me, that he doesn’t fancy candy so much but rather chocolate.
Ok Roy, this font is for you!
It is called Chocolate Drops – please be careful while eating, and brush your teeth afterwards.
Nick Curtis is the designer of this lovely 3D-Style outline font. He created it in 2003, so Chocolate Drops is one of the new kids on the block and can be downloaded in many of the candy stores on the web like eaglefonts.
Year of Design
Just one flavor available
Chocolate Drops is an outline typeface, that means we just see the stroke of the font. In our case the designer added some 3D effect to the font too. The outline gives it a thin and fragile appearance and the 3D-effect makes it more heavy.
Chocolate Drops is a very decorative font.
It has a very special look, therefore I would use it very carefully.
Headlines might be an option for the font, or the way I used it on the chocolate bar.
Any place where you just want to use some single words which should look cool and fancy and pretty unique … chocolate drops might be your choice.
What I like about the font
I like it’s uniqueness. The dichotomy of the font: light outline connected with heavy 3D-shape.
That’s pretty special.
Not an ordinary font … so I might adopt it.
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