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I know I have seen this, just my brain is on hiatus, can anyone help? Sorry for low grade.
It's difficult to tell with all the distortion, but it appears to be some flavor of Rudolph Kock’s Neuland...
I thought so too, but it seems to be inverted and I can't find anything under that font to be similar.
O.K. - How about this version - Neuland Inline.
Also there is this version modified and renamed for the Jurassic Park movie?
Top: Neuland (Regular, not Inline)
As I recall, there is yet another font something like it - named Africa!
I don't think that's the font either. If you notice Thank black is in site where the white is outside its like an inverted version of Neuland/Africa....
I take it what you are looking for is something like this:
I checked. Editing of Newton Inline is allowed.
Nice job, Don,
That's exactly what I was thinking - set the text with Neuland Inline, convert the font to paths, release the compound, fill the inline areas with green, make the rest of it white with a green stroke - Ta da!
Unless of course it had to remain an editable typeface? Doh!
Revised to make a stronger interior line, closer to the ID request image.
Great Job, Thanks!
How would I go about editing a Font??
Good question. If you have technical skills you can use a font editor -- some are free and others are expensive -- but there is usually a long learning period. If you don't need it as a font, but just as letters you can use a program like illustrator.
Or you can ask someone with the required skills and program to do it for you.