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Hello! Please help!! I did not get answer from forum at myfonts, so I am posting it here. You guys seem so awesome... Thanks in advance.
Here's Misa's sample: There are a couple of subtle differences between the two s's and the two e's that make me think it's handlettered. A great commercial font in a somewhat similar vein, though noticeably different, is Spring: I do love this style of handlettering, though, especially when it's done in (or paired with) watercolor. See this page of Jill Bell's portfolio. She's fantastic.
Thank you for your imput! I had to scan the logo on buff paper and this writing was in bright green... So this image might have been altered a bit. On original two 'e's look pretty close. 's's are similar, too. So I really hope there is a font exist somewhere, because I really don't want to re-draw these. Thank you!
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There is something really close to this at a foundry who's name I can't remember! So helpful! It's the one with all the display types for signage. Their most famous one is called truckstop or something. The sample I saw was made to look like Kraft salad dressing packaging. The type was almost this as I recall. Someone please help my brain. R
http://www.letterheadfonts.com/contributors/charlesborges/sarahscript.shtml See, I'm not loosing my mind. :-) I think that's about as close as you're going to get. I concure that this is hand lettered, but I bet if you used the roughen filter in Illustrator you could get a close enough match. R
Hmmm... reminds me of John Benson's script package for Adobe. There's some Bronx in there, although that one's semi-connected. Or some Rapier, which is too slick. ITC Skylark is similar in atmosphere, it has the same energy. ITC Arid is too loose. I also think it's handlettered, BTW.