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Thought I might find this on dafont as it doesn't look too polished, but no luck. Any ideas?
I think it's called Ela... let me check.
The closest I can think of right now is MVB Bossa Nova, although I swear I've seen this font before. I think the name starts with a V, although I'm sure that doesn't help. :P
Yeah, I thought it was Ela too...
To me it looks like a butchered Adobe Garamond with some of the serifs sawn off, but maybe my eyes deceive me...
--- Tamas Ferencz ---
Really?! I'll see if I can get the same effect that way. But the strokes look inconsistent to me: the rounds are quite a bit heavier than the straights. And there doesn't seem to be any overshoot.
In some ways Storm's Areplos is similar, but some of its serifs would need to be removed too. Tamas's theory bears consideration, but I haven't finished looking at semiserif fonts.
- Mike Yanega
Maybe that V font was Vandermark? However, it's not a match.
So far, Psy/Ops Serus is the closest I have found, but it's not exact.