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Need help for this.
I know I saw it before but I can't find it.
Any help is appreciated.
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I was wondering if anybody knew of a font that looked similar to this particular style of handwriting. I've seen several illustrators who have a similar style, and I thought maybe there was some font which reproduced it somehow.
Many thanks in advance.
I'm seeking a nice/good/usable, reasonably condensed handwritten font which includes Cyrillic characters.
Having a good level of readability at smaller sizes would also be a bonus (allowing for longer strings within limited title space — hence condensed).
Examples of what I mean by 'nice/good/usable'…
Nothing too scrawly. No classic/classical scripts.
^^ Suomi Hand Script would be a great choice if it had Cyrillics chars.
Many thanks for any recommendations y'all can share.
Look how charming this is? Is there a "font" that could be used to replicate this look or feel, without having to actually do it by hand. It seems most handwriting fonts look like cursive or scripts and not an attempt to actually make machined looking type by hand.
any thoughts / directions are greatly appreciated.
Hello, I am happy to finally announce the release of my new typeface!
Rukou -- a geometric-script typeface influenced by schoolhand
More info and buy
Hi. I need help identifying this font. Any help would be much appreciated:)
Two samples included.
Hello there all you crazy typophiliacs!
This is my very first post so not entirely sure what to expect, but I'm hoping some of you might be able to help.
I'm trying to find a nice and genuine feeling handwritten font to use for a project. Nothing too scripty nor too scrawly – just human, natural and legible.
I'm attaching the best example I've seen. (Please see Viktor & Rolf packaging box) Is this a font? – or do I have to go old-school and resort to my own handwriting endevours – please say it ain't so.
First one gets a prize!
I´m looking for a similar font like the one on the image. Can anyone give me a hint?
I've been searching fontyukle, indentifont etc for hours but can't find this one.
I'm creating a website for this business and I can't seem to ID the font used. Any help would be appreciated.
can you recognize this typeface?
Anyone know this one?
It's a bit looser and more connected than Feltpen.
This may be custom, but are there any fonts alike it?
Does anyone know of a good alternative to Jellyka, Saint-Andrew's Queen? It needs to be more readable.
I am trying to identify the font I used to create a logo for my website (http://kickert.info/) several years ago. I know I used two different fonts and have already identified the first one. Here is what I know:
I first used it 3-5 years ago.
I distinctly remember using a font categorized as "handwriting"
I would love an exact match, but if that is not possible, I am looking for a font that:
-has a larger upper bowl
-crosses over the stem at all three junctures
-has rough edges instead of smooth
-has a comparable slope
Please help :)
I keep running into this font but i can't find it anywhere. How knows this font by name?
Thanks in advance!
I'm trying to remember what font this is. I can't remember where I got it, but I'd like to buy it.
It's a slightly loose, yet formal handwritten script with some mildly swashed caps.