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Can anyone ID the font used here for RAILINGS INC.? Looks so familiar, just can't put my finger on it.
I'm need to recreate this logo for my band. This was created before I joined but I can't figure out what font was used. Any ideas?
Normally i dont second guess other "designers" but there are many things that make me question this person hand drew this typeface.
So im looking for anyone who might have seen it before, specifically the lower case glyphs since the uppers are easily modified for variation(unless you are a complete newb).
Does anyone know how to set some parameters that restrict a font to specific sizes? In my case, I need the character to be no smaller than 12pt and no bigger than 72pt. I would like the character to change to another character for sizes smaller than 12pt or bigger than 72pt.
Is this sort of thing possible in FontLab 5 with the OpenType programming panel?
I wonder if anyone knows what the font is that? Help would be appreciated, thanks for your time!
No name for this bugger yet. It's my first attempt at creating a full alphabet plus punctuation for an actual font release! Inspiration came from a custom logotype I created that was not commissioned, it's a great excuse to dive into FontLab and see what it's all about. This will be an all caps display font, released at some point this year. Here is a screenshot of the regular and outline versions. I've attached a PDF for closer inspection.
Hello I would like to show you may latest font:
This font has been driving me nuts....does anyone have any ideas, as to what font this is? Thanks in advance for your assistance.
had this font before, reinstalled windows and now its gone and I cant find it anywhere again.
theres also a white background version thats kind of the negative of this. but they should be together.
(and yes those are two forward slashes (//))
would really appreciate it if someone found out what it was.
Hi. Everyone I recently created my first font "Free money". I thought a good way to show it off would be to create a title sequence for the 1931 version of Frankenstein with my font as the main element. Check it out. http://www.vimeo.com/17700228
I have seen a font some time ago, but I don't have a photo and I have no idea how to find it. I remember it was used for a corporate identity of an architect. It is a font which has some kind of wavy baseline, it reminds me of water. The letters were somehow added on top of the waves. Here's an image of the wavy baseline:
I am looking for the name of this font. Does anybody know what font this could have been?
I purchased this font back in 2002 and have since replaced my computer. Unfortunately, my computer crashed before I got rid of it so what mattered more was saving my documents versus my fonts. Anyhow, I need help identifying the font so I can rebuild my company logo. Thanks in advance!
Any idea what this font is? Thanks!
I am a new font designer (though not new to the art of typography) and I have recently finished creating my first completed font. It's a TrueType font. It's a highly original and stylish display type of font.
Anyway, I was thinking I was gonna try to make some money with it, and was wondering if anyone out there could offer some guidance and advice. Anything I should know about finding and dealing with a distributor? Do I need to make them sign something to keep from getting ripped off if they prove to be scandalous? (I'm always suspicious I guess)
I'd rather not have to market it myself even if I had my own website, setting up a shopping cart system etc..
Thanks in advance.
I am selling my House Industries 10 year book, it is in perfect condition, it has never been opened and is still in its plastic wrap and comes with all the original font CDs. (I was accidently send two copies when I ordered it and it is now too late to get a refund!) Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.
Hi my frinds; Please, I really need to know what font is this one:
from Michael Adkins...
Just wondering if I could get some feedback on this new font. First: this font isn't trying to take itself too serious. It is a condensed tribute to the classic 1940s Captain America covers. Second: It fits in fine when bold, fill-up-the-space lettering is called for, and it works great for signage when you're trying to cram everything into a tight space (DOT numbers and GVW's come to mind.) In all other venues, its usability remains to be seen.
Really, it's a work of passion, so the question of overall functionality also remains to be seen. Still, people are downloading the freebie at a hot pace, so there may be life for it beyond the funny books and sign shops. Thoughts?
Does anyone know which font this is?
I need your help. I have created a font, then later changed the Em (from 2500 to 1000). Changing the size of the glyphs was not a problem. I now need to update the kerning table (by classes) because the kerns are too big (of course). I have tried with fontforge but I cannot seem to be able to upload the kerning table (I have saved an FEA file from the GPOS menu in Fontinfo).
I am not sure I am being very clear, so please feel free to ask any question!
Thanks in advance.
Do you know the name of this monospaced font?
I need a font similar to that of the word "Broadway" in the photograph below.
I'm wondering if any one knows the script font in this book Gusto: A journey Through Culinary Design. If you google the book there's more pages to view http://www.gingkopress.com/03-gra/gusto.html
Can you guys help me identify the font used in the Opti-Free logo? Just the words "Opti-Free." Thanks a bunch.
Hi does anyone know what this font is. Had a good dig around the net and a couple of books and couldn't find a match. Looks like it's inspired by geometric fonts such as Futura or Avanta Garde Gothic Pro.