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Please help me find out what both of these fonts are! I've searched thousands of fonts and cannot find them. Thank you!
I created this thread (re-directed from Tombstone typography in an effort to keep it focused) for people to discuss their different views on the relationships between calligraphy and type design.
A new typeface in progress, I'd appreciate your feedback! :)
Need help identifying the font below. It is from anywhere between the 1950s to the mid 70s. Any help would be appreciated in finding out what it is. I have looked EVERYWHERE.
Alright, so I already know that this is actual calligraphy and I know who wrote all of it. However, I'd like to see if there is a font very similar to this because the project I'm working on would be much easier if I had a font rather than to handwrite everything. I know I'll lose some of the extra flair, but maybe I could mix some handwriting with some font. I just really need a good starting font that is as similar to this as possible.
Thanks in advance for any help in the right direction.
I came accross backslanted text in a few plates from Jan van den Velde's Spieghel der Schrijfkonste and came to wonder what it stood for.
In the examples I found the text seems to be introducing something else but I can be wrong.
Any help, references or other examples would be much appreciated!
We need to identify a typestyle for some boat lettering. The example attached is only as an aid to track down the font.
I've tried What The Font, and so far, no results. It seemingly cannot place the "L".
Of course, any help would be most appreciated.
Any ideas on what the "One Heart" font might be? Thanks in advance!
The long awaited (at least by me!) book by Rick Cusick, "What Our Lettering Needs: The Contribution of Hermann Zapf to Calligraphy and Type Design at Hallmark Cards" is finished. Publisher RIT is now taking pre-orders http://carypress.rit.edu/publications/books/what-our-lettering-needs.html
Altered Ego Fonts announces the release of AE Prosperity, the first original script typeface released by Altered Ego®.
Originally commissioned in 2003, AE Prosperity (the typeface) is named after the schooner Prosperity, that sailed the high seas in 1779. The ship was granted a Letter of Marque to become an auxiliary of the navy by a young continental congress. Wıth 6 guns & at twenty tons, she sailed for patriotism and profit. The schooner Prosperity was captained by Joseph Sooy, an ancestor of Brian Sooy, the principal designer of Altered Ego Fonts.
A rare opportunity to dip your toe (and your pen) into the vast ocean that is Arabic calligraphy.
Society of Scribes in NYC is offering a 5 week course in the study of Thuluth
on March 20, 27, April 3, 10, 17
9:30 am - 3:30 pm.
for more info and to enroll:
I was wondering if anyone might be able to take a crack at identifying this font. I'm interested in using it for a tattoo.
I'm also open to similar styles if what you have in mind looks kind of like the above images but isn't quite right. I'm kind of partial to Indelible Victorian Regular (http://www.fonts.com/FindFonts/detail.htm?productid=275783) as well, if it weren't quite so hard to read!
Thanks for any help! I've been scouring the internet trying to figure this out but I'm pretty new to typography.
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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).
i've search DaFont and MyFonts already.
Hello everyone, I just want to share a new release Piel Script.
After several years of receiving tattoo requests and images of them using my fonts, I decided to design and publish a tattoo-style typeface. You can see the specimen here. I hope you like it as much as I enjoyed designing it.
Mynaruse Royale is an expansion of Mynaruse Titling. It features script capitals and widely tracked and smaller titling capitals. Mynaruse Royale has plenty of character and, with its powerful and sharp serifs that draw the eye. Mynaruse Royale is useful in settings that call for titling with an extra touch of elegance, such as a storefront, wedding program or formal invitation.
Mynaruse Royale contains a number of OpenType alternates, including alternate forms for the capitals that are large, drop cap like capitals instead of the calligraphic script capitals found in the default forms. Additionally there are non widely tracked lowercase forms that work well with the included alternate characters and ligatures.
This is the ongoing project for an office that works on the promotion of cultural events in Brazil. I am working alone so, it would be very nice if you guys could help with some words. Thanks a lot.
Does anyone know the name of the font in the attached pic?
Thanks for help!
My hip collegian daughter is always pushing me to make fonts which she thinks will fit the design trends of the day, which seems to come down to fonts which would look good in the monogram on the side of the Adams Family’s hearse, on an Ed Hardy t-shirt or tattooed on the back of a contestant on Tool Academy. Ok, that’s the extent of my second-hand contemporary cultural literacy.
Does anyone know the name of the "Might and Magic" (I - VI) Logo-Font? (see attached image)
Thanks for help!