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Please, can you help? I need to know which font is used here. Thanks anyway
Let me just post my recent work – a custom lettering for the Anna Marešová’s diploma work, which is…well, collection of sex toys :)
Any comments are really welcome while it’s still in progress!
The typeface is created by Berlin based typedesigner Melle Diete.
Fidelia is a dynamic, disconnected script-typeface.
It combines the hand-drawn aspects of classic scriptfonts with
disconnected modern display fonts of today.
Fidelia is available in 4 weights and has many alternate letters,
ligatures, ornaments and features for typographic variety:
choose between normal styles, the swash-letters-feature and extra-swashes.
The caps are available in three style versions as well.
Have a look: http://www.mellediete.com/fidelia.html
Could someone please help me ID the typeface used in the Wonderboys intro.
I've attached a few screenshots. I would like the name of the actual typeface, not others that are similar!
Perhaps it's a custom job, but does anyone know who did it?
Any help is greatly appreciated!
I love Cezanne and it suits my purposes perfectly. However, I'm worried it's been used too much (please, please, don't let it become another Papyrus!).
Can anyone suggest a substitute?
I'd like the same qualities of Cezanne, with the same or better legibility. Thanks!
This may well not be a font but could anyone recommend something similar?
Hi there.. I've searched for months for the right font to finish off my MJ Memorial sleeve. I've done a quick search here and I haven't found anything positive about Michael Jackson, so please no comments on the subject, haha.
I have an almost completed sleeve on my left arm. It is art nouveau inspired and very colorful. I am looking for a font that can be used to finish this. I know it has to exist somewhere the way it does in my head (I can't draw or I'd just make something up myself).
It needs to be light, flowing, magical, unique AND go with an art nouveau style.
It will say "so anyway, I think we've captured some good magic here"
I'm trying to convert a collection of Windows Postscript files to OTF on OSX. For that, I decided to go with Fontforge because I can batch-process them with scripts in the terminal. I know little bash-scripting and no Python, but have been able to modify a script on the Fontforge site to do this: http://fontforge.sourceforge.net/scripting-tutorial.html
I would like to know what's the "Dont Sleep" Script in that picture: http://s3.amazonaws.com/data.tumblr.com/tumblr_ljlxzyuzbr1qb1dowo1_1280....
Thank you for your help.
Could be custom but repeated letters look very similar:
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/26098/board_images/bagel.gif (cleaned up a bit)
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I need to identify this font.
HI, anyone recognizes this script. Sorry for so small image. Hope I will get my hands onto a bigger one.
Does anyone know what typeface this is?
Hi everybody, I have a question. I know I can replace glyphs in the same OpenType font.
However, is it possible to replace glyphs in one OpenType font to glyphs from another OpenType font. Is there a python script available for that? Or is there some other way to achieve that? Thank you in advance.
I've been searching for this for a couple of days. Any help would be MUCH appreciated. Thanks in advance :)
I'm currently setting type for address labels with the Lily Wang typeface. The name is as follows:
Robert A. Elling III
Now, since these are for wedding invites I want to know what's the most proper way and/or best way to do this. Specifically, the tile of 'the third'. So, I'm not fond of the idea of three I swash capitals but here are the other options:
I'm not sure how to approach this; so, if anyone has any ideas, your help is much appreciated!!!
this is my custom lettering and the question is - is this still letter "z"? Any suggestions? Any suggesting at all?
Thank you very much!
Weingut Script Flourish is a decorative display font with high contrasts, perfectly drawn to the tiniest details. The font is trimmed to fairly large font sizes and is highly suitable for chapter titles or book jackets as well as Headlines, Invitations and wine labels, although also impressing with an astounding legibility in small typesettings. Inspired by the hand drawn Blätterschrift from the 19th century Mettenleiter’s Schriftenmagazin, its basic structure is related to the English Script. The creative process started in summer 2009 and after 600 hours of work, over a 2 year period, Weingut now unfolds to reveal all its charms.
Created by Georg Herold-Wildfellner.
Design with bicoloured capitals:
Hey guys. I'm working on this logo for a company with the initials S.E.Co, and this is a special version of the logo that will only be used on one specific product. To be completely transparent without giving away too much, the logo us a subtle homage to GE, hence the big curly E.
Any help would be very much appreciated.I need help with.
1) The terminal of the O: I like that it is not a correct script O, that it almost just feels like a flourish off of the C, but not sure how to finish it
2) The S: wider or narrower up top?
3) The overall weight and feel of the mark. I'm an amateur and I just might be missing some glaring problems.
Anyone know what font the "&" is in the image here. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
Looking to ID the "home builders" script in this logo. Any assistance is appreciated!
Can anyone help identify the font used for "Laneway Festival"?