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Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by JustMe2, Apr 21, 2004.

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  1. JustMe2

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    Anybody have ANY idea what font the attached pic could possibly be??
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  3. JustMe2

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    Thanks Crossgrain!
    I have a more letters, just not larger. The sample was sent as a placed image within a ai file. But considering it's someone's copy-righted artwork, I don't think it would be wise on my part to post it! :)
    Soooo...I clipped all letters in the sample and posted it with this reply. Doubt that it will help any, but it's always worth a shot! The company that sent the file, are attempting to find out what the font is, but so far...no luck!
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    That's REALLY a toughy. Without M's and W's and lowercase or #'s, it gets pretty hard to guess anymore. It looks related to Futura, Century Gothic, and Avant Garde maybe with a hint of Mostra

    :eek:

    Perhaps it's a hand-modified version of one of those??

    :dangedifIknow:

    At any rate, if those are all the letters you needed to recreate - it'd be pretty simple to do in Illustrator.... now if you need to use it for a ton of new body copy...

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    That's what my husband did. He just finished 'arting' it. Company was willing to pay for for the job, so that's cool. After much research, I had pretty much decided that it was probably a hand modified image.
    But, you never know these days...with all the thousands of fonts that exist!
    But, the job is done, and customer will be pleased. Came out a dead match! (including the stupid little bird he had to art for it also!!) :)
    Thanks again for trying!
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  6. crossgrain

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    np.

    That's what I hate about having to identify fonts - by the time you've checked every resource and poured through every website, you could have just re-built it in Illustrator in half the time and been sipping a nice cup of tea by now.

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