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    Default Find Font

    Anyone know what font this is? Tried finding it on several font sites but didn't have any luck.
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    Default Re: Find Font

    BQ, have you tried this link and submitted your JPG image?

    http://www.myfonts.com/WhatTheFont/

    It throws up some close matches when I tried it, but not sure how precise you need it to be (i.e. does it have to be an exact match).

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    Default Re: Find Font

    It could be Diamanti Diagonal EF Heavy. It is not a free font though.

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    Default Re: Find Font

    Yes, I did try What The Font and yes I do need an exact match. Was hoping it would be a free font because I only need it once. Thanks for trying.

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    Default Re: Find Font

    Are you doing just a word or two as in a logo? If that's the case you could easily trace this with the Shape Tool, which would give you an exact match.

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    BQ, this looks very like it - its free. Worth a try to see what the italic version looks like.

    http://www.fontspring.com/fonts/typodermic/almonte

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    DOAADI,
    That looks pretty close. I'll give it a try. Thanks for researching it and responding to my post.

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    Default Re: Find Font

    I used the same font on a logo i made a few weeks back. If im not mistaken the font is Lunch Time Normal another similar one is Jhiaxus Oblique. Hope this helps.

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    Default Re: Find Font

    This is a small sample of the font that's needed, but the captial "C" is quite characteristic of Bitstreams' Compacta family.

    I used Compacta Black in this screen capture, and then skewed it by 28 degrees (in Xara) to the right to make an oblique version (which is often what an italic family member truly is).

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    It's not an expensive typeface, and it's not hard to do this with Xara.

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    Default Re: Find Font

    Quote Originally Posted by DOAADI View Post
    BQ, this looks very like it - its free. Worth a try to see what the italic version looks like.

    http://www.fontspring.com/fonts/typodermic/almonte
    thank alot

 

 

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