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08/09/2012 a las 01:42

Thank you!

Please identify!!

Fuentes identificadas

Chopin Script   Sugerido por malvolio   (ver el post)
Polonaise   Sugerido por Heron2001   (ver el post)

Fuente sugerida

Balmoral   Sugerido por wawahaha   (ver el post)


08/09/2012 a las 01:51

The author of this font is a moderator on this forum.
Fuente identificada: Chopin Script


08/09/2012 a las 01:52

SIMILAR
Fuente sugerida: Balmoral


08/09/2012 a las 01:53

I think Chopin Script is more similar.


08/09/2012 a las 02:30

Why do you think the author of Chopin Script is moderator on this forum?

Editado el 08/09/2012 a las 02:30 por rocamaco


08/09/2012 a las 04:12



08/09/2012 a las 04:16

malvolio ha dicho  (ver el post)
http://www.dafont.com/profile.php?user=337503



(It was the own author who marked it in green)...

Editado el 08/09/2012 a las 04:17 por rocamaco


08/09/2012 a las 04:17



08/09/2012 a las 04:56

It is difficult to explain.
And my next script is more difficult to explain what is the origin.


08/09/2012 a las 05:16

What IS your next script?
Oooooh, working on a new font?
As your fan, I can't wait, if it is true.


08/09/2012 a las 17:02

malvolio ha dicho  (ver el post)
What IS your next script?
Oooooh, working on a new font?

Next font .... and next script

http://cjoint.com/12sp/BIiq7kCNHUx_what.png


09/09/2012 a las 16:30

AWESOME!!!


09/09/2012 a las 17:04

Chopin Script is not the legit font. The legit font is Polonaise - like in Chopin's Polonaises....

Maybe one day you'll learn the story. The script capital letters where used as the opening letters for a book - a woman in Sweden used her own handwriting. From that, a font was developed called Polonaise.

Chopin is a rip off. Malvolio says the author is a mod here. I'd like to hear how he came up with it. Meaning the design of those beautiful capital letters.
Fuente identificada: Polonaise

Editado 2 veces. Última edición el 09/09/2012 a las 17:06 por Heron2001


09/09/2012 a las 17:05

Not a rip-off, Claude said so.

Editado el 09/09/2012 a las 17:05 por malvolio


09/09/2012 a las 17:10

Phil Martin, the designer has passed away. I know he was sued for taking the woman's capital letters and making a font from it. I do not know the financial outcome from it, but as you see Polonaise lives on. (PS I had the pleasure of taking a type course with Phil Martin - he is missed.)


09/09/2012 a las 17:12

Hum, but why do we keep saying Chopin Script is a rip-off ? So if two persons decided to do a font from the same handwriting, I really don't see where's the problem ? Both fonts are different, as far as I know, so I really don't see the point in questioning this.


09/09/2012 a las 17:13

Because Phil Martin designed it in 1977.

http://www.youworkforthem.com/font/T1601/polonaise

Care to discuss how you think it is different?
http://www.dafont.com/chopin-script.font?text=Kaya&psize=l
http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/urw/polonaise/urw-d-bold/glyphs.html

I'm just curious. I've written to Claude to see how he came up with his design.

Editado el 09/09/2012 a las 17:16 por Heron2001


09/09/2012 a las 17:15

But, you said he designed it from a woman's handwriting, didn't he ?


09/09/2012 a las 17:16

Only the caps - and only a few of them. As you know, in books - not every letter of the alphabet is used in an opening for the chapter. It was his inspiration.


09/09/2012 a las 17:18

Jackie, we can't compare by just looking at the preview images, can we ? The dots are different, I saw them in the past. Claude has explained many times how he came to this font, and even in the comments here on dafont.



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