Fuente identificada: Xirod
Editado el 11/09/2012 a las 21:30 por drf_
It's called Particulator, not Particular, lol.
No idea for i.
Editado 2 veces. Última edición el 02/09/2012 a las 21:21 por drf_
I'm just interested in the font used for "board
" and ".pl
" (notice the case): R modified (?) and possibly some kind of fake bold, the mighty stroke of Photoshop once again, maybe?
Editado 2 veces. Última edición el 27/08/2012 a las 02:54 por Neoqueto
This one looks almost identical to what you're looking for. My super-typographic senses are telling me that someone picked up the D, modified it and flipped by 180 degrees creating the P. And then the mighty stroke was added in Photoshop.
I'll be looking for "PRODRIFT".
Editado el 27/08/2012 a las 02:43 por Neoqueto
@malvolio No way this is Arial! You didn't notice the most significant and obvious difference - the "R". Shame on you.
Custom R (hole modified) and Z/2 from a different font.
Be more exact next time. These are logos (logotypes), I'd be surprised if they were made out of any fonts. The original EA logo was designed
Editado el 22/08/2012 a las 02:20 por Neoqueto
Microgramma Medium Extended ("TRUSTED", "SERVERS"
), Microgramma Bold Extended ("PARTNER", "RANKED"
Editado el 22/08/2012 a las 09:48 por drf_
Battlefield seems to be based on Xirod (or vice versa, whatever) and it contains almost identical M and E as in the picture.
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