My first two fonts are here: http://www.dafont.com/tom-kolter.d2874
So, those are both fonts that I would been interested in paying someone to "assemble" them.
Also, here's the new one that I've been working on: http://www.ghostsofbigfoot.com/images/Gentle_Computer.gif
Whiskey Town and Honest Merchant were difficult for me and I'm still not happy with the final font file. Kerning might be easy for me to do with the newest one since there's no real serifs to deal with.
Hi vinz, and thanks for the response (and compliment).
Yeah - I don't assume that it would be a cheap service and I know (after attempting myself) that its a very technical and not necessarily fun or fast process. I just assume that there are people out there who do this sort of thing for a fee - just as I get hired as a graphic designer. Usually stuff like this would be by the hour, I would assume as each job/font would require different amounts of work? I guess I'm just trying to get a feel for what the rates would be for this kind of service. It won't be the worst thing in the world if I have to keep doing it myself, but I really find myself loathing it.
So, I'm a graphic designer and I've recently started to create fonts (my first 2 were just accepted here at dafont). I quickly found that while I love creating the glyphs, I don't really like actually doing the technical work in FontLab to put the fonts together so that they have nice ligatures, kerning, etc. - and the accent characters.
Just wondering if any of you font creators that lurk in these forums offer services such as taking a custom font (from an Illustrator file) and bringing it to a final "professional" font file. What would that cost?
Please reply here - or feel free to send me a private message.
Used by Prince on his Purple Rain album.
The capital C looks like its custom, but the rest is Celtic MD.
Glad to help :-)
Avenir Heavy for the large type?
This looks close - not quite as tall, but otherwise looks close.
This looks familiar, but I can't find the font. I've tried WhatTheFont, but no luck.
Bottom font is Tango.
Fuente identificada: Tango
Looks like Impact, but just with a slant
Looks like maybe its been thickened a bit in that image?
From The Walden Font Co. Part of the Wild West Press collection.
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