It's Mesquite, but it is modified and distressed.
Sorry - I use a Mac and also Suitcase Fusion for my font installations. Otherwise, I'd be happy to help.
You used a great font in your example, though!
As long as you don't profit in any way (or allow others to profit) from the font usage, I consider it to be personal use.
Here's a helpful link, should you decide to use FontLab.
There's a link on that page to an illustrator template, too, which I found very useful.
Hopefully you saved the illustrator files, too, because that's what you really need. Then, you'll need software. http://www.dafont.com/soft.php#3
Man, either give it up or learn to do it yourself. Do you even realize how much work you're asking someone to do for free?
No worries :-)
All the fonts on this site are downloaded in a zip file, I believe. You just need a zip extraction program to get the font file.
I used Stuffit and I think there's winzip for windows.
Just Google zip extraction software and you'll probably find some freeware.
Don't use other font sites - Dafont is the best!
Modified Boston Truckstyle?
Well, you could say please and generally be more polite when asking for a favor. Just a suggestion.
I'm on a Mac, but it doesn't seem right that Photoshop would open a TTF file. When you unzip the file, can't you just then install the font file into windows? I use a font manager, so I just install into that (Suitcase Fusion 2). Once installed into your system, the font should be available in any program - including Photoshop.
I think its Horizon stretched out a bit.
I guess it was only a matter of time until we got to this point. Everyone is so used to getting "free" downloads that its only logical that some people want to take it a step further and request people to make something - and then get it for free.
Its crazy how everything seems so devalued today. Music, software, and yes - fonts!
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