Eny effort to try & identify is really appreciated.
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That may very well be the Venture by David Occhino stretched a bit. It is all lower case.
Edited 2 times. Last edit on Mar 01, 2012 at 09:47 by koeiekat
Actually, this one's mine.
Based on the same source material. This is an old version of the font, as some of the lines betray that they haven't been cleaned yet. The newer version is http://www.dafont.com/labouf.font
, which has a slightly thinner weight and a cleaner look.
Maybe, but then, maybe not. The sample is far too muddy to tell either way
The 'tell' is the small 'e'. I had it wrong in my original version of the font (when compared to the movie posters) and corrected it later, and the 'wrongness' is evident even in this muddled version. Occhino had it right all along.
Again, too muddy to tell ...
Trust me on this one. The 'e' only goes straight across in the mid-line on my old font. It slopes down on the marquee. I hate to admit it, but that tell is there just 'cause I screwed up in the first place.
Edited on Mar 03, 2012 at 17:01 by Rodolphe
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