However, you could use Protest Paint by Blambot.com to get a similar look:
Edited on Apr 16, 2011 at 10:27 by rocamaco
"Reversal" I think is from an old Pizzadude font... but I can't find it right now.
My font, Shake and Bake is somewhat close, but not an exact match. Most likely this was hand drawn. Note the way the letters all seem to fit together? Unless the designer worked really hard on ligatures for every possible scenario then someone tweaked it or did it from scratch.
Most likely not a font.
Twelve ton Golffish by Blambot.com
It's Oklahoma, but the designer added in the swoosh on the A (if you look closely you can see that it doesn't really match up very well either).
It matches QuentinCaps, but has been grunged up, possibly by whoever was doing the design work.
It's Gotham, but modified by an artist to suit the film.
Suggested font: Gotham (Bad response)
What game is that from? Maybe we can find more examples of that text?
heh, that Impacted font guy/gal didn't even try to modify the alternate characters.
I'm still trying to imagine a scenario where someone refuses to pay for a business card because of the e's.
"These e's are different. GOOD DAY SIR!"
"Well, we can reprint--"
"I SAID GOOD DAY!"
The 0 (zero) almost looks like it doesn't belong with that font. The 2 has a distinct base, so maybe that's a good starting point for reference.
try it a few times. I just did my own font 3 times on a PC at work... first two said they were corrupt. third time worked.
Suggested font: Courvetica
That's one wacky font. The "A" is thicker than all other letters, the "s" and "r" seem to make their own rules and some characters are serifed and some not... Looks like if Helvetica and Courier had a bastard child.
now that it's identified shouldn't we remove it since it has someone's personal info on it?
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