That Fred, is caused by the perspective distortion. The text is not set on a straight line but on a curve. Correct that and be happily surprised
Shame on me! I forgot Rob Leuschke's Hope, QualiType's QTLinostroke and the Siloscript.
Let's see. Maybe he likes the Typo Upright better. Or the Bay Animation / Arts&Letters clone Uptype/Lucy? Or MicroLogic Software's Oldscript? Or Brendel's Antigua? Or maybe Graphx Edge's Mona Lisa Script? Or Southern Software's Monastery Script? Or SWFTE's Cathedral? But then maybe he prefers Jose Alberto Reyes Galvez's AnnabelScript (I would certainly not)? Then there are FontShop's and Softmaker's and WSI's Linus, Manoshin Dmitry's Liruss and of course Christine Mauerkirchner und Rainer Grunert's Liquador. Softmaker also named it Script-L730 (wondering what the L stands for
) Broderbund preferred to name it L730-Script while an unknown copier thought that Penscript would be the best name for the Ronde
Found two that are sort of similar to that one, the Peacock
and the Vedo ExtraBold
12 and a half minutes ... that is slowish
Tortured indeed. No wonder the capital is sick.
French Script is close but the lowercase 't' is slightly different, however I did actually manage to find it myself in the end
The dot on the i tells the story
And no need to go to the squirrel ... it is a Google webfont.
The character after the V is a flipped V.
Arista and Time Burner, both here on dafont may also do the job.
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