Not sure about Corel, but it's possible (though a bit convoluted) to do this in Illustrator. Basically you make your black rectangle. Set your text. Copy the rectangle and paste in place/front (so you now have two copies in register). Copy your text. Select the top rectangle and paste text in back. Change the newly pasted text fill to white/paper. Select white text and top rectangle and make a clipping path. In Illustrator you can then select the black text and shift select the White text in the layers palette so you can move/transform both together.
To add to daaams suggested technique, In Photoshop, you can use an 'invert' Adjustment layer to get the same effect with a single copy of the text see below…
Edited on Jun 16, 2016 at 12:53 by pilaster
Bet you can't get this one!
When logged in, you'll find a My Account link in the head of the page next to your user name (Top Left). Click thru that and it takes you to a page displaying a list of your font/s. Next to the font name is an update link. Click that and you can upload a new file and update the description etc.
When logged in, you'll find a My Account link in the head of the page next to your user name (Top Left). Click thru that and it takes you to a page displaying a list of your font/s. Next to the font name is an update link. Click that and you can upload a new zip with the tree weights and update the description etc.
"These are from a newly acquired book on advertising from the early 1900’s."
Identified font: Eccentric Egyptian
Edited on Jun 02, 2016 at 17:57 by frd
The lowercase letters bear some resemblance to Blackstone, which is itself inspired by an old Sanborn fire Map cover… so maybe someone else has made a font, based on the same raw material… or it could just be modified.
Possibly this (Or Newport Classic SG, Jazfzest NF) manually condensed… possibly…
The font embedded in the pdf is this…
That could be done with a numbering block when the receipt is printed. Here a font that approximates the effect…
My two penneth. I think we can mark this as identified but with the caveat 'modified' and I also think it's a bit naughty (although not unprecedented) that Dreamtime should be offering this for sale a vector.
Graham Meade - GemFonts Free Font
For info email email@example.com
31 McMillan St
Clayton Sth 3169
Contact the author at the above infos. Either he may consider a commission to make a bold version, or may grant you permission to go ahead and make/commission a bold version.
I don't know if these contact details are up to date, but give them a go…
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