Might be a glitch with Font Explorer.
I use the old free version (still on 1.2.3.) to manage my fonts. I will generate fresh versions to check metrics and edits and so forth work in other apps on my system, activating and de activating using Font Explorer. Sometimes, I'll delete an old version of a font, from Font Explorer. Load up and activate the new version, and the alts/edits, won't show in Font Explorer until I quit and relaunch. So possibly just a Font Explorer bug?
Custom for 20th C Fox, as far as I can tell. Maybe it will be released at some point …
My 2 penneth; Blue Island
But as the Kat says, it would be helpful to know what you are looking for…
If that didn't start life as Wisdom Script, I'll eat my hat …
http://www.dafont.com/effortless-tattoo.font kabalweg said
Thanks for the feedback. Yes, I make sure that the font I'm using is either commercially available, in public domain or has SIL license. I take time to read the license that comes with it. Can you identify the font that you said is donation ware or is not for commercial use?
Edited on Jun 07, 2015 at 21:29 by koeiekat
I'm no legal expert, but It is my understanding that by including Google Ads, you are profiting from the site directly, so it is entirely possible, that you may be defined as using these fonts for commercial purposes. You need to make sure all the fonts used, that you are to profit from, through the ads on your site are free for commercial use or to follow the terms from the font licences. A brief glance, shows at least one to be donation ware, so for commercial use, my feeling is that you would need the permission of the author, or to make a donation. I hope wiser heads will chip in on this, but my feeling is that you need to VERY carefully read the licences for each font you are using…
The Main font as arbreg17 has pointed out is hand lettered by the Very Talented Mr Smith. Watch the videos on his site, his sign making is just breathtaking.
He has made a font of the credits from 'Born and Raised' here:
Edit: There are also vector scrolls and elements he uses in his designs available to purchase on iStock (link on his site).
Edited on Jun 05, 2015 at 13:40 by pilaster
Might not be a font, just ticket numbers.
Nick Shinn's Walburn has somewhat similar numbers.
Looks like a numbering block's handywork to me too. This will give you a similar feel/effect without having to buy a printing press …
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