Back in the day, when I did prepress/design for flexo printing, we would print white inks onto clear substrates (normally 2 whites), to then allow us to lay down CMYK + Spot colours on the whites, giving clear labels with a design printed on them.
If it needs layering it is not one font but two (maybe combined into one file).
Too true. Too true, like Frontage or Sutro are 3 or 4 fonts that combine. ( I still think it's easier and gives you more choice of styles if you use FX, rather than stacking fonts)
I assume OP means fonts that can be layered, like this one:
or many of these:
But to be honest, it's normally easier (if you have the minerals) to find a font you like, and add the split tone/ colour with FX. literally 1000s of tuts out there to show you how. There aren't that many fonts that stack, but there are 100s of ways of creating the effect…
When you go to the market, do you get given your food free?
Prelo Condensed is a commercial font. If you want to use it, buy it. Don't ask others to be complicit in helping you commit a crime.
It's looks to be derived from this Sanborn Map cover.
So this might set you in the right direction…
Finally, everything is solved.
Thank you guys!!!
Would you mind sharing the solution you found, as this might be helpful to others who find themselves in the same situation. Did you just use a different font, for example, that allowed embedding?
That's possibly a cut of Serpentine Bold, but image quality so poor it could also be Enter Sansman.
TOUGH is LHF Euphoria , which has been superseded by V. 2 which isn't the same and I can't find a Kosher link for it.
Identified font: Euphoria
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If you zoom right in to the tiny sample, the counters in the 'B', 'A', 'R' and 'D' are open… I think that it's this, scaled (with an & from elsewhere). Find a bigger sample and you may get a 'green' ID…
Edited on Oct 12, 2015 at 23:07 by pilaster
'Jointhecrew' looks like it started life as this…Modified 'J', scaled, outline/stroke to clip the 'n' and first 'e'.
Yep, after a horizontal rack treatment.
You can still hear it screaming…
My "insight": Heavily modified Ravenscroft… Lots of scaling…
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The read me says this is Freeware, but font infos show that 'Preview & Print Embedding not Allowed'. I don't know if a game or an app can use a font that is restricted other than as a static graphic. It certainly won't embed in a pdf, but game/app development is outside my sphere of experience.
Either contact Fenotype, or take a look at 10:12
which are very similar in a lot of respects, and have specific licensing for embedding in apps.
(Although, to my understanding, and I hope others chip in here, if the use of the font is in a static graphic such as a gif, jpeg or png, a standard desktop licence would be required, that being freeware, in the case of Lakmus. But I'm not a lawyer, so asking the font author is always going to be the safest bet )
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