Found it. Thanks anyway.
Edited on Nov 25, 2013 at 17:19 by jbacardi
My coworker needs help with the font that's used for the words "Principal Broker".
Thanks in advance!
Edited on Aug 19, 2013 at 15:26 by jbacardi
The font used for this tshirt design?
Edited on Aug 19, 2013 at 14:39 by jbacardi
(smacks forehead) Of course. Thank you so much.
This was built by the client using Powerpoint, of all things, and that's all she could provide us. This is all I have. I have converted a PDF made from her original Powerpoint doc to a jpeg in the hopes that it won't violate whatever standards you guys require. It's not zoomed or enlarged. The words "carcass", "traits" and "docile" are what I'm needing help identifying.
There's only about 1 million of these handwritten fonts out there...and I can't find this one for anything. Any help is, as always, very much appreciated.
I have never heard the word "Gelbvieh" until today.
Ah, I see now. The example graphic at the top is different from the actual fonts below. Should have scrolled down. Apologies to all, and thanks again.
I have different versions of Bickham, by the way. The one available to me is nowhere near as elaborate.
All I meant was that I will probably use that one unless someone else finds the actual font! No offense intended!
Thanks- I had considered using Bickham, guess that's what I'll go with in case no one else steps up.
Two different script fonts for the "MED" at the top, and the rest of the invitation. Anybody recognize these? Thanks in advance!
Wow, they have trolls on font ID forums! Who knew?
Thanks. Figures it's an expensive font.
Hopefully this image won't be fuzzy and get me booted again. Anyway, if anyone could ID this font for me, I'd be forever in your debt yet again.
Edited on Apr 04, 2013 at 22:47 by jbacardi
Thanks very much!
It's me again...can anyone ID the font used in this design for the "Teamwork Separates" and the "1983-2013" text? I thought it looked familiar but I'm not finding it anywhere. As always, any help is most appreciated.
I hate it when clients go to sites, use their fonts to design shirts, then bring them to us to reproduce. Anyway, if anyone can identify the fonts used for the big distorted "W", as well as the word "Whitewright", I'll be forever in your debt. Apologies for the poor quality images; that's what the customer gave me. Thanks again, as always.
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