Have you tried creating your outlines, or curves, to break your font into vector info?
That way you avoid the embedding issue and the service bureau successfully produces your work.
Edited on Nov 14, 2012 at 15:59 by JDanielCundiff
It looks like it some kind of anglo saxon runic. . . san serif... maybe not a font.
Courier-This appears to have actually typed; hence the non-uniformed "fuzzy-look" from an old ribbon.
i think it could be News gothic extra bold condensed.
Maybe M54's Cafe Nero.
Just add the slab serif to the G.
Illustrated Version of Royal Acid Bath.
You could export to a jpeg or other raster image then place it into word.
Does Word import eps yet? If so, I would place the vector.
Just clone the line of copy, twice, make a white one with about a 5 pt stroke.
Make one the color of the outline you want, with about a 10 pt stroke.
Then sent to back and align all the copies of your text.
Depending on the software you use, you might need to break you text to
curves or create outline to be certain they align properly.
Edited on Nov 01, 2012 at 15:04 by JDanielCundiff
Edited 3 times. Last edit on Oct 31, 2012 at 21:17 by JDanielCundiff
Looks like a slightly Illustrated Deftone Stylus.
Looks like they did some illustration & character effects on Copperplate.
Looks like some distorted form of pristina
Kinda Looks like FRANKLIN GOTHIC CONDENSED but the G here has no spur where as FGC does...
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