Posts by vinz
The image is kinda small, hard to tell...
Ooohh a famous douchebag! well, Florida-famous. You're just the American Jacques Pradel to me...
You are an obnoxious and condescending prick... Oh wait, I see you are american- nevermind. It all makes sense now. (see, I can make generalities too!). Getting on your high horses just because you got a little teased, and you talk us about ego? You named your children by giving them the same initials as yours or your wife… What kind of ego-centric maniac does that?
Well, i think I understand now. You are the millionnaire. I'm just a part of the crawling fuckshit under your feet. Sorry master if I offended you. And I feel really bad you don’t like my designs, I think I will never sleep again.
Now get lost, Locator.
Edited on Nov 09, 2012 at 14:29 by vinz
Am I the one being arrogant here? Come on, tell us who you are? what have you done so great to be such a smart ass? who is this "wealthy executive in a prominent international corporation" dickhead?
Please save us the speech. Tons of people arrive here saying "THE" font, as we can read minds.
There are 138 pages of handwritting fonts (probably the most prolific) and from ONE font that doesn't suit your needs you assume they are all shitty? have you ever tried another one, at least? And in these approx. 1380 fonts there is not one single font that fits ?
I think the font is included with several softwares (Microsoft Office or an Adobe Suite, I don't remember...)
it may not be a font, the 2 E are different
hmmm... I can google that too, thanks.
I was asking a more precise description of the problem or a screenshot (even better), sorry if I wasn't clear...
wonky? please define...
BUT you can make AMAZING things (with or without this plugin) :
Anyway, i think this kind of use is very rare and is more an illustration (even art) than a regular use, so does it worth making a (complex) font ?
Here is an example with the the glyphs "a" "b" and "q". I've colored them for readbility.
More seriously, you have tu put all your glyphs at the same place in illustrator on the bottom left of your page. The bottom of your page will be the base line in fontlab. Then you'll just have to copy and paste it in Fontlab.
Edited on Oct 16, 2012 at 11:15 by vinz
huuu! Me gusta!
Hey man, I suggest you to ask things politely OR SHUT THE FUCK UP !
We should ban this bastard...
Not new. These softwares are from Fontlab. You have to create a font with bitfonter (http://www.fontlab.com/font-editor/bitfonter/
) and save it as a photofont file (.phf) then you need a photofont plugin to make it work. The plugin is free for photoshop, indesign and xpress : http://www.fontlab.com/photofont/photofont-start/
edit : oh, and no CS5 and 6 support for the plugin... too bad
Not that simple, indeed.
Edited 2 times. Last edit on Oct 15, 2012 at 09:47 by vinz
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