Forum

 

31 posts

Please identify!!

 1 

08/09/2012 à 01:42

Thank you!

Please identify!!

Polices identifiées

Chopin Script  Suggérée par malvolio 
Polonaise  Suggérée par Heron2001 

Police suggérée

Balmoral  Suggérée par wawahaha 


08/09/2012 à 01:51

The author of this font is a moderator on this forum.
Police identifiée : Chopin Script


08/09/2012 à 01:52

SIMILAR
Police suggérée : Balmoral


08/09/2012 à 01:53

I think Chopin Script is more similar.


08/09/2012 à 02:30

Why do you think the author of Chopin Script is moderator on this forum?

Édité le 08/09/2012 à 02:30 par rocamaco


08/09/2012 à 04:12



08/09/2012 à 04:16

malvolio a dit  
http://www.dafont.com/profile.php?user=337503



(It was the own author who marked it in green)...

Édité le 08/09/2012 à 04:17 par rocamaco


08/09/2012 à 04:17



08/09/2012 à 04:56

It is difficult to explain.
And my next script is more difficult to explain what is the origin.


08/09/2012 à 05:16

What IS your next script?
Oooooh, working on a new font?
As your fan, I can't wait, if it is true.


08/09/2012 à 17:02

malvolio a dit  
What IS your next script?
Oooooh, working on a new font?

Next font .... and next script

http://cjoint.com/12sp/BIiq7kCNHUx_what.png


09/09/2012 à 16:30

AWESOME!!!


09/09/2012 à 17:04

Chopin Script is not the legit font. The legit font is Polonaise - like in Chopin's Polonaises....

Maybe one day you'll learn the story. The script capital letters where used as the opening letters for a book - a woman in Sweden used her own handwriting. From that, a font was developed called Polonaise.

Chopin is a rip off. Malvolio says the author is a mod here. I'd like to hear how he came up with it. Meaning the design of those beautiful capital letters.
Police identifiée : Polonaise

Édité 2 fois. Dernière édition le 09/09/2012 à 17:06 par Heron2001


09/09/2012 à 17:05

Not a rip-off, Claude said so.

Édité le 09/09/2012 à 17:05 par malvolio


09/09/2012 à 17:10

Phil Martin, the designer has passed away. I know he was sued for taking the woman's capital letters and making a font from it. I do not know the financial outcome from it, but as you see Polonaise lives on. (PS I had the pleasure of taking a type course with Phil Martin - he is missed.)


09/09/2012 à 17:12

Hum, but why do we keep saying Chopin Script is a rip-off ? So if two persons decided to do a font from the same handwriting, I really don't see where's the problem ? Both fonts are different, as far as I know, so I really don't see the point in questioning this.


09/09/2012 à 17:13

Because Phil Martin designed it in 1977.

http://www.youworkforthem.com/font/T1601/polonaise

Care to discuss how you think it is different?
http://www.dafont.com/chopin-script.font?text=Kaya&psize=l
http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/urw/polonaise/urw-d-bold/glyphs.html

I'm just curious. I've written to Claude to see how he came up with his design.

Édité le 09/09/2012 à 17:16 par Heron2001


09/09/2012 à 17:15

But, you said he designed it from a woman's handwriting, didn't he ?


09/09/2012 à 17:16

Only the caps - and only a few of them. As you know, in books - not every letter of the alphabet is used in an opening for the chapter. It was his inspiration.


09/09/2012 à 17:18

Jackie, we can't compare by just looking at the preview images, can we ? The dots are different, I saw them in the past. Claude has explained many times how he came to this font, and even in the comments here on dafont.



Fuseau horaire : CET. Il est actuellement 17:33


 1 


 
Pub de kirksucks
Données personnelles  -  Contact