For those who remember them and for those who don't:
Are there any license-free fonts available that look similar to their works? I had a look at the techno section here, but most fonts are either very generic or badly executed.
Why would anyone want to make life harder by messing up the alphabetic order?
Depends who wrote that. If it's a website that offers pirated fonts which are usually commercial, then I wouldn't trust it. If it's the font creator himself who states that, then... write a mail and ask him.
The V and the R are obviously different from Hamburger Heaven.
Quite a pretty font when used in italic. I only found out about it a few months ago, as the fonts shipped with Windows are usually poo.
Edited on Jul 29, 2011 at 11:34 by Kodoichi
"Birth of a hero" with custom R, a rip-off of Avantgarde that doesn't credit the original and even asks for permission when used in commercial works. Can be found here on Dafont.
Just add white (or your background color) inner stroke to that font.
I hope you don't practice that. Some letters will come out ugly that way.
Trebuchet MS, in bold italic. If you have Windows, it should already be installed on your system.
Edited on Jul 29, 2011 at 12:24 by rocamaco
Instantly recognizable by the ugly R.
And the kerning between the A and V is terrible.
The letters in Excalibur are slightly, but still visibly different.
It's mainly idiots who end their sentences with an overused "LOL".
Toupee Sans Skills
I guess (s)he means "inside the E".
What about the font on the top? It looks like the one used by Nivea, but I don't know the name.
I first thought Trebuchet MS bold, but it's not quite that one.
You would get it "for free" if you had a Mac.
Ban Sans Troll.
I prefer the Samsung one ._.
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