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Font: 

Sign Painter (HouseScript)

Solved By: 

fvilanakis

If you think this is some sort of pixel font, please suggest a close "regular" otf font to replace.
Thanks in advance! I apprecate it!

So, here it is. My first type design ever. Or the prototype, at least. I'm aiming for a fluid look, and I need help figuring out where to draw the line between professional and gimmicky.

mineral hall

The first letters were a" and "b," so most of the other letters stemmed from those forms. I'm not sure about the "f," "l," and "t." I like them straight, but would that detach them from the rest? I have a similar problem with the "c," "o," and "u."

As for the first "e" and first "s," does the top-heaviness of them bother anyone? I like it, but others have commented on them.

Other letters I could really use input on are the "k," "m," "w," and pretty much all the capitals. Or if you have any other suggestions...

Thanks

This is my second go around with typeface design.

I'm halfway done with it, putting it up for some early feedback. It'll be a monoface.

I think I like the way the stroke of the 'r' ends and I'll probably make the 'g' 'm' & 'n'look and feel like the 'r'.

The 'y' is rough, i'm having problems with it.

I do realize this name is probably taken, but i like it.

intentional

Hi all,
I've been working on this for a while now and thought it was probably at the right stage to show everyone any hopefully get some feeedback. The working title is Wolfgang but this will be changed once I think of something better.

One big thing I'm not sure about is the 'w'. I'm not sure if I should use the overlapping one or not. I like it and I think it is a bit different but I have been getting mixed feedback about it, some people love it, some think it doesn't quite work.

There are a few alternate characters I think I might go back to to see if it can be a little more consistent. There is a capital 'V' that is the same as one of the V's in the crossing 'W' and I may also do a capital A that is like one of these upside down.

Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance,
Andy

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Trying to identify this companies logo typeface.
Thanks.

Font: 

Frank

Solved By: 

Ryuk

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Looking for exact. Thank you for any ideas.

Font: 

Custom

Solved By: 

Ryuk

Hi! Typophile is a great site and have great memebers

Hello,

I'm looking for the font that is used for the word CALIFORNIA.

Thank you.

Font: 

Handel Gothic

Solved By: 

Ryuk

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Metron version 0.1

This is my first font. It is not yet complete, but I'd like to get the opinions of the people on this forum. There seem to be a lot of knowledgeable and/or opinionated folks here. :)

For this font (tentatively titled Metron), I wanted to create an attractive, slightly futuristic sans serif typeface for display, corporate logos, and short lengths of text. I also wanted to stay away from the super-geometric look that makes so many fonts gimmicky and unreadable. The capitals were designed first, with the lowercase something of an afterthought (and still unfinished).

The typeface was built around a sketch I made of an uppercase M. I'm happy with it so far, but the N and the 7 have been problematic. Also note that I haven't done any kerning yet.

I welcome any help I can get. Go ahead and be as nitpicky as you want. I'll offer free copies (once it's done) to anyone who posts something helpful here.

Paul D

I'm looking for A font family that would look like the Rubrik one = with rounded endings, with several weights.
http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/newlyn/rubrik/

Also, I you want, give me advise with what other font I can't mix it, I mean what serif font do you think would match well with this sans serif rounded endings font ?

Thanks !

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Looking for a font ID on the bold blocky sans serif used for the MARNI logo

many thanks in advance,
Danny

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Would like to be sure if this is Eagle Book? Your help is greatly appreciated, thank you.

Font: 

Eagle

Solved By: 

Ryuk

Font: 

Eurostile Bold Extended

Solved By: 

kthomps5

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Hi guys,
anybody can id it?

Thanks in advance!

Font: 

Market Deco

Solved By: 

Ryuk

I'm working on a project that requires a typeface like the "500" in this example. Its usage will be more for letters than numerals but this sample here really captures the essence of what I'm looking for. Modern meets athletic.

I ask all of you great wizards and gurus here for help identifying this font or pointing me to something close.

The Under Armour typeface is another example of what I feel is modern meets athletic and what I'm looking for, although the style of the "500" is closer to what I need.

All recommendations will be greatly appreciated. Gratitude in advance.

Font: 

Spartan Font, custom

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Here's the sample
Wedding invitation

I do like the font used for "ALANNA SANDBURG", but cannot figure out its name, please help.

Font: 

Market Deco

Solved By: 

fvilanakis

www.cerner.com or see attached image:

Thanks in advance for any help on this one

Font: 

Gotham (Bold)

Solved By: 

fvilanakis

Would love to hear some comments on this font design in the early stage!
Is it something you would like to se developed? Love it, hate it or indifferent? Any comments so far? (I only have a few characters so far so bare with me)

Font: 

Aldo

Solved By: 

Ryuk

Font: 

Agency FB Bold (Regular)

Solved By: 

fvilanakis

Font: 

Othello

Solved By: 

Ryuk

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