I'm generally pretty good at finding fonts but this one has me stumped.
Dan W. Armeneau
Hello Terremoto; I went thru 8,000 fonts in SignLab and nothing that matched, some were close but the "R's" were way off. How close does it need to be?
All I need is to somehow make the word "RENTALS" out of "BOILERMAKER". Basically I'm looking for an "N, T, and S".
When it's boiled down all I really need is an "S" that matches because I can make an "N" out of the "M" and the "T" by rotating the "L", duplicating and mirroring the duplicate.
Thanks for the reply.
Here's what I've got so far making an "N" out of an "M" and a "T" out of a couple of upside down "L"s.
Sometimes it's just quicker to make your own letters than to head off on an eternal "Font Hunt".
*Ignore the kerning!
Good job for a re-work!!
Let not the one who says it can't be done interrupt the one who is doing it.
Hello Terremoto; the font is a "VEF" and if you can use it I'll email it to you, but it wont work in Corel. If this font looks OK I'll send you the word "Rental" in "CDR" file
Try this thread.
Just for curiosity. BTW nice font.
Here's what I finally ended up with after building an "N", "T" and "S".
Terremoto:Here's what I finally ended up with after building an "N", "T" and "S".
Hello Terremoto; Real nice Work, I think your client will be real pleased. How many thousands are you charging him?
is it this? when i first saw the font, this was my initial reaction, although you've already made a good substitution....
ok did a bit more rooting and although im guessing this matter is closed, I think its called bootle, and theres a download link here...