Mar 10th, 2007 - Another possibility is... use DIN for the whole thing! I don't think DIN 1451 is that heavy*** so you would need to add weight and cut the corners off for LIFE of course.
*** Edit: or FF DIN which has loads of weights.
Feb 19th, 2009 - ... heavy stuff as well.
So I assume ignoring her would help. And I really think that famous Nutshell (but isn't Nutcase more appropriate name, eh?) typeface should be immediately removed from here. ...
May 15th, 2006 - ... Heavy has an A problem [and again apostrophe] and the Merto Gothic is way out.
I've tried to match this uncommon C, had some results that came sort of close but - again - the apostrophe has always been the killer. ...
Jan 3rd, 2007 - ... fraktur-heavy. It seems to be a strong influence on t-shirt design at the moment too, i.e. flowy, dense lines, faded and distressed lettering. frakturs lend themselves to that.
Just my take. I've seen a lot of them lately.
Sep 24th, 2006 - ... Heavy.
Not entirely fair to call it is clone because I think Eurotype added the cyrillic characters. Let's say 'a copy of'
Oh yes, from your sample we can see it is the Eurotype copy you used because of the bad k ...
Dec 14th, 2007 - ... heavy and as Bob said you can only play with the demo and not save a thing.
Bob's offer is a nice one but you can - unless you are an apple -do it yourself, as long as you realize that changing the embedding settings is a violati ...
Aug 12th, 2008 - To me it looks more like a brush script variation/modification. Very heavy outlines and shades and the tail of the G cut-off. And on top of that also slanted.
Can't you make a better scan? Because, as always, rubbish in, rubbish
Jan 11th, 2007 - If you can't find a font - you might want to try:
and fool around with it in photoshop...