6 matchesRegarding the font, the company that asked me to make their website is going to ask the logo makers the font. If they don't want to give the font, they'll convert the text to vector shapes (That's what they should have done in the first place)... So my problem will be solved...
Anyway I found out that it is a commercial font :(
If my client wants to use this font to other graphical titles or so in the website, me or him will buy the font... No problem at all...
Now, some thoughts...
Regarding some Corel Draw issues that were discussed in this thread:
- Corel CANNOT open the file in it's original format if the font is missing.
- Corel CAN, if this is choosed when saving the file, embed the font into the document itself for edition propouses on this document only.
- Final note: I used to be a Corel user but now that I'm in the Web bussiness I only use it to make some logos if needed... My graphical suite consists on: Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator and Macromedia Fireworks
Thanks for everything,
Marco Almeida aka Wonderm00n
1 matchesYou can easily draw those thing using Adobe Illustrator or Corel Draw. Never had to use Corel, but in Illustrator you can even import a flat image and convert it in vectors.
So, type in Impact the word. Trace it. Split every single letter in two by adding points. Draw a line between them.
For the crowns and the fleur-de-lys, there is plenty of dingbats related to heraldry. In this very website, under the category Dingbat, on the first page there's a font with a lot of fleurs-de-lys. Scrolling down, I bet you can find even some crowns.
Neuzeit Grotesk -> Geometrix Regular and Bold -> Use Google Image Search with Keywords "truetype geometrix". If you own a legal copy of Corel Draw you can use the "Geometric 706" from the supplied Bitstream Font Collection.
Futura -> ADF Universalis -> http://arkandis.tuxfamily.org/adffonts.html might work ... but it's no real Futura. If you own a legal copy of Corel Draw you can use the Futura from the supplied Bitstream Font Collection.
Bye Bye ...
2 matchesJohn Handy LET Plain
Have you got a Corel Draw CD?
8 matchesHello Rosalyn. Yes, it's possible that there is a similar or "cloned" font with a different name. The only font called Brochure I know about is by Corel but it differs from your sample. That doesn't mean there isn't a Brochure that looks like Ariston somewhere out there! I just don't know how you would find it though!
1 matchesThe typeface is called "Bremen". Designer: Richard Lipton (1992), published by Bitstream.
It's included in den Bitstream-Colletion shipped out with many Corel products like Corel Draw.
1 matchesCan anybody please help me with this font?
Also if you know explain why Corel Draw X3 doesn't recognize the same fonts that Corel 11 does. Is there a way to make X3 recognize them?
3 matchesThere is one very close to the Madame, the Century 725 Bold. Not a freebee alas. Although ... comes with the corel draw font bundle. Also with the trial version. Hefty download for one font. But all knowing uncle Google also knows the original file name, cen725b.ttf.
similar to Stymie:
Just have a look at similar fonts or use Rockwell, shipped with M$ Operating Systems and Corel Draw (Geometric Slab Serif 712) or Memphis (Corel Draw: Geometric Slab Serif 703):
*EDIT* Sorry, I posted the wrong Charactermap. Its from Linotype Stymie and the capital letter R is wrong. See for the other versions of Stymie (the link points to the right versions) and their proper R.