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    2 matches comment Hi, Narziss [Text] Extra Bold by Hubert Jocham? http://new.myfonts.com/fonts/hubertjocham/narziss-text/extrabold/ Bye bye
    1 matches comment I would like very much to find any fonts associated with the Engel RPG recently released in the states. (I know it was out in Germany before now) The main font drops tall letters so that nothing is ever above the midline, for example, "l"s drop done like the post on a "p" or a "q" and the post on a "k" drops down so that the top of the post is even with the "<". If anyone knows where I can find the fonts from this book (Engel), or even some similiar fonts, please let me know! If you email me, please use "engel font" as the subject. -Tree
    1 matches comment view details for free font #11867 blood spots, dripping, drops, stains, liquid, splatters
    1 matches comment view details for free font #11220 blood splats, drips and drops all over the place... kids nowdays...
    1 matches comment I did alot of looking on the internet yesterday for another font I was interested in, and while I was at it, I had my eyes peeled for the Homepages[/b:ac42abbf82] one you're interested in as well. No luck. If I come across what you're looking for, be sure that I'll post the link, and I'm sure that goes for anyone else that drops in here.
    1 matches comment Dafont is the only site he will get traffic like that from as far as from font sites regarding fonts! Traffic to my site is like 80% from dafont alone. My site sucks but that's besides the point. My fonts dont so people go to my site. When a font of mine drops from the top ten on dafont which they have, I think champagne & limousines is now somewhere between 16-20 on the list, that traffic is cut in half. I do know that abstract is also a top referrer of mine, and I do not place so highly in your top downloads. furthermore, traffic from dafont far exceeds that of traffic I receive from any other font site. To be completely accurate I just checked my analytics', and regarding font sites, abstract fonts is my second most referrer, though it refers about 10x less visitors than dafont. Still, abstract is second. Other font sites follow abstractfonts with equivalently 10x less refers. Out of the font sites that I have my fonts listed on, no one comes closer to sending traffic like dafont does to my site than this site.
    1 matches comment Eek! Freestyler - man - you've got a tricky one here. Firstly I'll assume it's the "Miramax" font you're looking for rather than the "Home Entertainment" one underneath (the HE one is Helvetica Condensed). The obvious first choice would be Gill Sans Extra Bold or one of it's clones (http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/linotype/gill-sans/ultra-bold/testdrive.html?s=MIRAMAX&p=48), but as you'll see from the sample the right leg of the "R" is all wrong, and the proportions of the "M"s are a little off too. If you have some kind of vector-graphics program - Macromedia FreeHand or Adobe Illustrator for example - then the "M"s could easily be adjusted and the leg of the "R" replaced. The only other font I could find that you might be able to use is Tschichold Bold (http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/presencetypo/tschichold/tschicholdbold/testdrive.html?s=MIRAMAX&p=48) which, as you can see, is much finer than the letterforms used for the Miramax logo but has a closer match to the leg of the "R". However, once again, you could use FreeHand or similar to convert the text to a path and then inset the path so it widens as much as you need it. If you don't have access to a vector-graphics editor, then there is one other possibility. You can find another font of a similar weight to Gill Sans Extra Bold with a more suitable "R" character and marry the two together. The major problem with recreating these letterforms exactly is than so few fonts exist with "M" characters where the centre drops significantly above the baseline. It's pretty much Gill Sans (or a clone) and not much else. Sorry I couldn't be more help!! Lengthily, -Tørnquist

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