1 matches[quote:3eac2ffc45="bunny wuffles"]
so many film titlers of that era made their own signwritten titles rather than used a font set[/quote:3eac2ffc45]
And they had to. Although not the hardest metal around :) lead is not that flexible! Ever thought of making up a lay-out like these in lead? You'll start drawing!
Personally I find the Brody (Briquet originally) somewhat plumb in this case.
1 matchesI've been working with computer fonts since 1977. There are two fonts I'm having problems with (out of 750) and I can't figure out why. Bunny Rabbits and Beautiful Beasts. I can download them, extract them, install them and open them and they look fine. When I try using them in Corel Draw (either typing with them set as the current font - OR - typing something in another font, then selecting it and changing it) they literally DISAPPEAR.
I can't figure out why. I'm using Windows XP. This happens on both my home and work computers. It's very odd. :confused:
1 matchesGah, I still need to clear my EMail inbox - haven't forgotten at all; but that's a job I do keep putting off.....
The Simbats font and the companion were designed by SM Lust - the same artist who designed my "Bunny Wuffles" logo character :cool: I might have guessed you would have known about the fonts, but I link to his site from my main page where I was *hoping* you would have come across them as a nice surprise. Who on earth was I kidding" :rolleyes: :D
...and NO! Bolton is a new one on me - where can I find it? I tried Googling, but whenever I think I found it, I just keep on getting redirected to Fonts.com where everything is pay.
I have another film-related font query; I'll start a new thread on that one if I may, as it is a different topic. And I MUST get round to cleaning my EMail inbox! :rolleyes: