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    1 matches comment Heron is right. This is surely a plugin effect. If you don't care about the geometrical shape of the effect but just want this type of shape, Glass Houses maybe something for you.
    1 matches comment uploaded image view details for free font #15550 Originally created for the shear enjoyment of playing with the Hexagonal Honeycombed Shape and what I could do with it. I hope you all enjoy using it as much as I did creating it. Several individual letters like the K,I,X don't offer themselves to the shape very well but when joined make the Honeycombed shape, created to raise money to help save the Honeybee! Since then, I have been asked many times to create a full version for commercial use. For the fully kerned OTF embeddable commercial version of this font please visit my Etsy Store @ http://etsy.me/2dWt1vb
    3 matches comment In some fonts i've noticed some characters seem to change shape and spacing, depending on the following letter. Notably with the capital T. What do you call this and how can this be done in a program like FontCreator?
    1 matches comment Trouble is exactly that G.I've spent more time than can possibly be called reasonably on this one and there are plenty of Antiques, Insiceds around for that shape but found none with the same top-right shape as the sample. Yes, the Congress Sans, as did McGee. But although all other letters are very close to the sample, except for the x-height, because of that G I decided the Congress Sans to be no match. Thus kept quit. I have no solution for this one.
    1 matches comment Several applications. First of all the eye-brain coordination; remembering. When this does not work I know at least in which direction to search. Most if not all typefaces have something that is not found in others. In this case the slopes on the stems - which is not that uncommon. What is more uncommon is the angle of the slopes and the shape of the lower case g. First impression is that two faces of the same type are used. So I go for that uncommon g, which I remember as Interstate and - thus - Roadgeek. Not happy with slopes of the stems I run a match. First I sort of restore the text so that it can be used for shape recognition. Because of the typical shape of the g it does not need to be perfect. I run a match on wtf (What the font). A quick and dirty way to find a match for many commercial fonts. Best match; indeed, Interstate. Because of the shape of the g the Taz does not show. As I already rejected the Interstate I run a match locally to see whether there is something else. Not as quick as wtf, takes about 20 minutes, but accurate. Again the same fonts. What did I do wrong? I assumed the two types to be the same. Jumping into conclusions ... never a good thing ... Edit kk: Not to worry, you are not bothering the forum.
    1 matches comment Download free font Monitorica - http://www.iphostmonitor.com/monitorica-font.html Each letter is a shape unto itself, a shape that may serve as an illustration, as an icon, as a vessel, or as a graphic focal point, apart from its meaning as an alphabetic unit. Monitorica stencil fonts consists not only of capital letters with rounded edges and thick main strokes, but has everything needed for fine body text as well. Since 1937 stencil was common font for army-themed displays, but let there be peace, Monitorica!
    1 matches comment uploaded image Hello, have a look at Steelfish (Ray Larabie): http://www.abstractfonts.com/font/3815?text=CONSTAIN http://www.abstractfonts.com/font/9014?text=CONSTAIN It's a free font and looks very similar but is a little bit more compressed. The shape of the T might be a hint that the original typeface (Steelfish Bold?) was streched horizontaly. Btw: It's no Helvetica, Univers, Folio or anything similar the shape of the capital letter S differs to much.
    2 matches comment Hi, I am looking for a font with a sliced 0 like used in certain computer related area's, like this Ø ( but then a real 0 ) Preferably something roughly in Arial style. Anyone having a good pointer? Tx., Shape
    1 matches comment I don't think that is a font. Even if the 'o' was mirrored it is not the same shape.
    2 matches comment I am on a Mac, but I don't think my boss would pay for something like that, even if it's not very expensive. He's sorta cheap like that. If these people you're talking about know of a free one to download, that would be great. How does a font manager work? Does it just classify your fonts into categories like by shape, or what? Like I said, I don't really have a lot of puter know-how except for illustrator 10.

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