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    ubunt-2 ubuntu ti-4 ubuntu-4 ubuntu'-4 ubuntu--4 ufont-11 u2 band-25 ub paint-92 up media-225 uii.font-2897

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    1 matches comment view details for free font #3670 letters made out of paint brushes
    2 matches comment found this font but when i unzipped it, i cant seem to use it.."wc_rhesus_bta" help please
    1 matches comment Thanks so much! I googled Benguiat Book and it seems that Adobe owns it, or at least I couldn't find it for free. Being ignorant of such things, I never thought of a font as something one might have to pay for. (It probably takes a lot of time to come up with new fonts, and obviously the people doing this would want to get paid, duh!) Unfortunately, I'm one of the few who is still uncomfortable with online purchasing. After looking up Caslon No.224 Book, I agree that the "b" does look like someone used that font initially and then distorted the letter in a paint program (or maybe it's italic?). Again, thanks so much for your help. The kindness of your 30-second reply saved me hours of manual comparisons. Perhaps now I'll resign myself to cleaning up the letters manually in a paint program, though I've been dreading this. Drenche
    2 matches comment Open this picture with MS Paint and clear background, save picture, then go to http://www.myfonts.com/WhatTheFont/ and identify
    2 matches comment Hey man, I have the same problem when the letters have to many nodes (busy vectors like the spray paint). I have not been able to solve it either. I am using FontLab Studio 5.0.2. Could it be the version of FontLab Studio?
    1 matches comment I make them manually now... I use a combonation of Paintshop, MS Paint, and GIF Movie Gear.
    1 matches comment you find a sans, and dress it up :) (in your image editing software of choice, like photoshop or paint shop pro)
    2 matches comment Toni, The line below use to be down in a way called Handlettering with French Curves, Rapidograph pens, steady hands and a lot of time and effort. To achieve this same effect today, most can use a program called Adobe Illustrator - outline the type and pull, stretch, add, take away points till they get the desired effect. Corel and Photoshop are paint programs -- Illustrator is just what it says it is - illustration. And it comes with wonderful filters - including perspectives - like above.
    1 matches comment Hand-cut stencil and a paint spray.
    1 matches comment Hey everyone! I need to find some font "similar" to this. Ignore my drawing skills using Paint, please! :D http://img387.imageshack.us/img387/700/fontexample3np.gif Thanks!

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