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Almost Cooper

Discussion in 'Fonts and Typography' started by Colin, Aug 20, 2012.

  1. Colin

    Colin Major Contributor

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    Any ideas on this?
     

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  2. signmeup

    signmeup Major Contributor

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    Try Coolsville
     
  3. Colin

    Colin Major Contributor

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    Also close, but not it. Thx.
     
  4. SebastienL

    SebastienL Active Member

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    That bike is from the early 70's. I doubt that version of Cooper has been converted to a digital font. Just the "R" and "A" need some tweaking...
     
  5. signmeup

    signmeup Major Contributor

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    Have you tried Corel's quick trace? I've been having pretty good luck with it lately. You'll have nodes to edit...
     
  6. Colin

    Colin Major Contributor

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    Lots, but in this case I think I'd sooner convert Cooper to curves and modify it using this image as a template.
     
  7. Baz

    Baz Very Active Member

    Souvenir is close to this also
     
  8. signmeup

    signmeup Major Contributor

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    That's the name I was trying to remember. I kept coming up with Sigvar.
     
  9. oldgoatroper

    oldgoatroper Roper of Goats. Old ones.

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    It's Cooper, for sure -- it's just not Cooper Black.

    What it could be is Cooper Bold with some weight added to it with stroke/outline which would produce the slightly exaggerated serifs that we see in the sample.
     
  10. kawaja

    kawaja New Member

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    Try this!

    Scan the font with WHAT THE FONT software it will automatically search and find the font.
     
  11. Colin

    Colin Major Contributor

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    Did that. No luck.
     
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