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Font Help!

Discussion in 'Fonts and Typography' started by ScottsGrafix, Aug 27, 2007.

  1. ScottsGrafix

    ScottsGrafix New Member

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    im lookin for the font crillee in bold or extra bold.. if anyone knows of this font free id be greatful to ya..ty

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  2. ScottsGrafix

    ScottsGrafix New Member

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    ya ty but i found those none have the crillee bold or extra bold..
     
  3. ScottsGrafix

    ScottsGrafix New Member

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    Sorry its Edited..ty
     
  4. SignosaurusRex

    SignosaurusRex Major Contributor

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    Ty, Crillee and sometimes its variations are bundled with various clipart packages as well as some programs such as various Corel programs. Some fonts are available for free under other names that are close to the original name (ex. Cruiser) at some free sites previously mentioned, as well as in other software bundles. You'll need to search not by name but rather by style or by eye. In most cases, purchasing the font from a pay site is the best way to go, as you'll usually get its variations as part of the package and you'll have the real deal, not a knock-off, as well as saving all the time searching, and the creator of the font will get his hard earned fair share as a royalty. If you can, pass along the cost of the font to the customer as part of the project, Now you'll have it for their future projects etc.:wink: get the good stuff!
     
  5. ScottsGrafix

    ScottsGrafix New Member

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    ya i figured that much.. i have the crillee font just need it in bold or extra bold..
     
  6. SignosaurusRex

    SignosaurusRex Major Contributor

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    What programs are you using?
     
  7. ScottsGrafix

    ScottsGrafix New Member

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    Far as what?
     
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  9. Gino

    Gino Premium Subscriber

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    This might be a silly suggestion, but if you already have 'Crille'.... why don't you just put an outline around it, delete the original line and..... I think you'll have what you want with NO out-a-pocket money.:help:
     
  10. ScottsGrafix

    ScottsGrafix New Member

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    Thankx i got it not..
     
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