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Discussion in 'Fonts and Typography' started by TheSellOut, Feb 27, 2008.

  1. TheSellOut

    TheSellOut Very Active Member

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    Does anyone know what this font is
     

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  3. TheSellOut

    TheSellOut Very Active Member

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    Shovel...Thanks for the effort...I ended up just re-drawing it using the closest match I found "Folio BLK", stretched the f**k out. I was tougher than I thought due to the contour of the tanker, but the measurements match up so we'll see tomorrow morning!
     
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    Heath dude.

    I like your list of tools so much better than those pretentious ones.

    :U Rock:
     
  5. Digital_Dan

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    Compacta Blk?

    That one period is bigger than the other?

    -I know, sounds like a personal problem -
     
  6. TheSellOut

    TheSellOut Very Active Member

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    Thanks man. I saw this one guys list a mile long and @ the bottom it said "Yeah my list just made yours look insignificant" (or somethin like that) and I thought "what a jacka*s". So I put togther my list...which is all I have, but I rock everyday and love it!
     
  7. TheSellOut

    TheSellOut Very Active Member

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    Thanks for the reply! That was my first thought besides "Square"...it's neither. I think it's custom, or an existing...extremely modified font. The sign maker who had this account before me is one hell of an artist so I wouldn't put it past him.

    Good eye and even better Wit! When I was redrawing it I noticed the periods too...It's those types of things I think we notice more than anyone else, but you can bet that my periods will be the same size...umm is that right for me to say...umm NO!
     
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    Not many in this area compare to Ron...................If any!:beer
     
  9. TheSellOut

    TheSellOut Very Active Member

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    So true!
     
  10. ProWraps™

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    actually it was my sig you are referring to. and its not pretentious, im making fun of the people that have long sigs, by have a stupid long sig. same humor as yours, just different. but hey ive been called worse. as mentioned above, close match to compacta. its the same font my norcal decals logo uses.
     
  11. TheSellOut

    TheSellOut Very Active Member

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    Tecdady...I think it was your list I was busting...I apologize...I am the jacka*s...also a little slow on the humor.



    When I read it...I only got to the fourth piece of equipment down, and assuming it was all equipment, I skipped to the bottom...saw your tag...then thought the jacka*s thing.



    Upon a second read, I laughed at your humor...and myself for being an idiot. And I Totally agree with you on the Corel thing...junk!

    Funny Thing is...my list, really is all I have
     
  12. Service Sign Co

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    CS3 is a good software package,especially when it is only 10% of the cost of actual production software
     
  13. TheSellOut

    TheSellOut Very Active Member

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    Do you mean for remaking things like this font or just in general?
     
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