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Sorry for bad quality But any help?

Discussion in 'Fonts and Typography' started by MP Custom, Feb 11, 2020.

  1. MP Custom

    MP Custom Member

    I have searched all techno fonts and still not found.
    Thank you in advance.
    Cheers!
    Mark
     

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  2. bannertime

    bannertime Very Active Member

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    Since all the strokes are the same size you could easily recreate this with a pen tool. Then you'd be able to scan and use a font finder if needed.
     
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  3. MP Custom

    MP Custom Member

    Thank you. My last resort is to recreate. But other text in the same font is needed. Sorry. Am trying for a quick fix! I just threw it out there in case anyone knew it off the bat.
    I will do a quick draw and see if I can get a hit on WTF.
    Cheers mate.
     
  4. MP Custom

    MP Custom Member

    Did a vector of the most distinguishable letters, saved as a jpg and no hit. *sigh*
     

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  5. bannertime

    bannertime Very Active Member

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    Devil Breeze on Dafont. One tip for using font finders is to have enough blank white space around the letters.

    I personally use an android app called Find my Font. Which required me to paint over each letter to select it since there wasn't enough white space when I took the picture. In fact a lot of times, I'll do a "trace" and then print it onto paper. Old school method using sharpie to make corrections or use Photoshop to adjust white balance and such.
     
  6. MP Custom

    MP Custom Member

    Thank you Mate! While not quite the right one... It is close enough that I only have to adapt a few letters.
    I will look into Find My Font. Any Font help is always appreciated!
    Now if only there was a way to ID Script fonts!
    Thank you again
    Cheers From Down Under
     
  7. player

    player Major Contributor

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    The tikki guy never misses a font...
     
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  8. Fred Weiss

    Fred Weiss Merchant Member

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    I use Find My Font to identify script fonts all the time.
     
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