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Discussion in 'FUN and Sharing Forum for Non-Creator stuff' started by blackknight, Apr 11, 2006.

  1. blackknight

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    Here is something I did in TLC ising TLC elements except I used convex lettering that I purchased and placed in my fonts folder.
     

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  2. D RAT2

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    Great Job BK! A good collection of fonts, purchased or free, really expands your design possibilities.
     
  3. KD-did

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    I agree...great job!
     
  4. cybrnetico

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    BK, did all your convex come from signsfonts and was wondering if you have anymore links. I have been looking at this lettering it and very fascinating. And would like to look into it more.

    Thanks for any help.
     
  5. blackknight

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    explore the links in www.signcraft.com and here are some more:
    www.signs101.com
    www.allcompu.com (go to the links at the bottom of the page)
    http://artandsignstudio.com/fonts.html
    http://www.letterheadfonts.com (really cool)
    Look for Golden Era Studios in the signcraft links
    Besides the 2 books pictured below, signcraft magazine. Become a student of learning and the new knowledge will really elevate your level of skills. That is about it, except that you have to be serious and become a sponge for all that you see out there that is both good and bad.
     

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  6. cybrnetico

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    Really appreciate the time you took to point me in the right direction.
     
  7. D RAT2

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    I am also a Big Fan of Letterhead Fonts. When you go through their Gallery you learn quickly that a font can make all the difference in a design.
     
  8. cybrnetico

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    I will second that Drat, font does make difference. New Letterhead fonts fan here.
     
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    Also, you will notice in the letterheads that if you take one font and look in their examples, they can make it look all together different with the techniques they use. A couple of fonts can look like many but they all blend with each other in the combinations you use them in. Yes fonts do make a difference
     
  10. cybrnetico

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    I notice that with the crouching tiger example
     

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