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Hey everyone I've seen this letter and now I can't remember where and how it was, or just an image or animated-kind of font, I need this image hi-res or the vector file of this, or somethnig close to it.

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Have you tried a reverse Google image search? It allows you to upload an image and finds possible locations of the file or similar ones. – Vincent Sep 24 '13 at 15:05
Yes i did, unfortunately was just a bunch of golden color results...I came here only after few hours of search :) – Driglou Sep 24 '13 at 15:13
thank you so much :) – Driglou Sep 24 '13 at 15:49
Voting to close. GD.SE is not a "search for me" site. – Scott Sep 24 '13 at 19:40
@Scott - as a font-idenfication apologist, I'll stick up for this one since the concept is at least somewhat similar. Some people don't get search terms like 'drop cap' or 'gold filigree' in their head when they see something like this. – Brendan Sep 24 '13 at 20:05
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I did not find your particular vector online, but a stylized vector version is easily created in Inkscape using the "trace bitmap" feature, selecting the colors option, and clicking okay. Vector copy of ornate letter

If you want to render it at higher resolutions with this vector, you should blur it along the edges and along the faces of the letter, preferably with a filter effect to avoid the stylized appearance. Otherwise, you could try modifying the vector or finding a different one.

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