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Any ideas of how to create such looking logo like this:

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This logo in site.

I like this roundness feel around letters. Dribble logo is also with similar effect.

I do not think that it is only shadow (if its shadow at all).

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The similarities between the two logos is that they both use a hand-drawn script face. To create a logo like that, hand-write your company name in cursive and/or purchase/find a script typeface you like. –  DA01 Aug 29 '11 at 20:03
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It looks like it's just a nice typeface to me. I don't see any treatment actually applied to it besides the white fill.

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What you're seeing is anti-aliasing of the curved shapes combined with a bit of artifacting because the image is an 8-bit PNG. It looks a little fuzzy, in other words, because it is a little fuzzy. There is no glow or shadow applied to give that effect.

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I am agree with mike, but if you want to create manually you have to really work hard on illustrator, and the good news is, its a font named Wendy LP you can use it.

and you can download dribbble logo vector file here see if it can help...

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Font Squirrel has a very similar face (it's free too for screen). It's not 100% exact, but I'm betting it's the bastard child of Adobe®'s (not so free) font. You could create the logo in Illustrator and convert it to paths with some minor tweaks to a couple of the characters.

Pacifico => http://www.fontsquirrel.com/fonts/pacifico

Sorry...to the "fuzz factor" - I think that's the effect of converting a very smooth sans-serif to a white graphic (causing anti-aliasing on the edges - like Alan said) and applying it to a black background. I don't think there's a blur or softening technique used at all.

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