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revised Which font would you pair with Special Elite?
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comment Serif font with 'M' that is symmetrical and an 'A' with an sharp pointed apex / climax
I will stick my neck out and say that you will be hard pressed to find a serif font where there is symmetry, because serif fonts tend to preserve the classical thick/thin stroke differences. You might possibly find such a font where the differences are minimal, I suppose.
Apr
27
comment Former client is demanding files they lost
What makes them think you still have the files? Indeed, if you have handed over all IPR then perhaps you shouldn't still have them. Did you promise to keep them indefinitely? What could their legal action possibly be based on? This seems to me to warrant a response of "I'd love to help, but..." [I don't think I still have them; I'd have to look through archives; I have responsibilities to current clients; the work would need to be scheduled; it would need to be billed; ...]
Apr
25
comment Font identification similar to “throw my hands up in the air”
Please don't simply re-ask questions if it doesn't meet the requirements.
Apr
12
comment Designing Fashion Stationary Brand - Commercial Font use
You may need to add which country you're in. Licensing and copyright arrangements differ.
Apr
5
awarded  Yearling
Apr
4
comment Why is an el­lip­sis represented by one single character rather than a sequence of kerned dots?
"The sans-serif typeface Arial was used in the examples." Um ... I'm not sure that's true. It's not Arial.
Apr
3
comment What font is this? (second font from Gunrox)
@Menasheh Here is an image of bitmapped Arial at 8pt without ClearType. It looks the same to me.
Mar
31
comment What font is this (from Gunrox)?
Your image is really difficult to see. However, it appears to be a bitmapped version of Helvetica Bold or Arial Bold -- probably the latter, given your other question.
Mar
31
comment What font is this? (second font from Gunrox)
That is a bitmapped version of Arial.
Mar
30
comment What font is used on this Danube Dragons T-shirt?
I disagree with @ZachSaucier. The R A and O are the same (allowing for printing differences); D is probably an upper/lower-case variation. But you would have to do some work separating the letters for WhatTheFont to work.
Mar
9
comment InDesign document printing in wrong font
If you can't add it to the question (there may be a limit on the number of images based on your reputation), then upload it somewhere public and put the URL in a comment. Once someone else can access it, they can edit the question and add the image for you. It's actually the "wrong" image which is more important than the "right" one.
Mar
8
comment InDesign document printing in wrong font
ostrich, you need to save your images locally and then use the image button in the editor to upload them. Stack Exchange will save them with Imgur to make them available.
Mar
3
reviewed Approve How do I find sans/serif pairs of fonts?
Feb
25
comment Choosing the right black for laser monochrome print
This will depend on the printer driver surely, which depends on what printer you have. And what OS you're running Illustrator/Photoshop on.
Feb
25
comment style-identification please. What is the keyword for this painting style
The word you think it's not is "gouache"; but as that applies to opaque watercolours, it may well be applicable here. It does appear to be the only common feature: the limited colour palette of the first couple of images (which might suggest posterisation) does not apply to the last few.
Feb
25
comment Break within a word
What happens if you use a non-breaking space (ASCII 160)?
Feb
24
comment Licensing for commercial use of fictional characters
I rather think the engraving is well in the public domain by now. Representations of that engraving are more of a moot point.
Feb
24
awarded  Nice Answer
Feb
23
comment What are Google Webfonts alternatives to F37 Bella?
Um... surely you can search Google Webfonts just as well as anyone here (and you wouldn't have to wait for an answer, either!)