They are called Spurs.
They're most closely associated with Western Type but they first appeared in a very different location: France! "By the end of the seventeenth century... gone are the irrelevancies of calligraphy, replaced instead by the spurs, beaks, serifs and terminals of modern typography. ...when a committee of French academics was convened ...
This may be utterly unsatisfactory, but I think the right answer is, very Dutch, it mostly doesn't matter.
In regular body text, the difference is so subtle that the average Dutch person will not notice. I am a native Dutch, and quite a language and typography nerd besides. I had to look real closely at your example to see what you were asking. Neither ...
Here's what I'd do. It's also quite a lot of work especially for a larger design, but avoids actually drawing the lines manually.
Draw a line, duplicate it moving it approximately a 45 degree angle from the original
Create a step blend for these two lines.
With the Curvature Tool, modify the curves. This is probably the trickiest step and will need some ...
Just my opinion- I like the way you have it set up with the loose tracking.
I made just a couple tweaks- I thought there was a bit too much space in "sam" also between the A,C,and R of "acres" so I adjusted the kerning to -75 from where you had it.
You appear to be mixing up some similar things, whose distinction matters here (and in your other question):
A letter (in this context) is a unit of an orthography. For example, a is a letter of the (standard) English and Dutch orthography; ij is not a letter of the English orthography, but it is regarded as such in the Dutch orthography.
A character is a ...
There is a method that will allow you to do something close to this, or at least have somewhat of a start to expand and then refine. It's a lot of work, for you have to make each separate hatched segment individually.
First, create a symbol of your hatching pattern:
Draw a very slender and wide horizontal triangle;
Alt-drag it to copy it, aligning the copy'...
This is pretty subjective, but with this particular typeface and this particular weight, I would try a lower tracking value, or use a thicker weight.
Or thicker weight and bigger tracking. Or just thicker weight.
Ultimately, we can't really answer objectively without seeing that put into context, I mean let's see the entire record cover.
I think a better option is using brushes. This a rough 5-minute attempt that would still need refinements.
Make your basic shapes by making a group of elongated triangles
Convert it into a brush by dragging into your brushes panel and choosing "art brush"
Now you can apply it to the inside of your shapes. It's tricky getting the angles right, and ...
If you have a Mac, the Font Book app will let you customize the text used in font previews.
Here are two python scripts to generate a gallery of different fonts for a particular string of text. One does it via HTML and one via RTF.
For either one you will need to start a list of typeface names available on your system (or ones which you want to use). For ...
Trying to clarify things a bit here.
If you want to "shop" for fonts online you can visit each font seller/ suppliers website. At myfonts.com you did not go deep enough to see "your text" listed in each different font category. As @Scott said, you do need to narrow the search by inputting a type style (serif, sans serif, display, etc.). ...