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Jedimaster9508
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Fonts for Blender

Postby Jedimaster9508 » Thu Nov 14, 2002 7:22 pm

I have some fonts :) for Blender. They are Postscript Type 1. If any one wants them just reply to this post with your e-mail.

DanielP
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Postby DanielP » Fri Nov 15, 2002 5:01 pm

Be careful with fonts, they have a copyright too! (The good ones)
For free fonts (even Type 1 Pc/Mac) try www.apostrophiclab.com.
Some great fonts in many styles.
Oh, could you post a list of your fonts ;-) ...

Daniel

Jedimaster9508
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Postby Jedimaster9508 » Fri Nov 15, 2002 11:38 pm

These are the file names:

AGATE.PFB (Agate)
AGATEB.PFB (Agate Bold)
AGATEI.PFB (Agate Italic)
BASKVL.PFB (Baskerville)
BASKVLB.PFB (Baskerville Bold)
BASKVLI.PFB (Baskerville Italic)
BECKER.PFB (Becker)
BLIPPO.PFB (Blippo) (My favorite! :D)
CLASSHVY.PFB(Class Heavy? :?:)
COOPRBLK.PFB(Cooper Black? :?:)
ENGRAVRL.PFB(Engravers Large? :?:)
ERAS.PFB (Eras)
ERASB.PFB (Eras Bold)
ERASBLKB.PFB(Eras Black)
ERASELT.PFB (Eras Light)
ERASLTRA.PFB(Eras Ultra)
ERASMED.PFB (Eras Medium)
FLORENCE.PFB(Florence)
FRQUAD.PFB (Fritz Quadrata)
FRQUADB.PFB (Fritz Quadrata Bold)
FTPSTRPS.PFB(someone help me with this one)
GARMNDMI.PFB(Garamond? :?:)
GOUDYO.PFB (Goudy Old Style)
GOUDYOB.PFB(Goudy Old Style Bold)
GOUDYOI.PFB (Goudy Old Style Italic)
LINOTEXT.PFB (someone help me with this one)
SLOGAN.PFB (Slogan)

If you know what some of these are reply and tell me.
Last edited by Jedimaster9508 on Fri Nov 29, 2002 4:33 pm, edited 2 times in total.

DanielP
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Postby DanielP » Sat Nov 16, 2002 10:29 am

Could be Bitstream.
These Fonts often come with a printer or on CorelDraw cds

Eras Bold, Black, Light, Ultra, Medium
Fritz Quadrata
Goudy Old Style

Maybe you should download Type-Manager Light from Adobe (it's free) then you can use the fonts in every app and can see the correct names.
Er, it's for Windows or Mcc

volcaino
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Postby volcaino » Sun Mar 09, 2003 12:09 am

Otherwise you could use Elefont to import any font into blender via a DXF file.

http://www.armanisoft.ch/webdesign/Elefont.htm

Great little freeware program, but don't forget to remove the doubles after you've imported the DXF :)

Volcaino

http://www.detourtheband.com


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