Name that font?

Does anyone know what font is used for the goodnight sweetheart sitcom covers?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Looks like it might be one of the Shelley family of scripts, though I'm not certain. But use http://www.whatthefont.com or http://identifont.com to be sure.

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  • 1 decade ago

    The easiest way to find out is to:

    1. grab a picture of the font off of the net.

    2. take everything out of the font except the picture.(if you can)

    3. save the file you've created as a jpeg

    4. Upload the file to this page:

    http://www.myfonts.com/WhatTheFont/

    5. Let the server analyze the font.

    6. It will then spit out a list of fonts that are close for you to chose from

    7. If that doesn't work, upload the picture to the message boards and one of the other users will analyze it. They are experienced in this for the most part, and should be able to answer your question.

    The best example I could find for the sitcom font is here:

    http://www.lpb.org/whatson/britwit/gdnightswthrt.g...

    A few things to note:

    1.The font is shadowed; the red being the shadow

    2. The font has been skewed; larger at the front, smaller at the bottom.

    This will make it harder for the What the Font server to find a suitable match. Many times you will find in an example that the artist started with a certain font and changed some minor characteristic to personalize the font for their own use. This may be the case here.

    If you are looking for FREE fonts with a retro feel, go here:

    http://www.myfonts.com/browse/foundry/larabie/?pag...

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