how do you find the storybook font?

at the beginning of every chapter the first letter in the first line is very big and "artsy". how do i find that type of font?

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  • 1 decade ago
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  • 3 years ago

    Storybook Font

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  • fryer
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    3 years ago

    Story Book Font

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    There are many different typefaces (technical term for font :D) out there. There are websites that you can download free fonts from like fontfreak, and you search through them until you find one you like (for a storybook probably something medieval looking or calligraphy related). Once you download it, make sure its under C/Windows/Fonts where all your other fonts are so you can use it in any program. Then if you are using photoshop make this letter larger and perhaps inlayed over a scroll type shape to make it seem more authentic. Best of luck!

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  • 1 decade ago

    That first character is called a initial. The old german fonts are popular for this (search for Fraktur; the name of this kind of fonts, the style), however, in some countries they can be seen as the old nazi-german style (these fonts were often used in official nazi-documents and propaganda). But keep in mind that your font-choice depends on what your text is about. It can be better to go for a more modern font if it's subject is about "modern" things.

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    5 years ago

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  • Eva
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    4 years ago

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    Make the cover from paper with the same theme as your story (like frogs or giants or whatever it is about), then tie it with a cloth ribbon that is permanently attached Make a pop-up book and or a pop-up cover Include a package of fairy dust or giant repellent Use a little glitter on the cover and trim in with a fancy trim or ruffle Wrap it in a troll hide or make the covers from it include a map of the setting INcorporate a bookmark into the binding, a fancy tassel or something. Jewel-encrust your troll hide binding Gild the sides of the pages Write it in fancy calligraphy or fancy font that is readable "age" the paper with coffee Use heavy, parchmentlike paper Include a cd of medieval music or madrigals Does that get you started?

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