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can anyone help identify what font was used for the AB-- I need to match and recreate this and add some matching type.
Help.... can someone Identify this Script Font?
Your image is in CMYK. I uploaded your image in RGB.
my browser reads either - so I didn't realize...
Any help with the Font?
As long as Mike is not online:
I got this question as an e-mail and said I wasn't sure if it was a font. I looked through Part 1 of my Guide and think it may be a modification of Jukebox's Annabelle. At least the A seems right and the B is similar. Perhaps the B was redrawn to be simpler?
- Mike Yanega
Interesting, I had the same feeling - the A looked familiar while the B looked kinda DIY :-) ... more like a "German double s" "ß". Maybe it's as simple as that. Unfortunately the test drive at veer.com only renders basic Latin chars.
I thought maybe the B was 'simplified' from Annabelle. Andreas, did you check the character map at Veer?
It don't seem a ß either:
Time for me to weigh in here... The "A" is indeed from Annabelle. The "B" is the capital B from my 'Jeffriana' font. Both letters are unaltered and appear here as they do in the fonts. Glad I could clear this up. :)
Very helpful! Thanks, Jason.