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This font was on a book in the movie the fountain. I've tried identifying it everywhere but failed miserably. I even cleared out all the colors and made it clear. Can anyone help me?
It is hand lettering.
Yes, but do you have any idea what this particular one is called?
Very Brody Neuenschwander
Couldn't find something even loosely similar. Makes me thinking to some Scholtz Fonts. I would probably classify it as "Arabic brushdrawn ink calligraphy".
Some fonts, probably useless: Silken, La Figura, Certificate, Ability, Mockingbird, Dreamer Script, Cherish, Yevida, Sensual, Swan Song, Naomi, Constanza, Lovers, Santangeli
EDIT: nice find Jean Paul!
Not done by brush, but with a broad nib quill.
@OT: You are probably not up to date with the definition of a ‘font’, as practiced on this site, as opposed to ‘lettering’. To make a long story short: there are fonts inspired by / based on this style of lettering (or calligraphy). The best known is Zapf Chancery. Start there and find similar fonts with more flourishes and swashes.
Thank you guys!! You're awesome. (: