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I'm a graphic designer, and have decided after reading so much on the subject to finally roll up my sleeves and start dabbling with type design myself. I've chosen a simple, upper-case, sans serif display face meant for poster work to start with in order to get myself acclimatized with the process. The results so far have been plenty satisfactory, and I've had a blast fleshing out my type with punctuation, numerals, and accents.
I am a student, currently in the process of purchasing my first font pack. After doing some research on this forum I came across two particular options that seems to fit what I need
Adobe FontFolio Education Essentials,
the 1000 fonts from bitstream that are stored with CorelDraw Graphic Suite X5
now my question is which would be better for someone in my position?
Should I stick with the Adobe collection because of the versatility of it's collection, or get the CorelDraw fonts because of the vast immensity in the scale of what it offers? Which of the two would offer me a better ground as far as building up my skills, and collection from?
Hey all, what face is this? It’s kinda sexy!
Thanks - Matt
I'm looking for a good extended serif typeface to be used on a wine label. Here is an example of what I'm looking for: http://streetbush.com/ExampleofExtendedSerif.jpg
It DOESN'T have to be exact:
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It comes in 10 weights of light, regular, medium, semibold and bold, each with italics.
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