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What font is this tattoo?


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DannyGlass

I really like this font that Victoria Beckham has tattooed on her wrist, id really like to find out what the font name is because im really interested in using for a tattoo of my own, so can anyone help me find out what the font is called please.

-DannyGlass

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TheTerminator

an image would help

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DannyGlass

Oopps i copyed the link but forgot to post it, sorry.

victoriab4.jpg

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t.gordon

the closest i have found is: Autograph Script EF-Regular Extras

tho i am still looking so.

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t.gordon

i have got the exact one, trial and error in word.

it is: Embassy BT

which i will also attach so you can download it. also it would usually cost $24.

t.gordon

ps sorry bout the double post

font removed. this would qualify as warez...

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saxondale.

^i dont think you can do that

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t.gordon

why? i took it off my hard drive. it came off corel draw 8, it probably works out cheaper now to buy corel draw 8 than the font itself.

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downhillmatt2002

thats warez. against the rules, tut tut tut :|

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BroChaos

font removed...

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Lare2

Thanks for the link (Y)

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odious_m

^Sure thing. A corny looking site, but useful, nevertheless....

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odious_m
That font you said it is, isnt the exact one, look at the difference...

A designer (or tatoo artist in this case) may modify certain font characteristics to adapt the letterforms to better suit his/her particular layout.

Or in this case, the artist may not be skilled enough to reproduce the letterforms exactly.

Or Mrs Beckham may have supplied the art herself.

In other words, fonts are malleable.

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sanctified

It's exmouth, a freeware font.

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odious_m
,Jul 2 2005, 08:04]It's exmouth, a freeware font.

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...or a Font House, "Foundry" or other font supplier can modify a classic font ever-so-slightly to get around copyright restrictions.

edit: added image....

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Edited by odious malefactor
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