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Discussion in 'Dark Tranquillity' started by Traveler In Time, Apr 20, 2006.
I found it using "industria" as my query string.
Really? Hm, well, I downloaded it years ago, and all of the fonts I found called "industria" were the wrong one. Mind you, I was looking for a free one, so that's probably why.
maybe you are getting confused with "industrial"
Nope, it's the second one on this page:
Oh, I didn't know.. well ok, then it's better searching for "industria solid".
I meant the font they used from Skydancer to The mind's i:
I think that was a hand-drawn logo.. all the letters look different, and it's not only a matter of distortion..
It could probably be reproduced. I'd create the font but I'm really past my weekly share of free time.
i'd say it's a font that was then distorted with the something like a fisheye filter. that's why there are small discrepancies between letters of the same type.
I'd have to agree. Look at the Ls, the curves are much different.
I think it could be either hand-drawn or a distorted font, which in addition to the Wide-Lens effect, would have a kind of ondulation effect.
I think I was wrong. It's just the same character for band Cathedral's logo!
We made that logo on Anders Fridén's dad's computer back in the day, and it's a shareware font (no idea what it's called though) with some filtering.
Interesting! Thanks for that information, Caotico!
I, fortunately, was able to locate the font (sample), it is called Manegrim.
And the effect was probably just Word's funny text editor thingie...
oh, right - WordArt.
It has the option to put it in a 'bubble' form, or at different slants and the like.
Yes, it was just the text editor's (Word Perfect, not Word) native "effects". We were totally amazed that it was even possible to play around with the letters like that.
Ah, Word Perfect. The memories.
And yeah, I spent about a week playing with that when I first found it too.
Hehehehe, cool now we know
I had always imagined the 16-year-old band members sitting around in math class, drawing logos on lined paper while the teacher glared at them.