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February 22, 2009 12:03 AM   Subscribe

FontFilter: I'm looking for a font similar to this one, except with non-loopy and straight horizontal strokes. I'd like it to look handwritten, and to be free to download.

I am really only interested in the uppercase letters. In the font linked above, I like the overlap on the horizontal strokes on the letters A and H and the wide stance of the letters.
posted by clearly to Computers & Internet (10 answers total) 4 users marked this as a favorite
if nobody ends up finding what you want, you should try this site. I did it, and it was very easy and kind of embarrassing to see how terrible my writing is even when I'm being extra careful.
posted by Acari at 12:19 AM on February 22, 2009

Check out this site's handwritten fonts. There are 163.
posted by gudrun at 12:32 AM on February 22, 2009

Have a look through Blambot, one of the Dialogue fonts might be what you're after (some are free for non-profit uses; the rest are only $20-30).
posted by malevolent at 1:24 AM on February 22, 2009

I'd also look at -- I'd browse the "Script" category, but Flux Architect is filed under "Fancy - Various" so you might look there, too.
posted by robcorr at 2:51 AM on February 22, 2009

tons of fonts at -- that's often where I go when I want to find old fonts from the 90s I can't find in my backups.
posted by snuffleupagus at 7:15 AM on February 22, 2009

Try out the Stylus BT font. Its what we use for drafting text. Its pretty similar to the one you linked.
posted by DJWeezy at 7:29 AM on February 22, 2009

This woman creates fonts out of people's handwriting. If you look around, you may find one that fits your needs.
posted by echo0720 at 9:37 AM on February 22, 2009

Toms Handwritten is a similar font.
posted by Houstonian at 11:22 AM on February 22, 2009

The strokes lack that drafting pen look of pooling ink, but Bradley Hand in bold caps gives the kind of overlap you're looking for with similar structures and is a pretty standard system font.
posted by ashabanapal at 12:50 PM on February 22, 2009

Your link is a bit off houstonian

here is the corrected link for Toms Handwritten
posted by FusiveResonance at 1:53 PM on February 22, 2009

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