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My second submission to the contest. This is what [link] was originally intended to be.

The font used is called "a song for jennifer"

I know, I used the word font when what I meant was really typeface but nowadays they are interchangeable.

Hope you like it.
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oOstormysoulOo Featured By Owner May 2, 2012
Augh! But I love Helvetica! QnQ
But I agree that it is also good to use other things too.....
(it's called typeface now?????)
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HugoLynch Featured By Owner May 2, 2012  Hobbyist
Yeah, I agree that Helvetica has its uses and is one of the most visible and readable typefaces out there but when it comes to design I prefer to use alternatives.

A typeface is the entire family of fonts while a font is a specific size and shape of letters. For example, '12-point Helvetica bold' is a font while '18-point Helvetica italic' is another. Together, the entire set of Helvetica fonts makes up the typeface. Basically, a typeface is a group of various linked fonts. Nowadays, however, both terms are more or less interchangeable (not so much in the professional sphere) and so I opted for "font" rather than "typeface" as it is more common. Hope that helps.
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oOstormysoulOo Featured By Owner May 7, 2012
Thanks for explaining that! I don't really know much about those sort of terms and word usages, and it doesn't help that everything I do know is over a decade behind the times. ^^"
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