Fonts So we have to collect stamp on print. We scanned the sheet, which was affixed seal, or have a scanned image by e-mail, imported into CorelDraw and now we need to create precise vector copy. A reprint of the alignment so that the press was right (bottom of the press can be an asterisk, the name of the city: Moscow, Saratov, etc.), and the name of the firm has a strictly horizontal. A reprint can be locked so that it not shifted with further manipulation – because the copy will be recruited onto the bitmap image. After that, everything is easy: draw the required number of circles, put up the correct outline, typed the entire text, present in the press and put up along the curve.
And here we encounter a major problem maker-stamp – type of vector text, typed by us, is totally different from the original. Long and tedious Flipped the editor of fonts installed on your system, shows that there is no such font. What should I do? And this is the main problem of the restoration print reprint – to find the desired fonts. And well, if you have time and order issued on the following day, and if you have a maximum of 20-30 minutes? But forty minutes later comes a client who you have promised to urgently make a seal in one hour! By default, Windows is installed somewhere to hundreds of fonts (Depending on the version), and only half of them normally Russified. True, two of them are quite often used in seals, I mean, Arial and Times New Roman, but expect that all printing will be recruited by these fonts are not necessary. And given that designers often use the contraction and expansion of fonts, especially in the title of the press, fat and italic writing, the same Times New Roman in bold italic writing and the maximum narrowed to fit in a circle, you just do not know. A font that you identified with joy as Arial, is absolutely wrong and is built along the circle does not coincide mezhbukvennomu distance (kerning and tracking) the characters seem to be narrower than should be, especially the figures and letter kvoobsche some defective! The fact that this is not Arial, and Pragmatica, perhaps, the most popular and frequently used font manufacturers seals.