Post # 1
I have been planning on using the free font Alex Script for my invitations. One snag – the “W” looks just like an “N” and it makes my fiance’s name look misspelled. Please help me decide if it’s that bad…
Here is the regular font AS IS-
Here is the font with a few tweaks (I added an ‘ and rotated it to fit). Does it look out of place?
What do you think that I should do? Any recommendations for similar fonts?
Post # 3
- Wedding: August 2012 - Historic Lougheed House
I think the way you fixed it looks fine!! Good work.
Post # 4
My SO is Matthew too! LOL
I would try to use another script just for the “w” to match the rest of the letters? But what you have done looks good enough to be a W…
Post # 5
I like the way you fixed it, it deffinately looked ike an “n” before!
Post # 6
Ha ha, I totally see what you mean. The first one I read as Matthen, the second one looks like Matthew. Good job fixing it, no need to fix it any more though.
Post # 7
Your fix looks much better! The orginal one I read as Matthen.
Post # 8
Your fix looks much better, but you might see what it looks like with the little fixed area scaled down a bit. Right now the widest part of it looks wider than the widest part of any other letter. Let me know if this doesn’t make sense.
Post # 9
@EffieTrinket: Yes, I know what you are saying… Do you think this looks better?
Post # 11
Make sure you can print a version of it before mass producing to be sure it prints nicely and looks like it does on the computer screen! Sometimes the printed version looks sightly different…don’t want to have a floating apostrophe instead of a nice W. I really like the way you fixed it by the way, good job!
Post # 12
Your revised does look much better, I agree that before it looked like an “n.”