That's a fine collection of fonts you have there, I'm going to declare you our local font expert. You don't get paid for it though, sorry.Deborah J wrote: ↑Thu Jul 11, 2019 3:30 pmIt's called Formula One. I have the Hartnell font, the Pertwee font, the late Pertwee early Tom font, the main Tom font, the late Tom/Davison/Colin font, the McCoy font... I think that's all the who ones I have, plus the one for the dvd titles of course. Got to get those fonts in. I needed Jodie's font for a project earlier this year, but it's not one you can get for free, I had to type what I wanted into the sample thing, screenshot it, and then use that, with some colours and textures added.
Seeing as this thread has been totally destroyed by first creating a band and then turning it into a band artwork thread I've decided to go the full monty and make a properly scaled CD back cover, featuring those thin side bits you fold over. So if you wanted to print it off and have your very own CD of 'Abzorbaloff' you now can. I'm gonna assume Deborah's cover already scales for the front of a CD, she's clever like that.
I also made an optional inside graphic for the back cover, this is what you see behind the CD itself, I thought it might look more pro than a blank white square. Naturally you'd just print it on the other side of the tracklist, though considering there'd be no actual CD inside I dunno why you'd open the case and see this, but who cares.