I’ve always loved fonts that include detail inside each character. It isn’t a font you are going to use for long blocks of text, but it can work great for a headline or a logo in the right situations. Today’s font, Woodcut, has details inside each letter and gives an old-fashioned wild west feeling. I could definitely see this being great on a poster for something western themed.
Fonts Unleashed Pack 7 Just Released
We spent so much time building our new Web sites that we haven't released a new font pack in quite some time. A new pack, Fonts Unleashed Pack 7, is now available. The graphic below shows a sample of each font family included in the pack and...
Where do you download these to so CORELDRAW can automatically find them. Or do you have to create a NEW font file somewhere within CORELDRAW?
Art, first and foremost you need to understand that CorelDRAW is Windows software. It sees the fonts that are installed in Windows. So if you want CorelDRAW to have access to a font, you have to install it. The process of font management is described in a free tutorial at http://www.unleash.com/articles/fonts/fontmanage.html . It is also a subject covered in even more detail in Lesson 4 of CorelDRAW X5 Unleashed Advanced Topics (http://www.unleash.com/MediaSales/webApp/CorelDRAW_X5_Unleashed_Advanced_Topics__Lesson_4___Fonts__Font_Management_and_Typography-details.aspx). The files you are downloading from Graphics Unleashed Media Marketplace are zip files. Zip files are NOT fonts. Inside of the zip file are the actual font files.