I am looking for font/s that are similar to the
"Shadow" font that Stahl uses for their sports numbers....I have looked for hours through the free fonts sites and no luck
Can anyone help and spare me the frustration
Find a good college font, fill it white with a black outline. Copy and paste it off to the side and fill it solid black. Move the solid black (shadow) under the outlined number wherever you want. Group it and there you are. It won't have all of the lines at each angle, but its fast and cheap and easy!
So when you view the wireframe of your extruded number and only the vector lines show, does your number looks the same as what i have posted in the .pdf? as the numbers are for plotter/laser cutter not print.
The numbers you made are perfect! But the .pdf file link you have only gives us the #3 cause the rest of them are cut off - Could you repost it with all the numbers included. That'd be great!
If you are in Corel and are using the "publish to .pdf" - make sure you have all the numbers selected then click on the publish to .pdf and in the pop up window in the lower right click on "settings" and change it to save the "Selection" area. Usually this is set to default on publishing only the page area which results in a cutoff image as yours was in the previous .pdf.
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