Hello Looney Tuner, i actually downloaded a few of your font posts plus a few others as well and i tested them on MS Paint and they were absolutely fabulous.
The Warner Bros font is my absolute favorite!, it pulls me straight into reminders of the best of the 1992 Batman cartoon drawing style (one of the best was in Mask of The Phantasm which was animated tag teamed beautifully with Spectrum Animation and Dong Yang), the fact that most of the artist guys who worked on Termite Terrace on the Looney Tunes/Merrie Melodies line of cartoons (with even main style series ala Mickey and Donald and Herman and Katnip such as Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck in their own starring material) were extremely handsome (especially Ken Harris and even the producer Leon Schlesinger, you know the kind of handsome Greek/Roman/Italian suave guys that not only looked handsome but also everywhere, including dressing, had lots of class and style) and cultured, also bringing into mind the true, healthy, fit, distinct even in looks and defiantly voice, clean and extremely even friendly stars (and TRUE and REAL and even regular stars/celebrities and personalities in general in it's only form ever) of the day (like great ones like Clark Gable, Peter Lorre, Cary Grant, Clark Gable, Buster Keaton, the ever so cultured Englishman Boris Karloff, Belga Lugosi who is very notable as Dracula including the distinct voice, Jimmy Durante most famous for the Rankin-Bass version of Frosty the Snowman, The Marx Bros, The Three Stooges with Larry, Curly and Moe, heck, muscular Roger Ramjet hero type Kirk Douglas, Jerry Lewis, Art Carney, Jackie Gleason, Frankie Sinatra and lastly W.C Fields, defiantly not like today's "stars" which are exactly and actually hippie styled cavemen rid of all shame who are just there all about and to make ONLY money, except occasional gems like Alec Baldwin who is extremely talented even as a cartoon voice artist, Bill Murray who does a great Garfield, the funny and comical Robin Williams who does a fabulous Genie, George Clooney who does actually have a distinct enough voice, Keanu Reeves who looks handsome enough and looks great as Ted and Jim Carrey, come on Count Olaf, anyone ) and also lastly defiantly Art Deco (and then again, based on lots of research and summed into one and only for good even fashion styles in one, Art Deco and also it's predecessor Art Noveau and other styles such as the wonky 1950s Googie and all of it ever is actually and exactly in it's only form ever just permanently turns out to be just geometric perfect mathematical straight lines and rounded curves,)
I also tried the few others as well and they were great, also on the GAC posts there were also other fonts shown and suggested such as like the one used on DFE shorts, one used on 1950s shorts, and one that was used on the Arthur Davis cartoons from 1948-1949, even though GAC forums is closed down, why did they not save and keep and repost any posts .
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Not necessarily. Cursive-like fonts are often called "script" fonts. And the uniformity in both letter height and line thickness leads me to believe some form of template was used. The style almost matches "Classroom script," but not quite. The letter design doesn't vary much from the instructive forms seen in many classrooms. Note the precision matches in the "a"s and the "l"s.
I wasn't intending to suggest that title lettering was done without reference to existing fonts, only that it was usually drawn up and executed by hand by a lettering artist, rather than type-set or mechanically reproduced.
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