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Joshua Belyeu

"Roswell" Opening Credits Font?

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Joshua Belyeu

I know for a fact this is NOT the fan-made Roswell font, because that was patterned after these credits. On the real one, the characters are slimmer and taller in some places. I've tried to find this for a long time, with no results as of yet. If anyone can help with this, I'd appreciate it. Thanks!

Roswell_credits_preview.jpg

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Greg Yerbury

I wonder if it was made bespoke for the show.

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George Thomas

My BFF, Google, provided me with this information:

Titles for the TV show which used the style you show above were done by yU+Co.
I suggest that if you contact them they may have records going back that far which
might reveal the information you seek. Their contact info is:

yU+Co
941 N. Mansfield Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90038 USA
1-323-606-5050
info@yuco.com

Good luck!

 

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Greg Yerbury

Neon Type picks up the feel of this font.  

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Joshua Belyeu
12 hours ago, Greg Yerbury said:

Neon Type picks up the feel of this font.  

It doesn't look anything like it, apart from the basic principle of gaps in some of the letters. They're not even in the same place, and the basic design doesn't even match.

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Joshua Belyeu
On 1/27/2019 at 6:31 PM, George Thomas said:

My BFF, Google, provided me with this information:

Titles for the TV show which used the style you show above were done by yU+Co.
I suggest that if you contact them they may have records going back that far which
might reveal the information you seek. Their contact info is:

yU+Co
941 N. Mansfield Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90038 USA
1-323-606-5050
info@yuco.com

Good luck!

 

I called them a few minutes ago, and they said they'd email me with any relevant info. They also said that if it turns out the credits were done in-house, then they wouldn't be able to share any details.

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Greg Yerbury

That is why I used the word feel. I couldn't find anything else that was remotely similar but as the neon Lights pack  suggests using photoshop effects which I guess could possibly  replicate the 'blur' & shine.

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