Chinese looking fonts

Neon lights, fruit baskets, smiling people, or whatever. This is option two: Please see my edit. I saw some that could have been put to some use if edited. By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie Policy , Privacy Policy , and our Terms of Service.

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Give that a try. You could make it the text red, and shift the background to a brighter blue, to evoke the ROC flag.

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I wouldn't have thought there are any copyright issues to such a design but maybe someone who's an expert in these matters might put me straight! When I think of oriental writing, I think of calligraphy. Sign up using Email and Password.

Can you give me some examples? Sure, you can put any random Chinese elements in your design:.

Neon lights, fruit baskets, smiling people, or whatever. My audience fots foreigners asking questions about Taiwan among themselves and people from Taiwan who want to discuss with them in a forum. A better alternative is to look at Chinese urban environments and culture and take note of recurring sights and design elements.

Please see my edit.

A generic "I want a Chinese look" isn't going to make your design better. You can use a Chinese-style font edit: My idea is maybe not 'more Chinese' in the traditional sense, but certainly in a modern sense.

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This is option two: Scott Brown 1, 1 7 So, I would suggest a more calligriffic I just made that word up! You can use those in your logo which doesn't need to be fully textualto invoke the reaction you're seeking. I went trough them and none of them look very professional I think I just settle with Museo. Johannes Thanks for the tip! I saw some that could have been put to some chinwse if edited. Would red alone be better - does that denote Chinese in the more general rather than national sense?

I thought about that but I remembered that I'm anti-nationalist anyways, some links are red.

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So, vary line thickness within letters. Questions Tags Users Badges Unanswered. I guess its kind of subjective then. Your userbase will most likely recognise it immediately which is a help.

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Sure, you can put any random Chinese elements in your design: The one thing that immediately springs to mind when thinking about Taiwan is Taipeiformerly the world's tallest building. How can I make this text slightly more 'Chinese-looking'?

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