I have a music work, which is hand written. The composer is not able to replicate this, so I'm stuck with what I have. I cleaned up the graphics (thanks to you people), but now I'm stuck with another issue.
check the following two images. The first is the instructions and the second the first page of the score.www.nikolas-sideris.com/EMF/strofes1.jpg
My problem is that the instructions (as is obvious) are written in Greek and I need to translate it in English. I've done so and everything is fine, but I can't replicate the font that this guy is using (because it's hand written and not a font).
So, my question:
I can either use some Palatino font and get it over with, but I don't particularly like that (considering the score will be hand written), or
I can find a way to extract the letters from the score and use them to create my own font (too time consuming), or
I can find another font to use and copy the current instructions text, and the new into new formating.
So which one, how and why and YIKES!
I found these: http://www.fonts.gr/en/fonts/designer/Fotinos+Vlassis/Painter+CF/Painter%20CF%20Bold
(but they are only Greek I think), and I don't really like them. Too apart from the original.
So do you have any ideas, please?