Knock your Block Out!

I was trying to create a Billing Block a few months ago and it was quite tricky to find the right font. Let alone a free font that was available.  Just about every movie trailer has one of these strange looking blocks of text and why shouldn’t everyone! So in classic Video Copilot fashion, we have created a Free Font called “Credit Block” and a template just for you!

The perfect addition to your fake trailer!

Download Font & Photoshop Template

Installation: Put the font thingie in your font folder thingie.

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6 years ago
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