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Ming Imperial Font

Ming Imperial Font handwriting poster
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About Ming Imperial Font

Ming Imperial is a decorative font that was created by Juan Casco in . It was added to FontSpace on

Ming Imperial is licensed as Freeware, commercial use requires donation, which means it is free for personal use only. If you want to use it commercially, you will have to purchase a license or contact Juan Casco

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Note from Designer

THIS FONT IS JUST FREE FOR PERSONAL USE, commercial use requires donations
Contact me for commercial use at : metanorocker14@hotmail.com

Esta fuente es para uso personal y no comercial,
uso comercial requiere autorización y pago de cuota
Soy de Ecuador, sé hablar español
el uso indebido y no autorizado será penado por la ley de Derecho de Autor

I must confess that the Ming Imperial design, I worked with actual Chinese characters and glyphs, namely the imminent ambiguity that can occur when you write something with the imperial Ming Font, and you show a Latin text that appears in Chinese, but still I do not know for sure at what level might mean something in Chinese "by accident"
I would say 75% min imperial contains Chinese characters or glyphs.
Now I must be clear that if you want to get a tattoo with the Font, I can not make me responsible for what you get tattoo to mean something more, this warning is for tattoo artists and customers.

I had not thought so since I received an email with this question. So anyway, I apologize.

Why is not the same one used in web, printing on fabric or paper ... that tattoo anything on the skin.
Since a tattoo is forever, and we must be very careful.
So if you think anyway make a tattoo with the Imperial Ming font, ask someone to speak and write in Chinese to avoid ambiguity.

I have that Chinese culture is very vast and very interesting.

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Ming Imperial (Version 1.00 ,©) Ming Imperial.TTFView Font Info 175 glyphs — View All


  • fontsarethebest77 avatar
  • DarkoJuan avatar
    yes, you´re right, i will correct this mistake
  • fontsarethebest77 avatar
    3 is the mirrored version of e
  • PastazaType avatar
    @fontsarethebest77 , yeah thats its true, but for me , this isnt a mistake
  • aaahRATZZ avatar
    tight its like hidden English my sister thought it was full on Chinese:) good job
  • DarkoJuan avatar
    @aaahRATZZ Thank you, so much.
  • ross2211 avatar
    whoaaaa... nice lor!!
  • Anonymous70s avatar
    ....and my Chinese wife could not understand it either, that it is my name!
  • imtotallycrazy avatar
    my bro didn't even have a clue!!! you ROCK!!! 😄
  • imtotallycrazy avatar
    @fontsarethebest77 i think it just confuses whoever read it for the first time, making it MORE interesting
  • Shu avatar
    it's awesome!
  • nathanso11 avatar
    I hope you realize its not real chinese its like wingdings random symbols assigned to letters of the alphabet if this disappointed any of you
  • Sukhnit101 avatar
    I thought in was Chinese until I looked closely
  • carljune avatar
    well, even though I am a chinese ,I could not understand how the author created it . Some character shape aim't looks a latin word, but anyway ,this might be a good encrypt code for spy mission....
  • Abarai avatar
    2 & Z ????
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