About Ming Imperial Font
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
If you like this font, please send some love to Juan Casco and Donate
If you need to contact the designer, you can Email Juan Casco
Note from Designer
THIS FONT IS JUST FREE FOR PERSONAL USE, commercial use requires donations
Contact me for commercial use at : email@example.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.