NitroFlare Pluralsight - Creating a Custom Typeface in Illustrator and FontForge

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    Pluralsight - Creating a Custom Typeface in Illustrator and FontForge
    Size: 148MB | Duration: 2h 04m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1024x576 15fps | Audio: AAC 44.1KHz 2ch
    Genre: eLearning | Level: Beginner | Language: English

    In this Illustrator and FontForge tutorial, we'll go through the steps of creating a custom typeface. We'll start by defining the need for our typeface and what we want it to look like. Then we'll then begin sketching out our glyphs in Photoshop. Once we're happy with our sketches, we'll begin the transition to vector by using Illustrator. We'll use the Pen tool to plot out the shapes of our glyphs and prepare them for a font editor. We'll then get the feel for how FontForge works by importing our vector glyphs and making adjustments. Once we are happy with the glyphs we create, we'll learn what we need to do in FontForge to export as an OpenType font. By the end of this Illustrator and FontForge training, you'll have an understanding of what it takes to make your own slab serif and brush script. Software required: Illustrator CC 2015, Photoshop CC 2015, FontForge.
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