Questions are answered in a new book on how to create type
How are typefaces designed? What is the process? Which characters are essential? What is the difference between roman, italic and cursive? What is OpenType?” Too many questions demand answers and three people are more than welcome to answer them in every detail needed in their latest book.
Cristóbal Henestrosa, Laura Meseguer and José Scaglione answer these and many more questions in a straightforward and direct way in the pages of How to create typefaces, this publication “aimed at new and novice type designers as well as those trained in the field, unravels the fascinating task of creating a font, from sketch to screen”. From the motives to the process “How to create typefaces. From sketch to screen” is filled with 123 illustrations and will guide you through the basics and much more.
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