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Hybrid letters: Creating a Font for Apps and Games with Glyphs
Hybrid letters: Creating a Font for Apps and Games with Glyphs

John Roshell demonstrates how to take rules developed for the appearance of straight and curved stroke letterforms, and apply them to letters made up of a combination of the two. He explains how the uppercase R can be used to define or reference all the shapes of a letterform.

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Skill Level Intermediate
1h 58m
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Design Typography Glyphs App

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