Hand-Drawn Typography: Create Your Own Font

Kyle Steed, Professional Doodler

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4 Lessons (33m)
    • 1. Trailer

      1:21
    • 2. Practice Makes Progress

      7:59
    • 3. Sketch it Out

      10:30
    • 4. Viva la Vector

      12:50
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67 of 101 students recommend this class
It's really a Great time!
useful for beginners
Very helpful for someone who just started hand drawn lettering like me.
Good for designers who want to see and hear exactly what goes through the mind of a hand-letterer. Some basic graphic design knowledge is probably helpful (I can imagine someone watching and getting stuck at image trace) but he also breaks down each step well. A little Googling can fill in any gaps you might have. Kyle is down to earth. It almost feels like a conversation, but he can't hear you when you talk back, so stop shouting. Keepin' it real instead of acting like hand drawn type is some mysterious talent you can only master if you were born with "it."