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How To Create Fonts on the iPad

teacher avatar Isa, PrintStick

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Topics include illustration, design, photography, and more

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Lessons in This Class

17 Lessons (43m)
    • 1. ¬°Welcome! Class Intro

    • 2. Software

    • 3. Inspiration

    • 4. Installing Fonts

    • 5. The Tools

    • 6. Capitals

    • 7. Lowercase

    • 8. Numbers

    • 9. Punctuation

    • 10. Different Styles

    • 11. Kerning

    • 12. Install & Use Your Font

    • 13. Sharing the Font

    • 14. Tips & Tricks: An All Caps Font

    • 15. Tips & Tricks: A Font Family

    • 16. Tips & Tricks: Stacking Fonts

    • 17. Final Project

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About This Class


In this class you will learn how to design your very own fonts on the iPad.

We will go step by step to show you how you can create a basic font style replicating your own handwriting. I will also give you the basics on how to create more elaborate font designs. You will learn how to perfect each letter so it looks exactly how you want.

I will show you how you can easily create an all caps font, as well as to how to quickly turn your font into a font family, by adding a 'bold' and 'thin' style.

Lastly you will learn how to export and share or install your font, so you can start using it right away!

You will be able to download 4 fonts that I designed for the class so you can use them as guides or inspiration to create your own. These are available from the 'Resources' section (Open in Safari to download).

Besides your iPad you will need to have the apps 'iFont' (which is free) and iFont Maker installed. It is most comfortable to use the Apple Pencil but if you don't have one you can use any other stylus or even your finger.

Let's get started!


This class is also available in Spanish, check it out here 

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Hello! My name is Isa - I am a self taught graphic designer and for the past 5 years, I have turned my passion for creation into a full-time income. I love teaching and sharing the little tips and tricks I discover while using some amazing apps out there. I will teach you how you can create some of my best selling products!

If you'd like to get to know me better, check out my YouTube channel PrintStick (in English) & OrganISArte (in Spanish).

I will upload classes both in English & Spanish :)

¡Hola! Mi nombre es Isa. Me enseñé yo misma a ser diseñadora gráfica y durante los 5 últimos años me he dedicado a esto de tiempo completo. Me fascina enseñar a otros lo... See full profile

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1. ¬°Welcome! Class Intro: Hi, guys. Welcome in this class you will learn how to create your very own fund using your iPad. The very first thing in eighties, of course, your iPod. I recommend that you use a stylus. I highly recommend you the apple pencil. But if you don't have the pencil or any styles, that's OK. You can use your finger. I will show you the main tools of the app that we're gonna be using to build the fund. I will also show you how you can detail every letter to leave it. Exactly how you wanted will go step by step. I will go over which characters I advise you to create. You'll get to download forefront for pre. They can use this guides or samples when building refund. One of those has different style so you can see all the styles it can create using this app . Finally, I will show you how you can create a whole fund family by following some quick steps. So if this all sounds good, let's get started 2. Software: before we start, please download the app I found. This is the app that will allow us to install the funds that we create directly on the iPod . It's free and you can find it at the APP store. And you will also need the software to make the fund. And that one is called iPhone maker. This is what it looks like on the APP store. 3. Inspiration: In order for us to create our fund, we will use a different existing fund as a guide so we can start creating and aligning and placing or characters in the correct positions. Usually you would have already some funds and still on your iPad. And of course, you can use any of these is an example. However, if you'd like to try out new styles or there's a specific style that you're looking for, you can goto websites such US fund squirrel dot com. And these websites have tons and tons of different funds that you can download. And most of the time they come with a commercial license, which means that if you use one of these funds as a guide to create your own and then you want to sell your fund and make some money, then you're absolutely in your right to do so. And I need to stress we're not copying the sample fund at all. We're not trying to duplicate it. We're just using it as a visual guide on the right side. Here you have two different categories you can choose from. For example, here I tapped on Coming and the fund study chose me are a little fun, hon. Drone as if they came from a comic book. You have some other styles. For example. Now I tapped on marker on the funds that showed up r o as if they were written with a marker. You may also use this search bar to type in whatever you're looking for until you can find the perfect inspiration for your project. 4. Installing Fonts: no. Here in these blue arrows. This is where he tapped down the fund, and this particular one says download off site. And what that means is that this is gonna take me to a different website where I can usually pay to get the fund so you can do that if you want. But if not, just stick to the funds that just say download and you'll be able to download the funds directly from this website up here, right next to your navigation bar. There's Little Arrow pointing that word, and that bar will show you the files that you have recently downloaded. If I tap on that file, this loads my files app on the iPad. And as you can see here, these are all of those files that I have saved before. And, as you can see right here, I have the one that I just downloaded. If by any reason you cannot locate your funds or the file a Just God, you can simply check what's the name of the fund and then write it in the search bar up here. I'm going to top of my fund file, and it was too compressed because it came in a dots informant. And now I have a folder that I can open. And when I do so, then I see the files off the fund. You can really see much, but when I tap on one of these files, I can see a preview off the fund from this one. No, I can tap on the export or share icon on the top right corner, which is the box with the arrow pointing up. And this is where you need to find the APP I fund so it can't see it taken where it says more on the three dots until you find a copy to I fund and top there. And now I find opens. And as you can see, it seems like nothing happened at all. But if I tap down here where it says files and here it will be shown all of the funds that are ready to be installed. So all of the fund files that I put into this AB, but I have not yet installed. There's a blue install button right next to the funds that have not yet been installed. I'm going to scroll and find the fund that I just got. So I will tap in this blue button that says Install, tap on, allow close. And now, as you can see, some instructions came up and it's quite simple. It's literally telling me the steps that I need to take, which is to go to my settings app and find a new profile to finish installing. I'll show you how to do this in the settings app in a second. For now, I can tap on done and close this gap. Now open my eye but settings. Then tap a word, says General and find words his profile Stop there on up here is where I have the fund that I haven't finished installing. So I tapped their press in the top right corner button here where it says, install. It's gonna front me to enter my password or I type it in and I have to press again on install and do it one more time, and the fund is ready, said happened Done. I know the fund is ready to use in the iPod 5. The Tools: open the AB iPhone maker. This is your library, and as you can see, I have a ton of documents that have been working on. You probably won't have any files here, but we're going to create a new one. So top on the top left corner. Word says New, and this will create a brand new blank document. So at the top here you have a ton of little characters, letters, numbers, symbols that we need to draw in in order to build our fund. If I tap on each of these characters, as you can see, each letter opens. This is divided by sections. As you can see, we start with the section that says Latin Alphabet, followed by Latin Accent, followed by Latin Extension one Latin Extension two and so on. So you have hundreds and hundreds of characters here, and we don't necessarily need to create all of them. I will tell you in a little bit which characters I recommend that you do create, especially like you fund to work in other languages, like Spanish, French, German. You will need different characters for this, and after that we have our workspace, so as you can see here have this big, great letter. And actually, this is the guide that I have. So I Congar, I'd my lines, my strokes when I'm building or drawing my fund. This helps me to keep my letters uniform and well located, said the fund looks uniform again at the bottom here. This black line is actually the tool that is currently selected, and this is actually a brush that allows me to draw in my letters. In this work area, you can zoom in by pinching out with your fingers on the screen, and you can also pinch in with your fingers to some out. This is very helpful when you want to do a close up on the letter to adjust some details. You can also drag two fingers on the screen to move around the work area now going back to this black line, which is in fact, my brush. If I top there, Emanuel open, showing me all of the brush options. As you can see, I have some different ones. I have some stamps at the bottom here, and these are the tools or brushes that will allow me to give my letters a specific style. I will show you how this works using my apple pencil. But know that you can also use your finger. It works as well. I prefer to use my apple pencil. It feels more natural. Feel free to explore the brush library. Just test them out. I'm just tapping on the different styles and making a line to see what they look like. As you can see, the brushes have different finishing some start thinking and thin. Some change the way that set to run this bar or slider in the middle at the bottom hair will allow me to control the thickness of my stroke. As you can see, a move this lighter to the left on the stroke became a lot thinner. And if I drag this to the right, then the stroke will be a lot thicker. If I want to go back and undo anything I did. I have my undo button, which is this arrow pointing to the left at the bottom. Here on the arrow. Going to the right is going to move steps forward. I'm going to get rid of all of these lines. I was just testing it out. I don't need them anymore. So I'm going to tap on the sisters I couldn't hear on where it says, Clear the last button. These will raise everything that I have in this letter. Now is the time where you decide which type or which style off fund you want to create. If this is the first fund I highly recommend, they just use your own handwriting. So the more too much about how the style looks. However, I do recommend that you look for a fund that looks a little bit more like your own style because, as I mentioned before, we will be using this as a guide. So whether it's just the size or the shape, the way that the A's are made etcetera, you can choose a fund that works best with your own style. And this is where we would be using the fund that we downloaded uninstalled in the previous lesson. You would be able to select that fund over here to start drawing. We need to choose a combination of a type of brush and a size, or with so what I advise you to do is to picket, brush, pick a size and then drawing Assemble. Maybe a couple. Maybe drawing three letters of the alphabet. For example, The letter A. This seems to me a little too thick. So I'm going to move this lighter to the left to get to around 100%. This looks better. And I think this is a brush size combination that will work well for me. Now. I highly recommend that you write down somewhere The following three things. The brush that you re using. In this case, I'm using the first brush so you would write down brush one. The second thing you write down is the thickness of the stroke. In this case, I'm using 102%. And the third thing you're going to write down is which fund? Your easing US inspiration. If I tap on this tea and my found money opens, as you can see, it doesn't tell me anywhere which fund is currently selected. So if by any reason I tap on the different fund or let's say I close and reopen my app, it's going to be impossible to recognize the fund unless I knew the name of it. In this case, I do know the name of the fund. I'm using the Cuevas Fund so I can just look for it and top on it again. But this is why I recommend you have it somewhere as reference. 6. Capitals: so if you're ready to start, let's go. You may start drawing in your strokes to start creating your letters, This arrow at the bottom here. If I press there, it'll turn my letter into a skeleton. As you can see, the strokes are now transparent, so it allows me to see the guide letter that is behind. And if I present one stroke, as you can see, these points and lines appear, and these are the tools that will allow me to adjust and detailed the stroke. For example. These line was a little too long, too low. I want to bring it up a little bit. And with my brush toe, I'm not able to do that because I can only draw more strokes with my brush. So L present my arrow. I click on the stroke that I want to adjust, and I bring up a base square so that my letter is on top of this yellow line on in the same way I can start adjusting, for example, the stroke. If I want to make it straighter now, I can also drag these little circles and pull these lines, which will allow me to make my stroke curved, poor straight to see what your letter is looking like. You compress in the brush again. When I'm happy with my first letter, I compress on the following character and repeat the process. Once again, I can bring back my points to start adjusting and straightening my lines, and I continue doing the same thing with the remaining letters of the alphabet. Remember that you can pinch in on the screen too soon, out a little bit and Seymour off the letter. You maybe need one of these points if it's not off used to you, and to do that, you just stop on that and then it'll turn to read and then you tap on this cross on, the point will disappear, and this will allow my line to be smoother, since there's not gonna be a point in between to break the line. If I change my mind and they want another point, what I can do is step on any existing point and then click on this line, and this will create another point, and having a new point allows me to change the shape of the line completely. If this is the first time that you're working with this type of software, this might be a little confusing, but the more you practice, the faster and easier it'll get. One tip I have for you if you tap on this Caesar's at the bottom here and these many pops and you have three options paste copy, all unclear. We already know that if I tap unclear than everything that I had on this letter is deleted , I'm just going to click on this arrow to step back and bring my letter back. I'm gonna tap on my sister's again. But this time I'm gonna click where it says a copy. Oh, and that means that all of the strokes that are forming this letter will be copied. I'm going to move on to my following letter the F and I'm gonna click on my sister's again and click um, paste. And that brought in my previous letter, which is the eat. But if I delete this bottom stroke, my E has turned into an F, and in this way you can save a lot of time by recycling strokes that you can use from one letter to another, for example, for my G I may be able to reuse the stroke off my C since it's a curved line. So I'm going to copy this. I go back to my G, I paste my C. Now, I just have to add these one stroke, one more tip. If I want to make my line perfectly straight. What I can do is I can get rid of my curves altogether. These little balls or handles that appear here are what allow me to curve my lines. In this case, I want my line to be perfectly straight, so I don't need my curves at all. So I'm gonna grab this handle and bring it in all the way to this dot or square and this will make the curve disappear. Now, when I do the same thing on the other side, my line will no longer have any curves. And it'll be perfectly straight when I have one stroke on Lee. Then the option to change size might come in handy. In this case, the J is a single stroke, so I can select it and make sure I have my arrow selected at the bottom here and now with these red squares, I will be able to drag them and change the size of the hole stroke. I can also tap on the stroke and drag ID to place it somewhere else. When you want to live just a stroke. I'm not the whole letter. Instead of clicking here onwards, it's clear you will top on your arrow. Then click on the stroke that you want to get rid off, and then these many will pop. You click on Delete. Having my arrow selected, I can click on a stroke on this circle online that shows up in the middle. If I drag that, I'm able to rotate my stroke to one side or the other, and that is how I can rotate my stroke. And in this case, I want to straighten up my, oh, a little bit. So I used that option with the fourth Aiken from the bottom bar here, the little arrow pointing everywhere. If I tap there, I will be able to tap and drag on my letter to reposition at the whole letter. So if I want to move just one stroke than I tap on my Cairo, I said, let the stroke and I drag it to where I wanted. But if I want to move the whole letter as a whole, then I click on this Ford icon and then I can drag it as a single piece. Remember that having the least amount of points in your line will make your line straighter and less curved. 7. Lowercase: once you're done, creating your capital letters than the following character will be the lower case. A. So now we're going to draw in all of the letters in Lower case letter. I, for example, is formed by a line on a dot quite simple. Now, to drawing the DOD, you can simply try to do it with your brush, but in my experience, it's never easy to make it perfectly. Even it ends up wonky and two big, which may also be a style that can work. But you might also go to your brush menu here and scroll down to define your stamps. And then you can choose the circle and just press too great a perfect circle. You can also resize it and make it a little bigger until it looks good. And I'm going to go back to recent like the brush that I was using, going to go back to my eye to copy this thought, and to do that, I tap on it. Taken copy, go to my J and Paste 8. Numbers: and after finishing all of your lower case letters, you get to the numbers in the same way. I just go ahead and draw each and one of them in. 9. Punctuation: Once you're done with your numbers, you will get to your symbols. I recommend that you drawing all the characters included in this first blogged that says Latin Alphabet. You have these exclamation sign reputations person page, etcetera, and you are the one who decides which characters you can draw in. For example, if you're going to use this part exclusively to drawing titles, you might not need all these symbols. But if you plan on, selling responded, All I do recommend that you add as many characters as you can, since this gives the fund more value. Now, regarding your second blogged that says Latin Accent, What I recommend is that you go through each character and you decide which ones you might use. For example, if you want to use this fund in Spanish and then the first character here, it's your opening exclamation sign, and this is super important for the Spanish language. You also have the opening question mark, which is also super important, and then you have all of the vowels with the different accents needed in different languages in Spanish. You do need all the vowels with this accent. This is the one used in Spanish. But then you will also find some other accents that are for other languages. For example, you have this C, which is used in French, so just go around. The look at each letter, for example, will get to the union, which is incredibly important in Spanish. It's part of the alphabet, so you'll need that as well. But it's located in the second block to make sure you go through every letter and character and see which ones you leave. 10. Different Styles: and I want to show you the different styles that you can use. This inspiration. I am going to open a brand new document to show you as an example. I actually created a fund exclusively for this example, and you can get that from the files and resource is section on. The point of this phone is that it shows you a whole bunch of different styles that you can use to create your fund, and what I'm gonna do now is show you how you can recreate each style, using the tools off this app. For example, this first letter. This is what we have been doing. It's quite simple. You literally just draw out of the letter with your brush. But I want to show you how you can imitate for calligraphy or just give the sense of having added more weight to a certain stroke by repeating as many strokes as you need in any part of the letter that you want to give the notion that these letter has more weight in certain strokes here, I can pretend that the stroke had more pressure on more ink. Here's another example where if I create a very thick stroke. It'll give the illusion that I used a stroke with a lot more pressure on this side, and with less pressure on the other side, you can create fun effects. For example, this sea is simply one letter C within another letter C You also have the option of copying in this first see and then pasting it, make it smaller and rearranging to have this effect. Another tool you have is that you can change the width of a stroke once that this has been drone. To do that, just select the stroke and then move this lighter until you find the with that you want. You may also create this blood style of letters, and for that you have to draw out the outline off the letter, including the little hole in here, just the lines. And if you want, you can also create a pot earn inside the letter. Here's another style Cold Saref, which shows thes little tails at the end of each stroke of the letter. For this example, I'm going to switch brushes. I'm gonna pick this one that will allow me to create perfectly straight lines, and that's why it's important to look around the brushes and try them all to see all of the results that you can produce. What I'm going to do here, it's recreate the block style that I did before. Then change the with to make it thinner, and then just go ahead and create all these lines inside and I can fit another line in here . You can be as creative as you wish, or as exact and accurate as you want. For example, for this one, I'm gonna go back to my super straight brush. I'm gonna duplicate this line and you said for the other side paced one more line. Shorten it, Use it here One more line rotated to create this part of the l Copy this one. You can pick the other pencil that we were using before just to fill in the gaps on In this way, you have created a perfectly straight block letter and I'll give you another example. These p So basically what I did here is to the outline of the letter like we saw before. And then I used this stems that I have available in my brush man here, and you can simply use this stems to add a decoration to one side of your letter, so feel free to download and install this fund and play around with all of the letters included, and check out the different styles that you can create. 11. Kerning: No, I've finished every letter, every character, every number in our alphabet. And the next thing we're gonna do is we're gonna make sure that all of the letters look tidy that they're spaced out correctly so that when we put them together to make words or phrases that the fund will look good, Click on this bar at the top here where it says preview and just write out any word, any set of letters, and this will show you a sample of what your fund is looking like. So you can write any word, any name, and this is how the front is working so far and we start seeing some issues. For example, I believe this s it's a little too far from the J when they're put together. So to fix that, we're gonna click here where it says Kernan. And then this page will open with a ton of different combinations. Put together letters that are commonly used together, for example, we have P with some vowels are your tea. So you get to see how the letters interact with one another. And this is where you get to put the letters closer together or farther apart, so the fund will look better. Overall, this lighter, the bottom words, such letter spacing. It's an automatic way of putting the letters closer together, every move this lighter to left or farther apart if you move this lighter to the right now , right here. The great out characters are the ones that I did not create when designing the funds, so that means that I don't have my dots. I don't have my comments drone in. So that means that the character does not exist for my fund. And if you bump into one of these characters are you definitely will need, you can simply go back to your character list and draw them in. If you click at the top here where it says select, you can explore the different lists with different words and manually go putting the letters closer or farther apart by just dragging them, using your pencil or finger now here and realising that my G looks a little deformed and it doesn't really even fit here. As you can see, a tale is cut off, so I need to go back and fix that. So click down here where it says done. Go back to find the letter G and I have to make this smaller so that it could fit. Click Begum where it says Kern ing, and I can make sure that my G is looking better. Just keep going through the list and make sure that the letters are working well with each other. Click on as many lists as you want and do the necessary adjustments. For example, here I'm realizing that with my J, I have some issues. It gets too close together with some letters on too far apart with some others. So I'm just gonna go on quickly. Arrange these here with the Q. I have some issues, a swell, and you can take a long in this process as you want. You might also click on this X to delete the text that currently have on right in any combination they want. And if you wanted, you could also add in the numbers here or combined numbers and letters, etcetera 12. Install & Use Your Font: great. So after finishing this process of adjusting your letters now you're ready to export this font and install it to use it on your iPod. Or you can also say that whatever you choose to do that, click on done. And out here we have these export icon, which is a little box with the arrow pointing up so top there and then here, where it says configure and built fund tap There. Now, for this step, you have to make sure that you're connected to the Internet. So I'm gonna turn my WiFi on here. You'll get the chance to enter a title for your funds. I'm gonna name this him blow, for example. And here you can also write down your name so that people know who is the author of this fund going to write Prince Stick now in your privacy options here public will mean that this fund is available to anyone that has the link and they will be able to download, install and use the funds and private means that only the people that you want, or only the people that will have a link and code, will be able to download and use the front if you're going to be selling this font, I highly recommend that you keep the fund private so that only whoever you choose can have access to it. And once you have said these options, click on where it says build online and this will take a couple of seconds, and when it's finished processing, you will get this menu so you can stop on. Word says. Open now, your browser will open, and it'll ask you for a password that is automatically entered and if by any reason it's not entered, ignore back to your iPhone tab and it'll show down here, which is the Web pin. Click on Enter and this is your fund. Here you'll see examples of what your fund looks like as text down here. You have a preview of all of the characters included in the front on the right side. Here, you have a menu that will allow you to download or install the funds. I will first click on install. I will click on allow, and then I get this notice like we did before, where it says that the profile has been downloaded. But now I have to go and install it directly on my settings. App the click on close And now I'm going to open my setting sap top on general profiles and here I'll find my phoned him blow my present work says Install and through my password, click on install again one more time. Quicken Done. And now you can go try out your found in an ab such as good notes. So I am going to add a text box to test it out, and this is how you have created your very own fund. 13. Sharing the Font: you'd like to download this font or share it by using one of the cloud services Such a straw box, Google drive or similar. You just have to click. Word says download up here. We can download one more time on the front, has been downloaded and saved to my files up on the iPod to confirm and that the fund has indeed being downloaded. You can click on the Arab on this icon next to my navigation bar at the top here. And as you can see, my phone file is showing. So now I'm gonna go open my files app. And as you can see, I have my font file here labeled him PLO. And if I tap there, the file will open and it will give me an overview off the front. And in this window, I'll have the icon toe export or share. Which is this one on the top. Right corner. The box with the arrow pointing up top there. Here I have the option to save to Dropbox. I can scroll to the left to find the ST dot Stop there. And here I can scroll down and this will show me my other abs and I can choose another one . Such a strive 14. Tips & Tricks: An All Caps Font: as an alternative, you can have your fund be exclusively in capital letters and to do this next time you're creating a fund. When you get to this section where the lower case letter start, what you're going to do is copy each of the capital letters and enter them on each of the spaces for the lower case letters. For example. Here, I'm gonna go to my capital. A click on the scissors to click on copy all go back to my lower case A and paste it. I am going to repeat this process with the rest of the letters. I think this way, when the user is writing either lower case or capital letters on the keyboard, the result with the fund will be the same. All the letters will be capitals. 15. Tips & Tricks: A Font Family: another trick that can help you form a family off funds or simply have different styles of the same fund. For example, to have a bold style, a thin style on the regular style. We're gonna make a copy of the original fund file that we just finished. So I'm gonna tap on hold on that file, and when these many pops, I'm going to select on where it says duplicate to make an exact copy of the same fund. Now I'm gonna tap on these new copy to open it and what I'm gonna do here, it's simply changed the weight or thickness of my strokes. And there's an automatic way to do this with all of the strokes of all of the letter. So I don't have to manually do each one individually, and I will also not have to drop each letter again. So to do that, go down to yours lighter here, the one that selects the weight of the stroke and move its to await around 120% and then tap on this icon with three lines. And first I'm gonna apply the way just to this one letter to see how it looks before I do it for the rest of the letter. So click a word says apply stroke way to current, lift the changes a minimum. So I think we can go a little thicker. So I'm gonna step back to start over, and I'm gonna move my slider even further around 100 and 50% and I'm gonna test it. Remember that to go back one step, you can click on this arrow pointing to the left. And if you apply the word to just the one live, you are able to step back and try it out as many times as you want, you are able to undo the change to the way, and in this case, I am happy with the result. I think that this weight will look good to turn my fund into the ball style. So I'm gonna tap on my three lines again. But this time I'm going to select the second option, the one that says apply stroke way to all cliffs on this will apply the lives to the remaining letters. When I do that, I'll get a notification telling me that this step cannot be undone. So I will no longer be able to click on my back arrow to undo what I did. It's asking me if I want to do that and I'm okay with this. I'm gonna click on, apply to old lives and just know that we still have that original fund file. In case that were not happy with the result, we can just go back and make another copy. Now the new weight has been applied to the rest of the letters. So what you're gonna do now it just click on each of the letters to make sure that there's no mistakes, that there's no strokes on top of each other. For example, these I Because the dot was a stamp and not made with the brush, then the weight was not applied to this part, and it's looking too small, so I can just stop on these dot and grow it a little bit by drugging these red thoughts and make it look better with the size of the I. In the same way, the J will have a small dot so I just go here and adjusted and I keep going and check that all of the strokes are separated enough, for example, Here, at my cue, this little line is too close together to the rest of the letter. So I'm just gonna move it down a little bit. I can also adjust this part of the S. And in this way you just keep going, checking all the letters to make sure that this version of the fund looks good. Now you can go and also have another copy of the fund that will be thinner. And in this way you have the third style, which is going to be thin. I'm gonna go back to my original fund, which is this one labeled him Blow. As you can see the copy that I had made already. And I turned into Bold says, Copy off him blow. You're not able to change the name of the file until you configure and build it online. So I'm not able to change the name of the fund right now. That's why it says copy of a temple. But also I can use this preview as a guide to see that this one is the big one. The bold style. This is the regular one. So make a copy of the original him to file, and this will be our in version. So once again, we're gonna pick a size thes time. I'm gonna go for around 60% and click on apply stroke way to Kurt Lift. I think this is looking good, but maybe it could be even thinner. So I'm gonna move my slider to a 50% and it's try it out, and I think it works. So now I can confidently add these weights to the rest of the letters. I'm gonna click that It's OK then. Now I have 1/3 version of this fund with a lighter weight. Now again, go ahead and check all of your letters to make sure that they're doing okay. If I'm happy with the result, I can go ahead and export and build this fund online and repeat the process to install it on my iPad. And now you will be able to relabel this fund. And when I'm done, this is the result. I have the frontier with the correct name. So I'm gonna go and do the same thing with my bald versions. I'm gonna configure online and change the name to a Templo thick and choose private. Make sure the author is written in unclipped unbilled online. And I'm gonna carry on the same installation process as we did before. And now I have three different styles of the same fund that I can use in any abs that allowed me to use installed funds. 16. Tips & Tricks: Stacking Fonts: Once you have your fun family ready, you can do fun things. Such a stacking the funds together to give them a different style. In this case, I can add a shadow effect or stuck the thin fund on top of the bold one. Teoh, create a text with two colors. 17. Final Project: So that's the end of this class. I'm so glad you made it all the way here and I can't wait to see what you created for the project. I'm gonna ask you to screenshot just a piece of tax a few phrases using the fund or funds that you have created. So just write a couple of sentences, you seeing good notes or procreate or any other app that allows you to use your fund. Take a screenshot enough loaded to the project gallery. If you use your front in other projects that you would like me to see, please tack Kristic shop on Instagram. And I would love to see that Hope you had fun and that you create a bunch of funds see in the next last