iPad art: Quick & Easy Fonts - Make hand drawn type on the iPad | Nic Squirrell | Skillshare

iPad art: Quick & Easy Fonts - Make hand drawn type on the iPad

Nic Squirrell, Artist and illustrator

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6 Videos (20m)
    • Introduction

      0:32
    • A quick look around

      5:45
    • Drawing the Characters

      5:28
    • Kerning

      4:54
    • Exporting and using the font

      2:38
    • Final thoughts

      0:45

About This Class

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If you'd like to make a simple hand written font on your iPad to use in your apps and desktop programs, join me and I will show you how.  It's quick and easy, and a lot of fun. 

You won't need expensive complicated software, just a single low cost iPad app.

I will walk you through the process, and once you get the hang of it, the possibilities are endless!

This class is suitable for beginners and no prior knowledge is needed.

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Links:

iFontMaker app in the App Store

iFontMaker FAQs for further technical information

My website

My other classes

Music: Vox Vs. Uke by unreal_dm (c) copyright 2011 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/unreal_dm/33707 Ft: Mind Map That!

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Nic Squirrell

Artist and illustrator

 

I am an artist and illustrator living in Kent, England.

I studied Creative Visual Art & 3D Design at the University of Greenwich and loved every minute of it.

My illustrations are on many products from prints to suitcases and everything in between.

I loves drawing on my iPad as well as using traditional media, particularly watercolour.

If anything stays still long enough, I will draw on it.

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