This is my first project I've done using scripts, and more than anything sketched out-script. The idea came form the russian script system.
The way they were sketched out they don't spell anything, for now, was just some of the characters I will be using.
over 2 years ago
Great start. Love the A.
Thanks Bill! — My professor gave a hand out of some awesome scripts and decided to use them. So I'll see if I get involved and make my next font a script font. :)
which pen is that?
Nice work man.
@Jon, thanks manz, appreciate it then ove :)
@Blanche thanks! I think I'm going to embrace scrpt type, I've always tried to stay away but I think I'm liking it more and more!
@Fran I'm glad brotha ;)
Looks real good man.
@Joe Thanks a lot, means a lot coming from you! I love your work ;)
@Scott thanks man! Long time no talk! You need to update your shots my man!
@Ryan wow dude, nothing compared to your work, love it!!! Not sure why I wasn't following you yet! — thanks btw.
Just like Tuhin Kumar asked here above, I'm really curious which pen you have there. Seriously man, I want one of this too.
@Gert van Duinen @Tuhin Kumar // Is a mechanical .3 pencil
Called: Graphgear 1000 — Pentel (model: PG1013)
Hey thanks Juan.
Gonna ordering one now because I just love it. Thanks.
by Juan Arreguin
Follow up from the last shot, this is the actual spelling of the script — next step is Illustrator, kerning, and styling.
over 2 years ago
Still need to order that pen! I think I'll purchase all 4..
Just love it.
@Gert Dude, get on it! What you waiting for?!
Will do it in a couple of hours. First I need some sleep, it's 4:25 in the morning :)
Btw, are you using FontLab?
Yeah, I'm using FontLab, have been for Order, this one, and another font I made for a client.
Thanks, very neat. Really love that ' y ' !
Might be posting a quick tutorial, on the things that helped me. Soon.. hopefully.
Always great to see, can't wait.
Off to sleep now :P
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