I’m not sure if I’d mentioned the name I had in mind for this casual, all capitals font before. Still things are progressing:
These have been a valuable exercise in learning Fontlab VI…
For some time Greater Albion (i.e. me) has used a mixture of “Glyphs” and “Fontlab Studio 5” for font creation. Now I’ve taken the plunge and purchased a license for Fontlab VI. I think it’s going to be very powerful – in some ways it seems like a completely new editor, rather than an upgrade of Fontlab Studio – but there are always those ‘little’ things it takes you ages to work out how to do.
Still we’re getting there, meanwhile, here’s progress to date on the first project in this new editor:
Here’s another advertisement for our favourite ‘would-be’ chocolate. It is typeset in Gondolieri, and used as a test piece for some exercises in digital weathering and ageing…
And here is the digital painting finished.
A digital painting which Just finished. Three Duchesses wait alongside each other in steam.. The scene is from imagination and a little artistic licence has been applied to have Green Maroon and Blue liveries all present together. Drawn with an iPad Pro and Apple Pencil, I’m just as pleased with this as any of my traditional paintings.