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    How to create typefaces From sketch to screen Cristóbal Henestrosa, Laura Meseguer, José Scaglione
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Cover design by Laura Meseguer.
How to create typefaces. From sketch to screen
Cristóbal Henestrosa, Laura Meseguer and José Scaglione
Translation by Christopher Burke and Patricia Córdoba
Book designed and typeset by Elena Veguillas.
Cover design by Laura Meseguer
Copy-edited by Sarah Snaith, and Manuel Sesma
Publisher: Tipo e , Madrid, May 2017.
Printed on Fedrigoni Sirio Arancio 210 gsm and Olin Regular Natural White 100 gsm.
Set in Karmina by TypeTogether, and Multi by Laura Meseguer.
Made and printed in Madrid, Spain by Brizzolis SA.
152 pages, 123 illustrations
ISBN 978-84-938654-3-6
170 mm × 210 mm


How to create typefaces
From sketch to screen
Cristóbal Henestrosa, Laura Meseguer, José Scaglione

How are typefaces designed? What is the process? Which characters are essential? What is the difference between roman, italic and cursive? What is OpenType? In How to create typefacesCristóbal Henestrosa, Laura Meseguer and José Scaglione answer these and many other questions in a straightforward and direct way.

This publication, aimed at new and novice type designers as well as those trained in the field, unravels the fascinating task of creating a font, from sketch to screen.
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