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Why should I always draw shapes that keep repeating themselves in my work? I can define them as blocks in a drawing programme, but why should I k… Read More
Why should I always draw shapes that keep repeating themselves in my work? I can define them as blocks in a drawing programme, but why should I keep defining constant relationships between shapes? Therefore I need a programme that can deal with constant shapes and relationships that are partly constant and partly changing. I can enter shapes in the computer like a row of characters. This means that apart from Bodoni, Garamond and Caslon, there are also Characters. The rest can be done using the QuarkXPress programme. The technical side is, in principle, this simple. But things get complicated at the next stage when I set some aesthetic demands. Read Less
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Keymap of the font »Scripts«.All the compositions were typeset with this font in QuarkXPress.
»mon 1«, print, 88/84 cm, 1997 (www.rototype.org/pisave_an/mon_an.html)
»123-a«, print, 100/70 cm, 1997 (www.rototype.org/pisave_an/123_an.html)
»3 6 12 4 2 10-a«, print, 100/130 cm, 1997 (www.rototype.org/pisave_an/36124210_an.html)
»Anni-4«, print, 100/80 cm, 1997 (www.rototype.org/pisave_an/anni_an.html)
»Anni-A-6«, print, 92/80 cm, 1997 (www.rototype.org/pisave_an/anni_an.html)
»k2&phi-MM-1«, print, 70/100 cm, 1997 (www.rototype.org/pisave_an/k2_an.html)
»k2 8«, print, 70/50 cm, 1997 (www.rototype.org/pisave_an/k2_an.html)
»loh 6a«, print, 88/84 cm, 1997 (www.rototype.org/pisave_an/lohse_an.html)
»man-5«, print, 120/29 cm, 1997 (www.rototype.org/man_an/lohse_an.html)
»mubo 6 a«, rint, 88/84 cm, 1997 (www.rototype.org/pisave_an/mubo_an.html)
»ulm 1«, print, 88/84 cm, 1997 (www.rototype.org/pisave_an/ulm_an.html)
»win 2«, print, 88/84 cm, 1997 (www.rototype.org/pisave_an/win_an.html)
From the website http://www.rototype.org/ (http://www.rototype.org/pisave_an/mon_an.html)