Color Fonts. The next big thing? FontLab tutorial with Adam Twardoch





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Published on Jun 18, 2014

Traditional black-and-white fonts are popular, but since 2014, it’s also possible to create genuine full-color fonts, for example for emoji or display text.

This 1:45h-long extensive tutorial by Adam Twardoch, product manager at Fontlab Ltd., explains the new multi-color extensions to the OpenType font format and shows how you can create color OpenType fonts using FontLab products: BitFonter and TransType. It also shows how any user can use the free FontLab Pad app to typeset texts using these new fonts.

Download the free FontLab Pad app from http://new.fontlab.com/fontlab-pad/
Visit http://blog.fontlab.com/font-tech/col... for information about the new color font formats
Visit http://www.fontlab.com/ to buy BitFonter or TransType


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