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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.