I forgot to include the response I got from Seb Lester.
Hope you;'re well.
I don't know what kind of typeface it is or how accomplished
you are with drawing with vectors. It can be quite a technical process.
Are the letterforms rough and ready aesthetically, or more polished?
A decent piece of software for beginners here, download the
demo and have a play. Keeps it relatively simple.
Or you could get FontLab which is what professionals use.
www.typophile.com is a forum for type designers, good resource for
Not up to date on good books on the subject but I gather this is good:
Or if you go the FontLab route:
I've been carrying out my own research on this subject but wanted to see how actual type designers and typographers would deal with this question. I want to develop a font that be used for dialogue, captions and narration in my embryonic graphic novels. Someone suggested I learn about calligraphy as a starting point.
Thanks again I'll publish the results but it might be a year from now.
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