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Marcelo Magalhães
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It could be open and it could be in Trufont.

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Amazing work by designer Fabio Lopez.
The mini Rio project is an extensive collection of pictograms and illustrations which aims at celebrating and visually presenting the cultural heritage of Rio de Janeiro.

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Thinking in a work flow for type design using Inkscape, this could be a very useful tool to be incorporated when planing multiple weights.

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My work today refining some shapes, trying no to be so bold to have best results on small sizes.

Thinking about it, I have some options to follow:

1)Follow this shape, finding the balance between geometric and hand painted style, but trying to be different from this Dave mentioned as similar: https://www.google.com/search?q=modak+font&tbm=isch

2) Go to rounded hot dog style, pure and geometric curve. Can be a good option to test powerstroke with all shapes but need some flavor to become a good project.

3) Like this result because there's some kind of horizontal rhythm pushing the letters to the baseline. This version isn't refined to small sizes yet.
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2015-08-07
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New letters for Coiny and a lot of decisions to get tomorrow...it seems some letters just don't belong to this family....
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my n refined in fontforge after drawing with powerstroke
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2015-08-05
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Just trying to draw my n letter from Coiny typeface with powerstroke. It seems this tool has a huge potencial to draw a first vector from a sketche. Some points: that overlap we can see on the right steam of n, crashes the software when imported to fontforge. You need to convert object to path an import again. It works without conversion when we don't have an overlap like in the left steam. Power stroke could create less nodes when we convert object to path, but it's easy to resolve with simplify in Inkscape (Control+L).

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Fala Felipe, aqui a segunda parte com o teste com ferramenta similar.

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Fala Felipe, estou compartilhando um exercício do powerstroke no Inkscape e também feito no illustrator com a width tool para fins de comparação.  Acho que o esqueleto do path aparecer o tempo todo é bem útil e tb você pode avaliar a possibilidade de inserir mais controle para os nós utilizando as hastes horizontais. Enfim, como já tínhamos visto, tem muitos travamentos que acho o mais importante a corrigir agora pra poder fazer testes mais complexos.
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