Im designing a Save the Date for a friend and she really wants a script face for the main title. I normally use Edwardian Script ITC which has lovely caps and clean lower case letters but has anyone got any other recommendations?
Yes very nice...RussellHall said:Personal favourite if you're going all out scripty is YoungBlood, full set is not expensive and has lots of contextual alternatives on ascenders/ descenders http://www.hypefortype.com/browse-fonts/font-categories/script/youngblood-8425.html
Thanks for the follow! With the exception of a project I'm working on now that has too many elements for me to draw each individually and scan, I usually start out sketching several ideas on paper, ink them on tracing paper, and then pull them into photoshop/illustrator (depending on what I want the final outcome to be) and then work on them there. Lately I have found some really nice brushes that mimic pens and pencils so I have been messing around with those.davewill said:Thanks Shauna, love your work by the way, just followed you on Behance. Do you draw your lettering on paper first and scan it in or is it all digital?