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Handwriting font example: CrapHand

And here’s the TrueType font of that: CrapHand.ttf. Enjoy!

2 replies on “Handwriting font example: CrapHand”


Thanks for your tuto, nice font. I’m doing the same thing and I’m trying to tell fontforge to automatically replace the second letter when a letter is repeated in a word, by a slightly different version of it, to make my font a little bit more dynamic.

For instance, if I have a double “l” in a word, the second “l” will be replaced by an alternative glyph. Do you know hot to do that ? Internet is NOT full of tutos about this matter, I found one or two, but they are too old and dont seem to work anymore.

Please help 🙂

I only have a vague idea how that might be done, but I don’t have the details. One of OpenType’s feature tables probably allows you to specify different letter forms for where they occur in a word. Arabic, for instance, needs it for its very different initial, medial and final forms of letters.

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