- Choose a typeface from the list below
- Download < the template provided here!
- Research your font and find the information for the template.
- You will also need to find an image of the typeface in use to add to your type profile.
- Part 1 Due - 10/4/16 end of class
- Complete Part 2 and add to your Type Profile
Choose from the following list & sign up with Mrs Olden:
- Arial - Diego
- Bodoni - Jesus
- Baskerville (Baskerville Old Face)
- Caslon (Adobe Caslon Pro)
- Centaur - Philip
- Century Gothic - Noe
- Comic Sans - Josh
- Cooper Black - Maury
- Copperplate Gothic - Chris
- Courier - Alana
- Didot - Anette
- Franklin Gothic
- Futura - Alan
- Garamond - CJ
- Gill Sans (Gill Sans Std) - Alex
- Goudy Old Style
- Helvetica Neue - Conrad
- Lucida (Lucida Bright)
- Myriad Pro - Fausto
- Mistral - Richard G.
- OCR- A (OCR-A Std) - Esmerelda
- Old English (Text MT) - Kyle
- Palatino (Linotype)
- Papyrus - Daniel
- Rockwell - Diana
- Times Roman (Times New Roman) - Otto
- Trajan (Trajan Pro) - Teodoro
- Univers - Fabian
- Verdana - Nelson
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Part 2- TypeFace:
- Open an new US letter size Illustrator document
- Place an image (photo/illustration) of the type designer in the document and lower the opacity and lock the layer.
- Create a new layer
- Type out letters & glyphs in your typeface (shortcut- copy & paste from your template)
- Select the text box & go to: TYPE > Create Outline (or right click)
- Right-click on the text and select 'Ungroup' (Ctrl + Shift + G) to separate all of the letters and glyphs
- When selecting a letter or glyph, hold down 'Alt' to copy it rather than just move it from your 'bank'
- Create a typeFACE of the designer. Feel free to resize and rotate the glyphs in any way you would like to best portray your designer. Please hold shift and use the corner anchors to resize your letters and glyphs.
- Copy & paste the face into your template.
- To save- G: > Graphic Design > '02 Typography'
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