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First SignWriting Lesson

I started this week by opening up my new SignWriting Basics manual that came in the box. As I got farther into it I came to the conclusion that it’s really more of a reference than a lesson manual. 173 more words


I was playing around with a photograph, trying to figure out how much information one needs to have a recognizable face. (This is a good time to remind you that I can’t draw, so be kind.) By… 203 more words


New Font for Valentine, Wedding, and Lovely cute design

Riztteen is a lovely, elegant font with more than 540 unique glyphs.

Every letter is thin, which gives the font a classy look. Making it the perfect font for lovely and cute design such as wedding invites, Valentine Day, and personal businesses. 55 more words


New Charming Handwritten Font: Dehasta Momentos

Dehasta Momentos is a charming, handwritten font that is hallmarked by its legibility. Great for body text or in displays, Dehasta Momentos is a versatile and friendly font to a large array of designs. 7 more words


Setting Defaults

Generations has two stitch default settings, both of which are found under the Accessories menu.

Set default stitch type allows you to specify which stitch types should be used by the line tools, … 325 more words


Windows 10 Build 1803 (RS 4): New Fonts Page Coming to Settings

Microsoft is adding font management capabilities to the new Settings app in Windows 10 and with some poking around you can already enable it in the public beta Redstone 4 build 17074. 411 more words

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Adjust with an Arc

Adjust with an Arc is one of my favorite tools.

I can go from this

to this

with only a few clicks. (Yes, I know if I wanted a circle, I should just use the circle tool, but that’s not the point.) Often as I’m tracing an object, my hand wobbles a bit. 170 more words