Looking for an easy way to view every single glyph in a font, whether you have installed it or not? Look no further than the new online tool, Font Inspector. Meet this cool new web app and get a tutorial for Silhouette or Cricut.
Single path files for sketching, embossing, etching or rhinestones are hard to find, but you might be able to find some in free icon sets. What to look for, and how to convert them for use in Silhouette Studio Designer Edition is covered. Includes a video tutorial.
OpenType fonts are amazing, but you can’t get to all the awesomeness without Adobe Illustrator or InDesign, right? Wrong! Where there’s a will, there’s a way to get your hands on a bunch of OpenType features and every single glyph using just the software that comes with your Mac.
Part 7 of the Tracing Without Tears series is not really about tracing at all. It’s about point editing, or node editing, which is prerequisite information for cleaning up traced images and so much more. I needed to lay this groundwork so I could answer your questions in the next video.
Today I’m posting Part 4 of the Tracing Without Tears series, which focuses on tracing for print and cut. I go through a half dozen representative examples including a cut file that has already been traced, a decoupage sheet, and several styles of clip art.
The response to my first video has been overwhelming! I so appreciate your kind comments and welcome all my new YouTube subscribers! It seems I struck a nerve for those of you whose learning style challenges you to understand what is behind the steps you are taking.