requirements stage 10: • all shades of black and other color, graphic elements • you need to utilize the grid structure in your layout • The page size is 7 x 5 inches • 2 different layouts due 3/21 stage 11: • all shades of black and other color, graphic elements … Read More
requirements stage 7: • You can only use Futura, Baskerville or Arial Black -No type can be cut off/repeated and overlapping • 3 font sizes, you can use 1 graphic elements (it can repeat) • black and 50% black, 25% black • utilize the grid structure • 2new different layouts due by 03/07 stage … Read More
stage 4: • You can only use Times -No type can be cut off/bold, italic, outline and overlapping • 2 font sizes, horizontal, vertical and diagonal type combinations • only black, no graphic elements • utilize the grid structure • 2 new different layouts due by 2/28 stage 5: • You can only … Read More
Exploring composition in relationship to structure and the visual organization of space is critical to the development of this exercise. In this design activity, you will develop a grid structure based on content that will be provided by the instructor, and utilizing this grid structure you will create various layouts based upon parameters that will … Read More
As a Designer, many times we must create unique/individual letterforms to fit the message we are conveying. In turn we understand many different styles, approaches, techniques and influences to create these letterforms. You will be designing Drop Caps (all capital) on a weekly base. A Drop Cap is a large letter that drops below the … Read More
Here are some more PDF files: Download Formal Attributes and Download Parts of letters.
apex: the peak of the uppercase letter A arm: a projecting horizontal stroke that is unattached on one or both ends, such as the letters T and E ascender: a stroke on a lowercase form that rises above the meanline bowl: a curved stroke enclosing the counterform of a letter. An exception would be the bottom of the lower case roman “g” which is called a loop counter: the negative space that is full or partially enclosed by a letterform crossbar: the horizontal stroke connecting two sides of a letter. (e, H, A) or bisecting the main stroke (t,f) descender: stroke on a lowercase letter that falls below the baseline ear: a small stroke the projects from the upper right side of the lowercase roman”g” hairline: the thinnest stroke within a typeface has strokes of varying weights leg: the lower diagonal stroke of the letter K link: the stroke the connects the bowl and the loop of the lowercase roman g serifs: short strokes that extent form and at an angle to the upper and lower ends of the major strokes of a letterform shoulder: a curved stroke projecting from the stem. stem: a major vertical or diagonal stroke in the letter form. … Read More
Here is file Download Type anatomy and here is Download Typeface_anatomy 2 two.
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