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Cursive Font question

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KingoWelds
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Cursive Font question

Postby KingoWelds » Wed Apr 25, 2018 10:30 am

Just wondering if anybody has found a cursive type font that doesnt require a ton of work to edit lines or doesn't break into 10000+ lines when exploded
thanks.

szextreme
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Re: Cursive Font question

Postby szextreme » Tue May 08, 2018 3:40 pm

Not specifically cursive but check out Autumn in November pretty popular font and easy to work with
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tcaudle
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Re: Cursive Font question

Postby tcaudle » Thu May 10, 2018 4:34 pm

I guess it would depend on if the export process can preserve all of the curves (or better yet true Bezier Curves) Real Fonts (like Brushscript) are smooth curves . Its a broad font. Any script font will need to be joined so there are no over lapping lines. In CorelDraw you do that by "welding" (joining ) letters together to make a word or line of test, In Inkscape the ungroup then select multiple letters and perform a UNION/ There are no fonts that just flow non stop like hand writing The welding and artwork needs to be done in the Drawing program and the export to CAM should be joined objects .

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