I have used Microsoft Paint to tweak a Gentium Book Type to suit my own publishing needs for a public domain esperanto Bible. I wish to print this on real paper and publish on the web. I was unsatisfied with all other fonts I found available, so I used my artistic flair to shape a new font face.
Unfortunately, I can't figure out how to plug it into FontForge. Esperanto requires some rather spectacular diacritics which just don't work with usual fonts. I suppose when I actually print it, the computer will magically make the diacritic completely reappear, but it does not show up in my text document word processor on my computer, especially for capital letter diacritics. I realize I may not be able to understand you answer, but humor me, if you wish.
What I did was shrink all alphabet letters to a lower height and added legible diacritics of suitable height and sharpness in super-zoom mode. I also disliked some of the numbers, so I fixed those too. Anyone out there care to take a gander at educating me? I have no money to purchase design tools, as I'm still paying for my touch screen computer.
I'm trying to become a professional artist, so I've already created some digital art I like with a strange program called Fresh Paint with really cool background paper. Too bad I can't make my finger vary in thickness or pressure for Chinese calligraphy.