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Given that you created this font on an iPad, I'd suggest the easiest solution would be to just create a second font using your handwriting and use a thicker 'pen'. Save that font as "yourfontbold". You may then need to open your original font and this new font in a font editing tool such as FontForge to set the meta data so that they are seen as part of the ...


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The best answer is to hire a font designer to work with you in developing a bold version of your font. This assumes you have the budget and time for such an endeavor. Otherwise, you can try your hand at it by using font development tools like Font Forge (open source), Glyphs (paid), or Font Lab (professional font development tool). Costs may be cheaper but ...


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A free option would be to download GIMP.



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