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Nov
21
comment How do I properly create a derivative work with a font licensed as SIL Open Font?
It's just weird to me that I would make no meaningful changes to the font other than reduce the number of glyphs in it and then put my name on it like I made the font myself. It makes sense, though...
Nov
21
comment How do I properly create a derivative work with a font licensed as SIL Open Font?
@Amphiteóth - yeah, that seems to be the most important part. If you want to throw that in as an answer you're welcome to; otherwise, I'll post up an answer with some of the process I went through to arrive at my solution.
Nov
20
asked How do I properly create a derivative work with a font licensed as SIL Open Font?
Nov
18
answered What font is being used for the Apple Watch?
Nov
14
comment Help much appreciated - anyone know what font this is?
Do you have any more characters from which we can sample?
Nov
14
answered How to use alternative numerals in a font?
Nov
5
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
2
comment What font is used in this Konis logo?
Boy, that's a strange font! Good find.
Oct
29
reviewed Close Re-Sizing Text with perspective effect
Oct
29
reviewed Reviewed Is it possible to design a book cover using Gimp only?
Oct
29
reviewed No Action Needed Is it possible to design a book cover using Gimp only?
Oct
29
reviewed Looks OK Cannot drag-select layers with Move tool in Photoshop when initially clicking in the canvas
Oct
29
answered What is the name of the font used?
Oct
28
comment Morphing names of a team roster in to a volleyball shape
Welcome to GD.SE! This is difficult to visualize - do you think you could post up some screenshots of what you have done so far?
Oct
28
awarded  Famous Question
Oct
24
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Where are some good places to find royalty free stock images?
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
19
comment Skew transform severely distorts screenshot - any workaround?
Try scaling it down first, then applying the skew in two separate transformations. I've found that can give better results.
Sep
19
reviewed Approve suggested edit on overlay tag wiki excerpt
Sep
19
reviewed Approve suggested edit on adobe-after-effects tag wiki excerpt