For those of you that are not as confident with your custom lettering, a great place to start is by finding a typeface that you want to base your letters on. Either print your letters off to draw round them, altering the shape as you go, or alternatively use this as a starting point inspiration basis, then draw new letters from scratch. A great tip here to speed up the process is to try and use certain elements from one letter on another – for example a ‘t’ could be tweaked and refined into a ‘h’ if done correctly.
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