Varied Baseline or Cap Height
For our next problems, we're going to do something that I've actually done a couple of times already throughout this peace, but now whether or not you've been doing it, tio, we're gonna make sure we do it with this one, so we're going to pick something and we're gonna have a varied either cap height or baseline or maybe both. Um, this is a really nice way to add in some war movement and just makes your type feel a lot more dynamic so as to do this, you can also tilt and skew your letters like you see I did with the word a racer here, um, or I also varied the the bass line for for these as well, so this is also super fantastic as we get down to only three spots left on our map. If you're having trouble filling an awkward space varied cap line and base height can be the perfect way to do that. Um, your letter forms can also be changing and height as you go that's up to you, but the idea is just to get something a little bit more friendly and bouncy and nick so I'm gonna go ahead and I'm ...
going to dio oh, hi guys, which little light in the day to be saying hello, but nonetheless I'm going to dio hi guys next so hopefully, this prompt will be a really fun and easy one for you guys to dio the buried baseline and cap. It can be a really fantastic way to fill in. Some say super complicated, tight spaces. As we get down to the very end of this project. Esso. I hope you have fun with that one, and I will see you when you're ready for your next propped.
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