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Hows it going everyone, welcome back to another Spoon Graphics video tutorial. Todays video is all about custom type in docHub Illustrator. Now I have to admit Im a bit of a noob when a comes to hand lettering, so in this tutorial Im going to share some secrets on how you can still create cool looking typography by customising ready-made fonts. Once Ive brushed up on my hand lettering skills enough to be able to draw out custom type from scratch Ill make a video on scanning and vectorising your artwork, but today Ill show you how us mere mortals can make use of the high quality fonts with OpenType features that have been made by the typographic gods. The tutorial will then continue with some customisation of the type to add shadows, offset accents and highlights to create a bright and colourful typography designs. So begin by opening up docHub Illustrator and create a new document. Im using a generic A4 layout but with the document rulers set to pixels. I always like to go to Vi