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Creating font assets

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  • Slava Kovelman
    Slava Kovelman

    How do I create a font asset on the platform?

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  • Matthew Seeger
    Matthew Seeger

    Import an OTF or TTF font as an Asset. This will create a Font Asset. https://fonts.google.com/ has Open Source fonts you can use.

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  • Kiefer Uuksulainen
    Kiefer Uuksulainen

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  • Kiefer Uuksulainen
    Kiefer Uuksulainen

    After using the step above, you can turn it into a 3D model asset by right-clicking > Clone to Model.

    Then, in that newly-created "font model” you right-click > Create > Shape > Text Shape.

    Then, in the Properties panel, assign the Font Asset to the original font file.

     

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  • Kiefer Uuksulainen
    Kiefer Uuksulainen

    Or to create an extruded version. You can turn it into a 3D model asset by right-clicking > Clone to Model (not shown in the screenshot below).

    Then, in that newly-created "font model” you right-click > Create > Shape > Text Shape.

    Then, in the Properties panel, assign the Font Asset to the original font file (this will create a new Text Shape).

    Then, right-click the newly-created Text Shape > Create > Mesh >Extruded Shape.

    Then, in the Properties panel, assign the Text Shape to the Shape property.

    The text will appear extruded.

     

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