Introducing the free font creator plugin for Sketch, helps creating full-fledged OpenType fonts that can be used for print, web and mobile.
Requires Sketch 43+. Latest version v1.4.1
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Integrated seamlessly into Sketch, FontRapid turns your letter shapes in Sketch to a full-fledged professional OpenType font!
Extremely easy to tweak the glyph's metrics, such as left / right kerning, ascender, descender, etc with the realtime preview.
Compared with those heavy classic font creators, FontRapid introduced a faster and much more enjoyable way to create a professional font.
Make any path or shape into a font glyph with one click
Adjust glyph line height, left or right kerning easily with realtime preview
Most popular and advanced typographic font format
Making your font more beautiful by adding ligatures
Creating alternates to build extensive fonts
Easy kerning paris management
Use Sketch as glyph editing tool, no need to adopt another, no learning curve and no time wasted
Font metadata are saved into Sketch document, making it easy to transfer whole project
Free to sell fonts created with FontRapid to anyone, anywhere
Turn your design to beautiful and professional OpenType font rapidly, just within Sketch.
Browse around our frequently asked questions below. However, if you cannot find an answer to your question, send us an email and we will get back to you.
Yes, it is free. 🎉
FontRapid for Sketch works with Sketch 43+, on macOS 10.11 or later.
Unzip the downloaded FontRapid package, you will find a sketchplugin file, double click it to install.
After successful installation, navigate to Plugins menu in Sketch, you will find FontRapid under there.
First, give each shape layer a proper glyph name, e.g. A, b, $, etc. Each layer is added as a glyph. Then click import button to import.
FontRapid allows you to export standard OpenType font, with a file extension .otf.
Append .liga to layer name to mark it as a ligature. To create fi ligature, name your layer to fi.liga and import.
Append .alt01, .alt02, ... to layer name to mark it as an alternate. To create an alternate for letter g, name your layer to g.alt01 and import.
Sure, you can do everything with your fonts! Your own work should not be limited.
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