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dnp_theme
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Thanks Daniel.

I was hoping to get more insights on the software used to shape those glyphs.

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danieldogeanu
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I think Adobe Illustrator is all you need.

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dnp_theme
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This is even better: Inkscape, it’s free!!

http://inkscape.org
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It’s an amazing tool I use it daily on my work and it’s simply the best and easiest way to work with icon fonts.

Good job !

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Themewaves
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How to generate my own Shape to Custom Font icon like FontAwesome, Is there any one know how to do this?

Thanks.

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How to generate my own Shape to Custom Font icon like FontAwesome, Is there any one know how to do this? Thanks.

Yes, use icomoon. http://icomoon.io/ – Install the chrome extension and you get a massive library of free icon fonts, plus the hability to import your own custom shapes.

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How to generate my own Shape to Custom Font icon like FontAwesome, Is there any one know how to do this? Thanks.
Yes, use icomoon. http://icomoon.io/ – Install the chrome extension and you get a massive library of free icon fonts, plus the hability to import your own custom shapes.

Thanks man I also found this site http://fontcustom.com/ seem very useful too.

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