When designing/creating a glyph, do you then design all remaining required glyphs from scratch (say, a Latin character set) or do you have an application that allows you to extrapolate from one (or several) glyphs to get the others created? Is the latter even possible?
Lately I have been thinking about it, and started looking at tutorialstensorflow.org tutorials to learn the basics about how it works. Creating such a tool must be possible and it's something that intrigues me and catches my imagination.
I visited that page, and tried to register, but I did not get a confirmation E-mail from it. It may be that the site is no longer operational. Or, perhaps, I just have to be more patient, it may be the replies are not automated.
The patent had just expired a few months before I first heard about FauxFoundry; I was glad I did not have to warn them about potential infringement! I remember Lorp telling me he hadn’t heard of the patent, which seemed completely plausible.
I'm not familiar with Lorp's methods on Greek but I'm sure they are much more complex