a tutorial about making your own font
Photoshop really isn't a good program to design typefaces in anyways. Most modern typefaces use vector bases so that they are scalable. Illustrator is a much better environment for typeface development (or specialized font development programs). That being said, to actually export to a .ttf or .otf format is rather difficult without specialized software like FontLab (which is not free). The actual design of a typeface could be addressed, but not the translation into a usable font file.
I agree with zachlebar, but this kind of tutorial could be possible in a different website. Like he said, Photoshop isn't free.
true, a free font program tutorial would be nice, but guys, Photoshop isn't free. I don't have any problem with free Photoshop tutorials, and obviously neither do you. What I'd like to see is a series geared to the theorys and design principals behind good typography, as well as how specifically to do it. Maybe even a typotuts site?
That's correct! The tutorial is for free, so we expect free practices.
i would also be very interested in reading such an article. but it must be based on non-commercial font programmes. otherwise its worthless