• (noun): Letters inscribed (especially words engraved or carved) on something.
    Synonyms: inscription

Some articles on lettering:

Architectural Drawing - Drafting
... Lettering would either be done by hand, mechanically using a stencil, or a combination of the two ... pens allowed for faster draughting and stencilled lettering ... Letraset dry transfer lettering and half-tone sheets were popular from the 1970s until computers made those processes obsolete ...
Technical Lettering - Freehand Lettering
... For quick action in work, it is required to have practice of freehand lettering as it allows to represent ideas in a short time and in a more efficient manner ... Freehand lettering is as shown in the adjacent image.In freehand lettering, the two basic things are generally followed The letters to be drawn, though freehanded, should be ... The GOTHIC is the most common lettering font used in freehand lettering ...
Technical Lettering - Dimensions of Letters
... The Nominal Size of lettering is defined by the height (h) of the outline contour of the upper-case (capital). 1.414(square root of 2) is the range of heights for lettering is derived from the standardized progression of dimensions for paper sizes ... Lettering Angle-The lettering may be vertical (upright) or inclined (sloped) to the right at 75° from the horizontal ...
Abaddon (typeface)
... Abaddon is a typeface designed by Dave Nalle of Scriptorium Fonts, inspired by the poster lettering of Art Nouveau artist Alphons Mucha ... Abaddon has some characteristics of Gothic lettering, with pointed demi-serifs and extended, very pointy descenders ... in the logo of the band Godsmack, also similar lettering appears in the logo of the band Bullet For My Valentine as well as in the titles of the movie Necromancer ...
Stick Of Rock - Making Rock - Lettering
... Capital letters are the most common form of lettering as small case lettering is far more complicated, owing to their tails and high backs ...

Famous quotes containing the word lettering:

    the grave,
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    Anne Sexton (1928–1974)