Google Translate says:
This writing was really just an experiment. I wanted to know how fast you can assemble a complete Latin character set, with all the accents, punctuation, numbers, and some important symbols ...
The individual glyphs were simply written on a graphic tablet. In CorelDRAW, the resulting curves were fitted with a calligraphic outline. Then the outlines are converted to objects and merged if necessary. The glyphs so produced were exported to a temporary font and edited this in a font editing program - all together a font in a day.
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