Im learning the principles of designing a typeface via software assistant. So, when I need to control beziers to make a 'perfect curve' I fail again and again. I know that failing is good, but I think that the position of points and handles have some science on it.
Today I realize something that perhaps could help me, but I dont know if it make sense, have a look:
It seem to me that handles follow a certain logic that we can find in the structure of calligraphic variations…
This make sense to you?
Where do you [typographers] learn the 'art' of place perfect points and handles?