Practice makes progress. You might be thinking, "it's March, it's too late to start something new." But, every day is a great day to start something new! Like Lara Casey says - there is nothing magical about January! We can make positive changes in our lives any day. So, let's talk about the last time … Continue reading March Prompts
I recently received this Kassa Watercolor Set in the mail & I'm excited to share all about it with you guys! The set comes with a 9x12" Watercolor Pad, 3 Water Brush Pens, and a Watercolor Palette (which also has a paint brush inside). There are 21 different colors to choose from and three different style … Continue reading Using Water Color for Calligraphy
Here are some great products that are useful to both beginner + advanced calligraphers alike. You can click directly on the photos to find where these can be purchased! For even more brush pens, CLICK HERE! This post contains affiliate links. SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave
Hello there! Have you been thinking of picking up brush lettering or are just getting started? You are probably wondering how you can possibly get your hand to create those beautiful, effortless (seeming) letters on Pinterest. Well, I've got some important tips for you. You may eventually get tired of me saying this, but … Continue reading Alphabet Practice
About six months ago, I was at Barnes and Noble looking through the Christian book section. I have a tendency to buy books, read the first couple of chapters, put a bookmark in, and forget about the book completely. The last five years of my life were devoted to attaining my bachelor's degree and teaching … Continue reading Her Success Does Not Threaten Mine.
Some of you have started to notice a trend in calligraphy that is not always discussed at a beginner level. And that is the bouncing letters. Many calligraphers train their students to write all letters on a straight baseline focusing on making the letters consistently sized. This is a great way to master a consistent … Continue reading How to get your letters to have that bounce.
I'm going to make a little assumption about you based upon your finding of this blog post. You've recently picked up the art of calligraphy. I'm excited for you, I truly am. Calligraphy has been one of the most relaxing parts of my life over the last couple of years. I recommend it to anyone … Continue reading A Beginning Letterer’s Christmas Wishlist
Did you miss the last post? Click here to go back! Get Started Working on Letter Connections In the last post, we talked about using the basic strokes to begin forming letters. Practicing your basic strokes and letters is about the best thing that you can do to improve your lettering and get more comfortable … Continue reading Step Four: Get Started Working on Letter Connections
When you first start lettering it can seem overwhelming to see all the different kinds of brush pens & supplies that are circulating out there. What do I actually need to get started? When I first started lettering I didn't have a lot of money to spend on supplies, but I wanted to try different … Continue reading The TWO things you need to start lettering!
In my last post I listed what I think are three of the best brush pens for beginning letterers. Click here to check that out if you want to see! I thought I would highlight some of my favorite things about each of these pens by doing brush pen spotlights! First up is the Zig … Continue reading Brush Pen Spotlight: Zig Clean Color