Brush pens have become a staple in nearly every artist’s arsenal due to their versatility in everything from calligraphy to fine art drawings. They are available in a variety of tip sizes: nib styles, ink flows, colors, and elasticities. While it takes practice and control to use a brush pen, you don’t have to be a serious artist or calligrapher to create beautiful script.Continue reading
By: Shelly Kim
Hi everyone, it’s Shelly Kim of @lettersbyshells. Today I’ll be showing you how to create this fruity paper placemat for your summer tablescape to go along with the utensil holders in my last tutorial. These paper placemats will utilize a watercolor technique with Mildliner Highlighters. The finished product is a great foundation to any table setting. Let’s get started!Continue reading
Hi! This is Melissa of @thislletters. After a lot of practice and experimentation, I found my style. I like to change things up, and bouncy lettering is a way to do that while having fun with your lettering art! I’ll show you how you can turn your basic modern lettering into bouncy lettering and how to make it your own.Continue reading
By: Mariann of @madebymariann
Do you want to add shadows to your lettering and enhance your style but feel a bit overwhelmed? Look no further! My name is Mariann from @madebymariann and I’m here to share a few tips on how you can easily add shadows to your lettering. Let’s get started!
Calligraphy is a classic way of handwriting that has turned into a modern art form as well as a growing trend in the creative world. The purpose of calligraphy is to create beautiful and decorative words that can be used on anything from letters, cards, or handwritten signs. While it may seem like a simple thing to learn, or something that you can just jump into, the process of learning calligraphy takes time and effort to practice and perfect. If you are thinking of beginning a journey into hand lettering, here are a few tips that you should know before starting.