Learn To Do Brush Lettering: A Beginner’s Guide With Practice Worksheets — SkillShare — Free download
Welcome, Everyone !!
Fuel your creativity and learn this amazing skill to letter beautifully!
In this simple class, you will learn easy-to-follow bite-sized lessons with step-by-step instructions for getting started with your brush lettering journey. Like with anything new that you learn, you have to start with the basics.
You must establish a solid foundation before proceeding to the next step. So here, we will start with abc (literally abc). You’ll discover how alphabets are formed using basic strokes and tips and tricks for connecting letters and phrases.
You’ll also learn how to correctly use brush pens of all sizes as its varying pressure and thickness will make or break your piece.
Practice makes progress.
Grab a cup of coffee (or tea!) and get started to practice along. Believe me, you’ll love it and get hooked on to it once you are familiar with the techniques. The beauty behind hand lettering is in the imperfections. With practice, you’ll master when to perform different motions with your fingers, wrists, and applying varying pressure, along with the highly desirable techniques.
Let’s talk about supplies.
To start brush lettering, you really need two things: paper and a writing tool! That’s it. If you have a brush pen then it’s good. But if not then don’t worry you won’t need expensive pens to take this class because I will also show, how you can avoid buying expensive brush pens but still learn and practice lettering daily using cheaper available options.
Here is a full list of products to start with brush lettering:
Tombow Dual Brush Pens
Tombow Fudenosuke (Soft tip)
Tombow Fudenosuke (Hard tip)
Pencil with a blunt nib
Rhodia Pads: Dotted, graphed, Lined
HP Premium paper
Canson XL Watercolor Series Paper
Strathmore Bristol Paper
Course content: https://www.skillshare.com/classes/Learn-To-Do-Brush-Lettering-A-Beginners-Guide-With-Practice-Worksheets/1389796826