Calligraphy and hand-lettering has become extremely popular when designing poster, infographics and cards. Typography by hand can seen like a daunting task. Turns out, with a little help and practice, it’s more simple than we think.
Getting into calligraphy.
This is a beginner’s guide, so you don’t have to know anything about calligraphy – or the art of “beautiful writing”, as it translates from the Greek (κάλλος (kallos) = beauty and γραφή (graphe) = writing). Calligraphy is easy to learn, but like any craft, it needs practice.
Handlettering in watercolour!
Filed Under: Hand Lettering, Learn Creative Skills | YouTube is one of my favourite websites. On the weekends I can get lost for hours in video upon video. One type of video that I find especially interesting and mesmerizing to watch, is hand lettering videos.
Here you can find some practice sheets…
Find a brush pen that fits your style.
New Year, New Pens | the Ultimate Brush Pen Review – Lyssy CreatesIf you’ve been following my lettering journey for a while, you may have seen the first iteration of this post, done in mid-2016. Now, over 30 pens and many sheets of paper later, I’m bringing the ultimate brush pen review back bigger and better! (Some of the links in this post are affiliate links.
Get Creative! Try adding some florals to your script.
I’m back with my third post in the “How to Draw” series. (You can view the first two here and here.) I love drawing wreaths but I find myself feeling really overwhelmed when I sit down to draw one. Where do I start? What do I draw? Too sparse? Too full?
Don’t stress if your design doesn’t look exactly like the pictures. Creating your own design is about acquiring your own style!