You made it! This is the final installment of my modern calligraphy for beginners series. In this post, I’ll give you some general tips to help you improve your skills. These are just some things that I has helped me over the years. Down strokes are thick, up strokes are thin! This is the most basic […]
I’ve covered the supplies, now I’ve got the resources you’ll need to fine tune your calligraphy game! Modern calligraphy and lettering in general is becoming more and more popular so there are a lot of great places to find useful information and tutorials.
ABSTRACT: Just as there are different types of writing instruments you can use in modern calligraphy, there are also many types of paper! But you don’t have to buy anything fancy unless you’re planning on doing fancy things.
ABSTRACT: There are lots of writing instruments you can use to start modern calligraphy! You can do it, stop making excuses and git ‘er done!
Happy New Year, everyone! I posted an image on Instagram for the new year – here is the process video for it. Enjoy! I’ll be back next Sunday with a new blog post. Thank for watching!
TL;DR – In terms of my bullet journal, November was a bit of a gong show. I used it as a trial month for A LOT of things with the hopes of refining it for December. It worked, mostly.
TL;DR – Heat embossing is a great way to enhance your calligraphy. If you do not have an embossing pen, you can also you a watermarking ink pad for a fun calligraphy project.