The Lettering Course: Is it right for me?

Is the lettering course right for me?

 

The Lettering Course has launched, you're probably debating whether it's something you really need.

I get it.

There are plenty of free videos and info online that you can search for and learn on your own. After all, most of my lettering learning came from trial and error, but I did take a couple courses in the beginning just to get started and learn the basics, and of course for the challenges. Nothing beats a challenge when you're trying to get better. Yes, my course has a challenge too.

 

1) I can just google some lettering videos and get the info for free

Yes, you totally can do that. Like I said, I taught myself most everything I know about lettering, it took a long time, lots of googling, and lots of wasted time spinning in circles not knowing what tools to use. 

And that's why I created this course for a beginner like you because I want you to get lettering, not get frustrated.

And hey, if you absolutely hate the course you can get your money back within the first 30 days.

 

What people are saying about The Lettering Course for beginners by TwoEasels

 

2) So what's included in this course?

You get almost 3 hours of video lessons. A whole lesson, almost one hour, just about supplies. I go over brush pens, markers, brushes, pens paper and more. 

You get brush lettering worksheets, grid templates to use for aligning your letters, and a few different alphabets in different fonts to learn from. 

You get a pretty awesome bonus. I will be adding 5 more videos to the course based on your suggestions. So if you want to learn something specific I can make a video about it and add it to the course. 

And last but not least, a Facebook community that you can post your progress in, ask questions and discuss everything lettering related.

Oh but wait, did I mention the 30-day challenge?

 

 

3) Why should I buy now? 

Well, simply put, if you buy now you're saving about money. The price will go up eventually. Because I'm still adding to it. That's a pretty good deal if you ask me. But then again, I'm a little bias.