If you've been learning hand lettering, doing drills, tracing all those pretty letters and you feel like you are ready to graduate to the next level, you're in the right place.
Simple, practical steps to improve your hand lettered layouts
A bad layout can make your super pretty letters, look kinda crappy.
Watching all those videos on Instagram where it takes 10 seconds to create a beautiful layout can be a bit intimidating.
First of all, those people are no longer beginners, and how do you know that the video they posted wasn't re-recorded a bunch of times till they got the perfect look (I know I've done that a few times).
What you need to do is, first of all stop the comparison and second, start with simple layouts.
In this course we simply focus on
3 basic rules of design
3 simple layouts
Letter shapes and how to adjust them
Sketching your ideas
In this class, we'll focus on the simplicity of lettering layouts
I will walk you through the basic steps to create these three layouts
Here's a little 60 second
sneak peek into the class. Enjoy!
You'll also get a
12 page PDF workbook
- Tracing exercises
- List of quote ideas to letter
- Borders and banners to use in your own lettering layouts
- Checklist of what to look for in your layouts
- Styles to mix and match
- Layout inspiration
What supplies do I need?
Paper (loose printer paper)
To create a finished piece
Lightpad or tracing paper
Your choice of paper for final piece (watercolor, marker or bristol paper)
Your choice of final marker or brush
Ready to learn layouts?
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