Have you been struggling with adding bounce to your lettering pieces? I made a video of how I go about doing it. Also, it's a whole behind the scenes look at how I go from sketch to finished inked piece. Yes, I start with sketches, it's the only way to not waste a TON of paper and really get your layout and design looking good, especially if you're a beginner.
My method of bounce lettering is simple, sketch out your idea, then make some letters bigger and some smaller, move them up or down and it's done.
I don't do guides where every letter connects the same way, rules are dumb, I go with the flow. So if you want to create some fun bouncy lettering try this. If you prefer guides, no problem. At least every piece is totally different, no two letters will be the same, I think it's more unique that way.
So take a look below and see for yourself.
Next up, I'll show you how to vectorize and clean this up in Photoshop and in Illustrator.
Comment below and let me know what else you'd like to learn or see a video of.
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