The best way to learn any new skill is to do it often and on a consistant basis. Tracing letters is not cheating. It’s training your muscles to remember certain shapes, and it’s perfect for a quick warmup before you do any freehand lettering.
New worksheets are finally here! These are PERFECT for beginners, or those of you who just enjoy tracing letters. I hear it's great for relaxing too.
Each page is dedicated to one stroke, letter, or number so that you get maximum practice with each one. Those wrist muscles need to develop over time, and with repetition, you will see progress.
When was the last time you saw beautiful lettering and decided that it was too hard for you and you couldn't possibly learn it?
Well, I'm here to tell you that you are wrong. I'm not gonna lie, it takes
A LOT of practice. But, you can totally learn brush lettering.
All you need to do is start, practice and you will see the progress.
Let's kick off the new year with a new challenge. Instead of setting another resolution that we most likely won't follow through with, let's just focus on what we already love. Lettering! Oh, and of course watercolors!
You will learn everything from forming letters, color blending, floral illustration and more. And how will you be learning this? By practicing of course.
There will be monthly themes, but no specific words to letter, that will be up to you. Instead, the theme will focus on an area of watercolor lettering you need to work on.
Alright, you asked for it, after people finish my 90 Days of Drills Challenge they usually ask what next? How do I connect letters?
Here is my quick guide for you. Literally, it's a 30-second explanation.
Have you been eyeing those big loopy letters on Instagram but when you try to do your lettering they just aren't coming out the same way? I've been there, and I remember this day like it was yesterday, lol. I seriously do, it just all of a suddenly clicked in my head, and I understood what I was doing wrong.
Are you struggling to transition from thick downward stroke to thin curve? Then you need to work on your wrist control. Many people have this problem when they start practicing brush lettering, whether with a brush marker or thin brush pen. It can be even more difficult if you are using a very flexible tip.