This post is part II of the TPK Calligraphy Styles Guide (if you missed part I, you may click here to read it)! In this installment, you’ll learn about Beth Style calligraphy, Janet Style calligraphy, and the Hand-Lettering worksheet set. As always, if you have any questions, please feel free to comment!
Archives for August 2015
Ever wondered the story behind the TPK Learn for a Latté calligraphy styles? More importantly, have you found yourself in the, “Which one is best for me?” dilemma? This blog post will clear up your questions! This is the first part of a two-part post, and in it, I’ll cover Amy Style, Flourish Formal Style, and Kaitlin Style. Next week, you can read about Beth Style, Janet Style, and the Hand-Lettering worksheet set!
If you have created artwork or calligraphy that you want to share via social media, upload to an Etsy shop/eCommerce site, or simply keep for your memories, it’s important to know how to take an accurate and flattering photo. These five tips will aid you in producing beautiful, impressive photographs that represent your work well!
You can really make your words stand out by adding shadows! The only problem? It can be tough to know where to put said shadows. This blog post exists to show you where and how to draw shadows on your calligraphy and hand-lettering. Two printable “cheat sheets” plus a video will ensure your success!
Frustration afflicts every calligraphy learner at some point — and when it rears its ugly head, you may want to abandon your calligraphy endeavors. When that happens, come back to this blog post! It’s here to keep you going, and to help you remember that you are absolutely capable of succeeding.