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Cocktail Casual Calligraphy is a free-spirited and artistic calligraphy style that I appreciate because it’s quick! There’s no need to draw pencil guidelines, and strokes are created at a quick pace. Use this style on anything that will benefit from casual letterforms with ample flourishes!
Here’s what you’ll need to fill out this worksheet set:
- Knowledge of how to create pointed pen calligraphy (take the Beginner’s Course if you’re new to calligraphy)
- 32# laserjet paper to print the worksheet on
- Your favorite pen + nib combination (I prefer a Brause EF66 nib in an oblique pen)
- Thin ink such as iron gall
This worksheet set features the following:
Core Calligraphy Worksheet (62 Pages)
The Cocktail Casual Style Core Calligraphy Worksheet includes everything you need to know to get started, including:
- Supply List
- Letter Formation Practice
- Word Practice
- Challenging Letter Combinations Practice
- Address Practice
- Stroke Reference Sheet
Intensive Letter Practice (66 Pages)
Print off specific pages on a per-need basis to master letters that you have trouble with.
Intensive Word Practice (71 Pages)
Print off specific pages on a per-need basis to practice stringing Janet Style letters together to make words.
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Got this when it came out as a gift from a friend. It’s quickly becoming my favorite style.
Kathleen Nelligan –
I have to say this is one of my favorite styles. At first I didn’t give it much consideration, but as I began to practice myself I started to appreciate the casual sprawl of the letters. This style can be a little tricky but it produces kind of a “New York” dazzling posh feel. I like having the lettering style up my sleeve!
I absolutely love that this style got a full in-depth worksheet! I appreciate that “challenging” letter combinations were included in the core sheet along with two supplementary intensive word & letter practice sheets as well. The fluid style is a nice way to explore more “loose” and whimsical lettering which allows me to loosen up a bit when compared to other calligraphy styles.
Andrea Giron Mathern –
LOVE this style! This is the first “casual” style that I have really gotten the hang of (I’ll go back and practice Kaitlyn now that I’ve got the hang of this one) but it’s so pretty and fluid!