The Brause EF66 nib is known for its ability to transition from delicate upstrokes to thick downstrokes. Its considerable flexibility makes those transitions easy and enjoyable! But — and this is a big “but” — the nib has a learning curve that can be a source of frustration for those who are new to it. In today’s article, we’ll talk about six ways to troubleshoot the Brause EF66 nib if it’s just not working for you.
Dip Pen Calligraphy
When I first developed an interest in calligraphy, I looked at a lot of calligraphy photos online. Those photos featured a recurring theme: a strange-looking pen with a “thing” sticking out of its side. After some Googling, I found out that the “thing” is called a “flange”, and the pen is called an “oblique calligraphy pen”.
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A calligraphy happy birthday envelope builds anticipation for the card inside! Today, I’ll walk you through how to write a simple and pretty greeting that features white calligraphy with gold accents.
Anyone who has ever shopped at Costco knows the magic of free samples. Sometimes, you don’t know what you’re missing until you get a little taste of it! (And before you know it, your cart is full of ready-to-bake French baguettes. If you know, you know.) The other day, it occurred to me: TPK could use some free sample wonderfulness! So, as of today, free samples are available for several printable worksheet sets.
Last weekend, I taught an in-person calligraphy lesson for the first time in a couple of years. It was an informal and fun favor for a friend who has wanted to learn for a while. Teaching my friend reminded me: learners have to overcome quite a few pointed pen calligraphy problems at the beginning! In today’s article, I’d like to talk about those problems and their solutions.