Valentine’s Day is two weeks away … which makes this the perfect time to send out your greetings! This card tutorial features watercolor art and lettering with a linguistic flair.
Last week, you learned two innovative brush pen techniques in the Two Artistic Brush Pen Lettering Tutorials post. Today, I’d like to show you two more ways to create compelling lettering with your brush pen! In this post, you’ll learn how to blend, as well as how to use tiny dots to frame a message.
Brush pens come in many different colors, which gives you the chance to make bold and eye-catching pieces! In today’s post, you’ll learn two different brush pen lettering techniques. The first technique teaches you how to add visual interest to the letters themselves, and the second technique relies on shapes around the letters to help them pop. Choose the one you like best, and try making it when you have some free time … I know you’ll enjoy the process and the result!
It’s the holiday season — a time to reflect what you’re grateful for. It also happens to be a traditional time to give gifts. Effectively, in this post, I’d like to let you know that I’m grateful for you by giving you gifts! Remember: all items are up for grabs to anyone regardless of country of residence. I’m always happy to ship internationally!
You may not have given a coat of arms any thought before this blog post, but you’re going to want to whip one up after you read it. These cool designs are gaining popularity as modern family logos — which you can put on stationery, use as a stamp, paint a large-scale replica of on your garage for all to see … whatever. Sure, your neighbors will be jealous; but who needs happy neighbors when you have an *awesome* coat of arms? That was a rhetorical question that I’ll let you ponder as you read the rest of the post!