The last TPK beginner’s modern calligraphy workshops will take place in Tampa in December. Come and enjoy the warm weather as I cover all the calligraphy basics and give individual feedback/corrections! Every participant will go home with a bundle of high-quality calligraphy supplies, inspiration, and a solid foundation of dip pen knowledge.
Once you start using a calligraphy nib, how long can you reasonably expect it to last? The short answer is that there’s no way to know that exactly. The more detailed answer can be found in this blog post!
If you’ve been thinking about coming to Boulder for a TPK Modern Calligraphy Workshop (beginner or intermediate), August 26th is your last chance this year! You can find details about the workshops and sign up links in this post.
If you’re looking for some new calligraphy nibs to try, consider the four contenders in this blog post! Today, we’ll explore the pros and cons of using the Nikko G, the Brause EF66, the Leonardt Principal, and the Brause Rose calligraphy nibs.
Did you know that you should have a piece of “padding paper” under you calligraphy project? I didn’t, either, when I started learning calligraphy! In this post, you’ll learn five tips to help make your calligraphy creation easier and more rewarding.
It would be my pleasure to host you at a TPK beginner or intermediate modern calligraphy workshop in Boulder, Colorado! This post includes details, sign up information, and ample hints about things to do Boulder if you come in from out of state.