Calligraphy nibs aren’t the most intuitive of tools, so I’ve put this post together to help guide you as you use them! Today, you’ll learn about how to remove manufacturers’ oils, the proper amount of pressure to exert on your pen, and how to keep moisture from ruining nibs. The post includes videos to supplement all the information presented here!
If you live in Colorado — or are thinking about visiting Colorado — I hope that you’ll come to a beginner’s calligraphy workshop in Boulder! There are two coming up on April 29th, and I would love to see you there.
When you make up your mind to learn calligraphy, you can do yourself one big favor: Don’t buy a kit from a big box store! Carefully compiling your own kit will ensure that you have high-quality, effective supplies that will make for a great experience from the beginning.
If you’ve ever had it *up to here* with a calligraphy nib, the fix may be simpler than you think. In this blog post, you’ll learn six tips for stress-free and enjoyable use of your nibs … no more scratchy writing or unreliable ink flow!
If you’re an intermediate calligrapher, you are probably looking for ways to spice up your calligraphy creation and improve your skill level even more! This post will teach you about five supplies that will help you to achieve just that.
If you find yourself wanting to create calligraphy but have no idea where to start, then this is precisely the blog post for you! I’ll walk you through which supplies to buy, how to hold the pen, videos on assembly and use, and how to practice.