Are you curious about what kind of results you’ll get if you continue to practice your calligraphy? If so, you’ll enjoy this blog post, which describes my experience as far as the changes I saw as I progressed with my dip pen. I suspect that you will have a similar experience as you become more comfortable with creating calligraphy, too!
I notice the same mistakes at every beginner calligraphy workshop that I teach! In this post, we’ll go over what those mistakes are and how to correct them. For more information (and for a chance to ask questions), be sure to tune in to the @thepostmansknock Instagram Live session on Wednesday, June 19th, at 6:00 PM MDT!
Surprise!!! There’s a new limited edition worksheet available on TPK: the “Classic Amy Style”. The worksheet will be available through July 5th, and I’ve released both a printable version and a Procreate version. Whether you acquaint yourself with this style via analog practice or digital strokes, you’ll enjoy this new calligraphy challenge!
“Amy Style” calligraphy is the most popular calligraphy style on the TPK website. With over 20,000 learners, it appeals to people for a variety of reasons! Some love it for its legibility, others appreciate the flourish, and still others are just relieved to not deal with a right-leaning letter slant. You can learn more about this calligraphy style in today’s blog post!
Today, we’re putting on our flapper dresses and bringing our gold watercolor to life to create an art deco-inspired birthday card! You’ll need to get a little cozy with a ruler to make it, but the glamorous result is well worth the trouble!