If you like a bohemian/artistic look, bouncy calligraphy is fantastic! It offers a stress-free way to write because you don’t have to worry about drawing pencil guidelines. Letter formations are welcome to be inconsistent as long as they’re legible, and lingering flourishes fit right in. In today’s worksheet, we’ll practice writing a springtime quote in bouncy Kaitlin Style calligraphy.
When I read Jane Eyre for a university class, I was already in love with it. I’d read it myself in high school, and I enjoyed the story. At university, we delighted in analyzing Jane’s character and discussing, in particular, whether Jane Eyre is a feminist novel or not. The conclusion: for Victorian times, Jane was a trailblazer! In contemporary culture — well, maybe not so much. But, the novel has some concepts that continue to stick with me. One of those concepts is to be true to yourself, thus the line featured in today’s calligraphy quote worksheet.
No one can resist a woodland creature illustration … they’re just so cozy and quaint. In this tutorial, I’ll teach you how to paint a watercolor fox lounging in a field of poppies. While this tutorial is suitable for all skill levels, beginners should read the Painting with Watercolors for Beginners and Painting with Watercolors for Beginners Part II before painting this fox!
Calligraphy is all about spacing, which can be frustrating because there’s no set spacing formula. Sometimes, you’ll get done with a piece only to realize that there’s something “off” about how the letters are spaced … they might be too squished in one place and too wide in another. Spacing is something that only improves with practice, and today’s free Calligraphy Dot Drills Printable Worksheet helps to provide that practice in a fun and challenging way.
If you’re looking for a calming project that doubles as calligraphy practice, try making this Valentine’s Day calligraphy medallion! It features heart-like shapes that reflect the upcoming holiday; and its intricacy resembles that of a snowflake. Put the two together, and you’ve got a motif that’s appropriate for this time of year.
I’ve always loved making New Year’s resolutions. Even if not all of them end up happening, the act of giving myself the time and grace to think about how I want to improve is cathartic! That’s why a “productivity printable” — usually an artistic blank list — shows up here on the blog about once a year. Since it’s the beginning of a new year, there’s no better time than now to showcase all of these productivity printables in one article! Use them as you please to get yourself organized and centered.