“Watercolor lettering” can mean a lot of things. In this particular post, I am using the term to describe the effect you get when you write using watercolors and a paintbrush. I have noticed this technique is immensely popular lately, and I think it’s because it’s a one-of-a-kind style. We have access to wonderful script fonts on our computers, but since we can use them any time we want, they can be boring. However, no computer could replicate the spontaneity and energy behind writing with a paintbrush. You can’t write the same word twice almost exactly the same because so much depends on the brush, the amount of paint on it, and the pressure you are exerting.
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