If you’ve been reading the TPK blog for any length of time, then you know that I truly believe anyone who wants to learn calligraphy can learn calligraphy! But: there are basic worries from learners + potential learners that often show up in my email inbox. I compiled the most common worries to create this list of the top eight common modern calligraphy myths.
general calligraphy tips
From growing your supply collection gradually to embracing holidays as practice opportunities, these six calligraphy tips will help you to keep on happily writing!
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.
Over the years, I have received many questions about left-handed calligraphy. As a right-handed person, I try to provide answers to the best of my ability, but I sometimes find myself stymied! You can imagine how thrilled I was, then, to meet left-handed calligrapher Elisabeth Young of ElisaAnne Calligraphy. I am so pleased that she agreed to write this blog post, which should help many a left-handed calligraphy enthusiast!
This blog post details six calligraphy tips that I wish I would have known as a beginner! Like — who would have ever guessed that a potato could alleviate your inkflow issues, or that you can write with watercolors? You can get the scoop on that and more below!