So, I started teaching brush calligraphy in 2016. Since then, I’ve taught thousands of people the art of lettering face to face. We laugh, we curse, […]
It's time to give an update on the last few months and share a free calligraphy worksheet.
It’s been a while since I’ve posted, but I’ve missed you all! I keep thinking of blog posts… kind of detailing them, sometimes creating the images… […]
The new Kelly Creates small brush pens are now at michael's! Here's my review of how they write and compare to popular brush pens like the Pentel Sign Brush Pen.
It's been a minute since I've shared a free printable or downloadable, and I have to say I am in love with this quote and the way the background turned out. And now I am sharing a calligraphy downloadable with you, in case you want a reminder for yourself!
I ran into a friend who is practicing brush calligraphy, and although her individual letters were turning out beautifully, connecting them seemed to be a very different challenge. I've taught a few brush calligraphy classes and this is definitely a transition point for learners as we add the pieces together to create words - so today, I'm sharing two huge tips on how I learned to practice connecting my calligraphy letters.
Love knowing what new pens are out there? Looking for a possible birthday or holiday gift for a budding brush calligraphy fan? You may have seen the new Crayola Brush & Detail markers on the shelves and wonder how they are before you spend the money - today I share my review of these new brush pens, how they write, pros and cons, and whether I recommend them!
I've long been enamored by the many artists I follow on Instagram that seem to effortlessly blend their brush calligraphy pens, but struggled to get that effect myself. Sometimes, inspiration strikes and you discover something that works best for you and your style, and I've created some fun pieces. Want to recreate it for yourself? Keep reading and I'll share how I've been using my Tombow dual brush pens to get a gradient and blended look.