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There are so many great hand lettering resources out there for anyone who wants to get started in lettering.
However, it can get a little overwhelming to sort through it all and find just what you need. This Resource list I created will hopefully alleviate the frustration and help put you on a straight path to getting the needed tools to begin your creative journey. If you have questions don’t hesitate to contact me here and I will do my best to direct you and answer your questions.
So where to begin for the newbie? For the person who just wants to start you can begin with just the basics. Here is a helpful article I wrote about basic lettering tools you can start with! Click HERE!
Practicing strokes is a foundational part of learning the art of lettering. So to get you started you can use my free small brush lettering practice sheets. To receive this sheet you just need to subscribe.
Skillshare is an online learning community with thousands of classes in design, business, technology and more. Here are a few basic Hand Lettering classes I recommend and that can help you develop your skills and your own lettering style:
Hand Lettering Essentials for Beginners by Mary Kate McDevitt
Hand Lettering: 4 Easy Steps to Modern Calligraphy by Peggy Dean
Lettering Layouts: Create Beautiful Messages by Teela Cunningham
Bounce Lettering: Adding Character to your Lettering by Teela Cunningham
If you’re interested in any or all of these classes, it’s definitely worth it to check out Skillshare . Skillshare’s giving away a 2 free months to our readers. Just sign up using this link, and you’ll receive 2 free months of unlimited online classes. No commitments and you could cancel anytime. Thanks Skillshare!