A Beginners Guide to Hand Lettering
Beautiful hand lettering is not as tricky as it might seem. In this guide Lisa Funk teaches you about to replicate the flourishes and frills of traditional calligraphy using “Faux Calligraphy” and “Brush Calligraphy” techniques.
Brush Tip Pens
Crayola Paintbrush Pens have a tip that’s more like a paintbrush. Make fine lines with a delicate touch or apply more pressure for thicker bolder strokes. Perfect for Brush Calligraphy style lettering.
Crayola Metallic Markers add an extra sleek sheen to lettering projects. The special metallic effect and hearty tip adds an extra shine using a Faux Calligraphy style to fill in hand lettering.
Crayola SuperTips Markers are versatile and durable, with a conical tip that can product lines that are thick or thin. The versatility in line weights makes SuperTips an ideal tool for both Faux and Brush Calligraphy styles.
About Lisa Funk…
Lisa Funk is a Lettering Artist, Online Instructor and Creative Founder of Hand Lettered Design. Creating meaningful words has brought her so much joy and inspiration that she wanted to share it with others. She believes anyone can learn to letter—especially with Crayola Markers, her absolute favorite markers to use!
Lisa teaches a variety of online courses, has a line of lettering workbooks and has created an amazing and encouraging online community. You can find her at www.handlettereddesign.com or on Instagram at @handlettereddesign. She can't wait to connect with you!