Hand Lettering Reference Guide

Mireya ., artist

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9 Lessons (11m)
    • 1. Lettering Journal

      1:06
    • 2. Supplies

      1:01
    • 3. Letter Anatomy

      2:18
    • 4. Let’s Do This

      2:08
    • 5. Let’s Create

      1:49
    • 6. end

      1:01
    • 7. Free kit

      0:34
    • 8. Bonus Idea

      0:45
    • 9. Advice

      0:29
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24 of 38 students recommend this class
Pat Godbout

owner/artist

very informative and well thought out. Good advice on how to develop one's practice. Great class.
A long time ago I read the book creating by kicking yourself in the pants... in a way, your class was a huge reminder of how much there is out there to create from - just look around and let yourself be -
Charlotte DeMolay

See the Possibilities. demolay.com

I wish I could leave a thumb neither up nor down. This class is more of an 'idea' class than a how-to with lettering. It's not bad, some good ideas, just not quite what I expected. Maybe it needs a title change?
r class. Very good techniques and tips. I enjoyed the 5 minute draw the best, it's surprising what you can produce with the limited time.
I enjoyed this class. Thanks for the tips :)