The Golden Secrets of Script Lettering: Find Inspiration In Your Handwriting
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Project: Create a Script Lettering using your handwriting11:22
Writing with different tools7:24
Selecting and Criticizing8:22
Sketching and Improving shapes3:44
Refining your Sketch7:46
About This Class
Explore how designer Martina Flor uses her handwriting to create a piece of Script Lettering. In this 60-minute class, you will learn her step-by-step process for transforming spontaneous handwriting into a lettering piece. Martina will give you a insight on her process creating lettering and share tips to to turn an spontaneous/imperfect handwritten expression into a personal and unique script design.
This class is the perfect complement for Martina’s previous Skillshare class ‘The Golden Secrets of Lettering’ and it is tailored for designers, illustrators, and everyone who wants to improve their set of skills for creating lettering. No prior knowledge or experience required!
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This is a great class for people who want tips on improving their sketching and digitizing process. It's also fun to watch a great letterer at work! :)
Self-taught illustrator and designer.
Martina Flor is a letterer and Designer based in Germany. After living and studying Communication Design in Argentina and Spain she moved to The Hague, Netherlands, where she gained a master in Type Design in The Royal Academy of Art. Now settled down in Berlin, she runs her Studio on Lettering and Custom Typography, working in three languages for clients around the globe.
Besides her commercial work, Martina considers here side projects an essential part of her work and creative progress. She's the creator of Letter Collections and Good Type, and the co-founder of Lettering vs Calligraphy. Among her clients we find The Washington Post, Etsy, Pinterest, Cosmopolitan Magazine, Penguin Random House, Harper Collins, Fontshop and Harrods.
Martina enjoys travelling the world to present her work at conferences and to hold workshops to help designers grow their set of skills and improving their design process.