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They’re not too tricky to learn how to draw yourself.
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They're so easy, you'll be sketching great letters in no time.
Mary finishes up the rest of the video by discussing how to know where to put the thicks/thins for more dynamic letters.
You don’t want too much or too little, so experiment and practice first. To paint the letters, drop in watercolor paints and let the colors pool, allowing them to migrate and swirl to fill the letterform. Watch the color spread throughout the letter, giving it a somewhat marbled look.
Tilt the paper as needed to allow the color to spread through the water. Using the tip of the end of a marker, add dots to the letterforms.
In this post, you'll see an excerpt from Mary Kate Mc Devitt's Skillshare class on hand lettering.
Mary will walk you through four simple steps to creating beautifully complex letters.