Grow your skills and develop your own style with daily practice!
This workbook is the seventh in a series designed for busy beginners who want to learn the art of Brush Calligraphy.
All of the tricky letter combos in this workbook were once my readers specifically told me they struggle with.
Commit to doing just one worksheet every day for 60 days and keep track of your progress with the included checklist!
This is a digital download. No physical items will be shipped.
Brush Calligraphy newbies should complete 30 Days of Drills and 30 Days of ABCs for Small Brush Pens prior to doing this workbook.
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This workbook is a total of 70 Pages, split into 3 PDF files.
10-Page Quick Start Guide with supply recommendations, tips, and tricks. Includes intro message + Video Lessons (with Traditional and iPad instructions), and a Practice Checklist and Goal Setting Sheet to keep you motivated and on-track.
60 Days of Celestial Calligraphy for Small Brush Pens. This is split into two 30-day PDF downloads.
You'll focus on one combo each day and practice the combo and two words containing the combo each day in a classic and bouncy style by tracing over a light gray version of my brush lettering as shown in the promo images.
JPGs of all 60 worksheets are also included for Procreate/iPad users. Simply open Procreate, then open the photo from the main menu page. Add a layer and start practicing. My DND Basic Brush and DND Fude Procreate Brush are ideal for these worksheets. Check out the bundle under the "Lettering" section of my shop.
For all 60 days, you work with a small brush pen (The Tombow Fude is recommended). Supplies are simple and specific recommendations are listed in the workbook. All you need is for this print-at-home workbook copy paper and a small brush pen.
As these are eBooks, no hard copies will be mailed. No markers are included. These are delivered in a zipped file. You need to unzip the file to access the ebooks in the folder.
On a computer: save the zipped file to your desktop, uncompress it, and then print and practice!
On your phone/iPad: If you are downloading directly to a mobile device you will need to install an app (such as FileExplorer Free) onto your iPad/phone FIRST, then you will be to open the zipped file.