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Welcome guys! In the previous brush lettering post, I showed you the 8 basic brush calligraphy strokes needed to draw the letters of the alphabet. Now that we have that under our belt, let's move on to drawing individual letters.
This post will be updated to include all four videos of letter shapes, but first we have letters that start off of the basic shape: the oval.
Drawing Brush Letters: Letters Formed from the Oval
In this first video, I will show you how to draw the lowercase letters A, C, D, E, G, O and Q. The same principles can be applied to traditional calligraphy as well!
Drawing Brush Letters: Letters Formed from the Ascender Loop
Drawing Brush Letters: Letters Formed from Standard Anatomy Strokes
Drawing Brush Letters: Letters Formed from the Curve Over-Under
Not sure where to get started with brush lettering?
The Getting Started with Brush Lettering e-book was designed to be a guide for brush lettering beginners—for those of you who want to dive into brush lettering but have no idea where to start. This comprehensive guide will get you started with an in-depth look at materials, practice strokes, drills, and next steps for your passion.