Next up: Letter P!
Hopefully you’ve already watched the other videos in this series. If not, here’s a recap: I’m working on a series about how to write capital letters in brush calligraphy in 15 different ways. I’ve already featured the Letter A, the Letter B, the Letter C, the Letter D, the Letter E, the Letter F, the Letter G, the Letter H, the Letter I, the Letter J, the Letter K, the Letter L, the Letter M, the Letter N, and the Letter O.
I’ve created worksheets of 15 styles of every single majuscule letter, which I use in these “15 ways” videos.
You can download these worksheets FOR FREE at https://www.thehappyevercrafter.com/freeworksheets
First Things First…
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Rather watch than read? No problem! You can watch me letter the letter “P” in real-time by clicking the video below!
Let’s Get Started!
For this post and tutorial, I used a Tombow Fudenosuke brush pen and Rhodia graph paper (my go-to favourites).
Under the Rhodia paper, I used the “P” worksheet from my free worksheet download.
In the video for this post, I traced the 15 styles from the free worksheet. The purpose of this tutorial was to show you how I write each of these in real-time, so definitely check it out. It’s only a few minutes, and you can see me write each one in real-time.
And That’s A Wrap!
15 variations of the capital letter P!
Make sure you grab the free worksheets for the full alphabet at https://www.thehappyevercrafter.com/freeworksheets
And finally, your dad joke…
What starts with a “p”, ends with an “e”, and has a million letters in it?