People often ask me how I come up with new styles for capital letters using modern calligraphy. Honestly, I just sit down and create as many as I can come up with. Sometimes they work. Sometimes they don’t. And then I go through them and pick which ones I like best to use in my work.
I’ve actually done this with every single majuscule letter, digitized them, and then turned them into free worksheets for you. I’m actually using that free download in the video for this post!
If you want to download those free worksheets for yourself, there are 15 styles for every single letter on there.
You can download them 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 “A” in real-time by clicking the video below!
Let’s Get Started!
Under the Rhodia paper, I used the “A” 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 go 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!
I literally just traced each of them, so feel free to do the same. Again, you can find the download at https://www.thehappyevercrafter.com/freeworksheets
Hopefully you liked at least one of these letter “A” styles (if not more)!
And I strooooongly encourage you to create some of your own! In modern calligraphy, you can pretty much do whatever you want.
And finally, your dad joke…
What is the longest word in the English Dictionary?
Smiles – because there is a mile between the first and last letter