It’s been almost four years since my last brush lettering workshop, and while the oral instruction (which makes up so much of the workshop) is not available with this pdf packet, I still wanted to make this available for anyone who wanted a basic skeleton guide in learning watercolor brush lettering.
It’s been a long time since I’ve regularly done calligraphy, but this COVID-19 pandemic has motivated me to bring my old brushes and paints back out. I have no plans to resume workshops at this point, but I hope this free guide is a blessing to you as many of us are spending more time alone at home.
Click here for the guide → TJK Watercolor Brush Lettering
It should take you to a new page with all the material for printing.
For supplies, I usually get mine from Amazon or Blick. (I don’t benefit at all from your clicks here.) Using tracing paper is one of the easiest ways to learn, but you can always get mixed media or watercolor paper and do your best to follow along without tracing.
If you have specific questions, you can send them to me via my Contact page, and I’ll try to answer the most frequently asked questions on Instagram in the coming weeks. ♥
Love in Christ,