How to Write ‘Happy Father’s Day’ in Calligraphy

Happy Father's Day in brush lettering calligraphy

Let’s not forget to celebrate Happy Father’s Day with your Super Dad even you are stuck at home. Make this special day the best by giving your dad a day that shows him just how special he is to you. Wish him Happy Father’s Day by making him a card with your handwriting.

Art Supplies

  1. Brush Pen: small-size tip (Pentel Fude Touch Pen, Pilot Futayaku Double-sided Calligraphy Brush Pen, Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Pen)
  2. Paper size: A5 or A6
  3. Thickness: 200gsm/300gsm
  4. Paper materials: Glossy or Photo paper

Download the free practice sheets and start writing today!

Happy Father's Day Calligraphy Practice Sheets

How to Write ‘Happy Mother’s Day’ in Calligraphy

Mother’s Day is near the corner. Pick up your brush pen and start making a special card for your mom and tell her how special she is.

Art Supplies

  1. Brush Pen: small-size tip (Pentel Fude Touch Pen, Pilot Futayaku Double-sided Calligraphy Brush Pen, Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Pen)
  2. Paper size: A5 or A6
  3. Thickness: 200gsm/300gsm
  4. Paper materials: Glossy or Photo paper

Download the free practice sheets and start writing today!

Happy Mother's Day Calligraphy Practice Sheets

Intro to Loose Watercolor Florals for Beginners

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If this is your first time doing a watercolor painting and you have no ideas what to prepare, perhaps you may find the list below helpful:

Supplies

  • 1 x Pentel Aquash Brush Pen (Broad and Fine Point)
  • 1 x Watercolor set and palette
  • Watercolor papers (200gsm/300gsm)

 

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How to Improve Brush Lettering

Here are some of the common issues with brush lettering beginners:

1.Shaky upstrokes

Go slow and focus when you are practicing your upstrokes. Movement should be generated at your wrist when you create a thin upstroke.

2.Thick Upstrokes

Focus on consistency to build your muscle memory. The small brush tips create finer and thinner upstrokes. If you notice you have thick upstrokes, try to add more pressure on your downstrokes to create contrast in a letter.

3.Inconsistent slant

Use guideline sheets to keep a consistent slant. Hold your pen 45 degrees to the paper to create a slant line. Always reflect and look at the slant of the previous stroke to improve your consistency.

4.Small Loop

Collapsed loops are due to transitioning too early from thick to thin or vice versa, not enough contrast between down and upstrokes. Always go slow and make a conscious effort to be consistent

5.Heavy/ Uneven Underturn

It is common to see beginners create heavy bottom under turn or uneven pressure on transitioning between thick/ thin strokes. Start off with full pressure downstrokes and when you move toward the bottom/baseline, slowly reduce the wrist pressure to create a thin upstroke
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Comparison between hand lettering without guide sheets and with guide sheets