Lettering Legend Interviews (What is a Lettering Legend?)
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Great Places To Learn Lettering
Join many professional and skilled lettering artists on Skillshare and learn lettering. Skillshare lettering classes cover many different topics, and accommodate all skill levels, from beginners, to that level in between and beyond. There are always new and exciting skills to be learned as teachers are adding classes regularly, and the great thing about Skillshare is that you can learn from anywhere in the world online.
A lot of what I initially learned about hand lettering was through taking classes on Skillshare, and it has been a truly valuable resource on my lettering journey.
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Learn Brush Lettering is a well presented course taught by two enthusiastic artists, Carla Hackett and Barbara Enright.
This course is great for lefties and teaches you how to letter with a professional brush. I’ve been working my way through the course and it really is good. The lessons are clear and concise, and cover many of the brush lettering techniques and styles you would want to know about or want to learn. There is no time limit in which to complete the course lessons, you get lifetime access. You also get a professional sable hair brush sent to your home when purchasing the full course, and it really is a beautiful brush.
If you’d like to try the course before you buy full access, you can get access to a couple of free lessons.
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Hand Lettering Community & Inspiration
Hand Lettering Reference
Lettering Tutorials lettering reference Pinterest board
Lettering Tutorials decorative reference Pinterest board for ornate lettering