Wednesday, July 7 at 9:00 AM CDT
All Skill Levels Welcome
Learning the Engrosser’s Script from the Zanerian Manual as my mentor Mr. William Lilly coached me. Most people refer to this script as Copperplate, but I hope to show and explain the differences. Learning the lower-case and then the capitals in accordance how Mr. Lupfer taught Mr. Lilly, who in turn, taught me. This would be for beginners and those with experience with this script.
- Oblique pen holder
- Suggested nibs: I will be using a Nikko G nib, but one could use their favorite nib or suggested nibs are Gillott 1068A, Gillott 404, Hunt 22.
- Suggested inks: Norton Walnut ink, McCaffery ink, and Old-World ink. If you have a favorite ink for the pointed pen, use your favorite ink.
- Paper: Pad of Rhodia Gridded Graph paper (8.5 x 11), 5 squares per inch
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Sequence: Journey of Experimental Calligraphy
Fraktur In Its Glory
The Unconventional Pointed Pen
Drawing the Fibonacci Sequence
Itty Bitty Books
In Search of the Essential
Beginning Copperplate Script
A Letter and a Rectangle
Buttonhole Art Journal
(M) Handwritten: The Art of Tattoo Lettering
Season Leaves Booklet
(M) Learning to Sketch Out Celtic Knots
(M) Learn to Sketchnote!
Pointed Brush for Beginners
Loosening Up With Calligraphy & Paint
(M) A Handwriting Called Petrarch
CAROL MEASURES SCOTT
(M) Captivating Color in Calligraphy
The Art of Miniature Painting & Lettering
(M) The Techniques and Secrets to Raised Gilding
ELMO VAN SLINGERLAND
Broad-edged pen: Roman Capitals
Colorful Lettering Composition