Hand lettering #2: Practice with a poster with text

29 Responses

  1. Wow, I think it's cool! Nicely done 🙂

  2. Michelle says:

    Wow that looks good! You're making good progress.

  3. Jenn says:

    Looks nice!

  4. I always struggle with my inner Calvinist when it comes to things like this. They then want to know what the point of this is... Just like with coloring books for adults.

  5. Morgaine says:

    I still write with ballpoint pen, just handwriting, many letters from calligraphy just as daily writing, and somewhere I think... the same, yet different, but no, I don't feel the need to do this, if so, then I did it. I actually did that on my own 😉 An old hobby has come out of the closet again, I always find it funny to see how it comes up and then everyone is busy with it, whahaha

    You are doing well, in the first one indeed, the F is too far from the L, but it is also precision work.

    X

  6. Kim says:

    Wow, how beautifully made! Seems very difficult to do, but you were very creative with it. The result is impressive!

  7. Bente says:

    I have started working on it and I also have the supplies for it at home. But after a few practices I stopped doing it again. Maybe I'll practice again soon.
    It certainly looks super cool on you! 🙂

  8. Christien says:

    Very nice, I see in my environment that this is a new hobby for many people. One is even more beautiful than the other, but I think you can put your egg into it. Also nice to make gifts, cards, etc.

  9. Charel says:

    Very nice! Would love to be able to!

  10. Benthe says:

    I think both your creations are beautiful and turned out very well! Indeed, I also get my inspiration for fonts from Pinterest! Instagram is also a good source of inspiration, by searching for hashtags related to hand lettering. Nice update!

  11. Florentine says:

    Wow how much fun!!! I want to do that too. I would really like to get good at that. You can use that for so many things <3

  12. Wow, nice, I started hand lettering a while ago. The only thing I sometimes run into is that I may be too much of a perfectionist towards myself. So I learn from the handletter group on Facebook: not perfect is also good. And I'm getting better and better haha. Greetings Linda

    • Els says:

      Yes, I suffer from that too... luckily you are allowed to make mistakes :-). It is handmade.

      • I'm increasingly trying to keep that as a guideline. It's often also about the gesture that people appreciate: that you make something for them 🙂 I also saw an idea like that on wooden coasters this week, so nice 😀

  13. M.Th. says:

    Looks good though!

  14. Wow, well done! I'm working on it a lot, it's so much fun to do! I sometimes share a creation on Instagram and I like to give a hand-lettered card as a gift 🙂

  15. Gera says:

    How well they turned out! Every now and then I make a zentangle. But unfortunately I see plenty of room for improvement... The main thing is that you enjoy it! Coloring for adults is also fun.

  16. ricardo says:

    This isn't for me, but I must say it looks nice. I think I would be satisfied with this haha!

  17. Leonie says:

    You're really good at it!

  18. jeapiebel says:

    Practice makes the difference, which applies to everything, so you see. If it continues, it will be perfect. Well done.

  19. DinjaDONUT says:

    Oooh how cool! I'm thinking about taking up hand lettering someday, but at the moment I have to sort out my hobbies (and hobby room) first 🙂

  20. Well done! I think it's great that you mastered everything so quickly!

    ps: you can also link this at crea-cross this week - theme is letters 😉

  21. dirk1heidi says:

    She looks super beautiful girl.

  22. zazazoobeauty says:

    How beautiful! This seems really difficult to me!

I would really appreciate a response to this article :)

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

en_USEN