Mastering Calligraphy: How to Write in Gothic Script

In this “Mastering Calligraphy” lesson, we’ll be learning what is by far the hardest font but also the most impressive. This font is a bit different than the others because it’s made up of so many small strokes. However, the letters are very similar in construction so once you have a few down, you can do the rest easily! So let’s get started! What You’ll Need Pencil Eraser Black Ink (preferably Speedball or Higgins waterproof ink) Practice sheet Pen holder (the black part of the pen above) Flat tipped pen nib (the shiny gold part of the pen above) 1.

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Mastering Calligraphy: How to Write in Gothic Script

You’ll Love The Talent Of This Artist With These Intricately Detailed Illustrations

Insects are usually one of the most unappreciated animals maybe due to their size and appearance; but once we look closer and know more about them, we’ll find that these…

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You’ll Love The Talent Of This Artist With These Intricately Detailed Illustrations

Create Comic Egg Characters Using the Blend Tool in Illustrator

What You’ll Be Creating Follow this tutorial and have fun creating these cute comic egg characters. This is a tutorial dedicated to the Blend Tool and the Blend options therefore you will use this tool throughout the entire tutorial. At the beginning to create a vector egg then to create the eyes and the sparkles in the eyes, followed by the eyebrows, the rosy cheeks for the female egg character, the hearts in the eyes of the “in love” egg character and finally for the shadows.

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Create Comic Egg Characters Using the Blend Tool in Illustrator

Interview With Graphic Artist and Illustrator Marcelo Schultz

Marcelo Schultz is a graphic designer and illustrator that specializes in typography, and is well known for an illustrative style that emulates the look of 3D. I recently had some time to chat with Marcelo. During our discussion, we talked about several topics ranging from social media to illustrative techniques.

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Interview With Graphic Artist and Illustrator Marcelo Schultz