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Genre: Art
Date Book: 2013-08-21
Editor by: Watson-Guptill
Format Book: PDF, ePUB & Audiobooks
Download: 168
Languages: English, French and German

In an age of myriad computer fonts and instant communication, your handwriting style is increasingly a very personal creation. In this book, Margaret Shepherd, America's premier calligrapher, shows you that calligraphy is not simply a craft you can learn, but an elegant art form that you can make your own. Calligraphy remains perennially popular, often adorning wedding invitations, diplomas, and commercial signs. Whether it is Roman, Gothic, Celtic, Bookhand, or Italic style, calligraphy conveys class and elegance. Margaret Shepherd makes this ancient art form accessible in a completely hand-lettered technical guide that will: * Provide context for calligraphy as an art, exploring the rich tradition of hand-lettering and mapping the evolution of the most popular styles. * Give detailed technical advice on choosing pens, paper, and inks, setting up your workspace, mastering various pen angles, along with step-by-step illustrations to guide you as you practice. * Explain which alphabets are appropriate for different forms of writing. For example, the Roman alphabet works well for short, unpunctuated passages, while the Italic alphabet is more suited to informal everyday communication. * Encourage you to personalize your lettering by using variant strokes and interpreting how you would like the words to look on the page. * Inspire you with carefully chosen illustrations and examples, which bring letters to life. In Margaret Shepherd's own words, "Calligraphy trains not only your eye and hand, but your mind as well." Learn Calligraphy is the authoritative primer for this age-old craft, and will help develop a new appreciation for lettering as you discover your creative personality.

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Date Book: 2017-10-27
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Languages: English, French and German

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Date Book: 2020-08-30
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Download: 62
Languages: English, French and German

Calligraphy 2. Tracing Letters. Learn the alphabet in print writing, is a book with exercises ideal for the child to learn each letter of the alphabet, after having done a previous training with the graphomotor exercises where the child's hand, wrist, forearm and fingers were prepared for writing. In this guide, the infant will be exposed to the letters that will later form the syllables and in turn, the words. The child will strengthen the muscles of the hand and develop his or her fine motor skills. This book will not only teach the child to write uppercase and lowercase letters, it will also encourage reading. Learning to write serves as the basis for learning to read, since the child recognizes and identifies letters, making their learning faster. Writing gives voice to our inner thoughts and allows us to share them. As a form of communication, writing is extremely important. Writing focuses children on phonics, comprehension, developing their voice and communicating this perspective to others. Remember to insist the child on the correct grip of the pencil, being held with the thumb and index finger, and supported on the middle finger, being careful not to exert too much pressure on the latter. Suggest a correct body position when writing. The child may prefer to lie on his stomach than to sit in a chair, in either case, make sure the book is on a firm, flat surface. The breaks are necessary.

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Genre: Art
Date Book: 2000-05-08
Editor by: Courier Corporation
Format Book: PDF, ePUB & Audiobooks
Download: 192
Languages: English, French and German

Practical guide teaches elegant 18th-century writing style. Each letterform demonstrated stroke by stroke with clear explanation. Write quotations, poems, invitations, more. Numerous black-and-white illus. Bibliography.

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Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction
Date Book: 2007
Editor by: Sterling Publishing Company
Format Book: PDF, ePUB & Audiobooks
Download: 128
Languages: English, French and German

Introduces the art and technique of calligraphy; provides instructions for writing italic, Gothic, uncial, and Roman alphabets, punctuation, and decorative borders; and suggests projects. Reprint.

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Genre: Art
Date Book: 2019-10-08
Editor by: St. Martin's Press
Format Book: PDF, ePUB & Audiobooks
Download: 240
Languages: English, French and German

The perfect companion for pointed pen and digital calligraphers alike, with more than 2,700 letterforms and ligatures, stroke drills, warm-up exercises, flourishes, and simple words and phrases. This beautiful, in-depth guide to modern calligraphy emphasizes experimentation and fun, rather than rigid uniformity. With targeted exercises and lessons aimed at pushing you out of your calligraphy comfort zone, Mastering Modern Calligraphy will not only help you master tricks of the trade, but develop your very own modern calligraphy style, too.

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Genre: Art
Date Book: 2013-08-21
Editor by: Watson-Guptill
Format Book: PDF, ePUB & Audiobooks
Download: 168
Languages: English, French and German

In an age of myriad computer fonts and instant communication, your handwriting style is increasingly a very personal creation. In this book, Margaret Shepherd, America's premier calligrapher, shows you that calligraphy is not simply a craft you can learn, but an elegant art form that you can make your own. Calligraphy remains perennially popular, often adorning wedding invitations, diplomas, and commercial signs. Whether it is Roman, Gothic, Celtic, Bookhand, or Italic style, calligraphy conveys class and elegance. Margaret Shepherd makes this ancient art form accessible in a completely hand-lettered technical guide that will: * Provide context for calligraphy as an art, exploring the rich tradition of hand-lettering and mapping the evolution of the most popular styles. * Give detailed technical advice on choosing pens, paper, and inks, setting up your workspace, mastering various pen angles, along with step-by-step illustrations to guide you as you practice. * Explain which alphabets are appropriate for different forms of writing. For example, the Roman alphabet works well for short, unpunctuated passages, while the Italic alphabet is more suited to informal everyday communication. * Encourage you to personalize your lettering by using variant strokes and interpreting how you would like the words to look on the page. * Inspire you with carefully chosen illustrations and examples, which bring letters to life. In Margaret Shepherd's own words, "Calligraphy trains not only your eye and hand, but your mind as well." Learn Calligraphy is the authoritative primer for this age-old craft, and will help develop a new appreciation for lettering as you discover your creative personality.

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Genre: Art
Date Book: 2006
Editor by: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
Format Book: PDF, ePUB & Audiobooks
Download: 128
Languages: English, French and German

A follow-up to Calligraphy for Kids offers a new guide to the art and techniques of calligraphy; furnishes instructions for writing all-new alphabets and new projects using italic, Gothic, uncial, and Roman alphabets; and includes projects that review fundamental skills, create decorative borders, design personalized stationery, and many more.

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Genre: Crafts & Hobbies
Date Book: 2017-01-16
Editor by: St. Martin's Griffin
Format Book: PDF, ePUB & Audiobooks
Download: 192
Languages: English, French and German

A perfect gift for anyone who wants to learn the "write" way to craft calligraphy. Calligraphy is about creating something uniquely beautiful, whether to celebrate a special occasion like marriage or to use every day in the form of stationery. Author Molly Suber Thorpe, an award-winning wedding invitation designer and calligrapher based in Los Angeles, works closely with her international clients to give them the distinctive products they're looking for. In Modern Calligraphy, you can learn from this experienced expert how to master this fresh modern lettering style. The first book to teach this bold new style breaks the calligraphy process down into simple steps so anyone can learn to create their own stunning wedding invitations, thank you cards, gift tags, and more. Starting with an overview of the supplies—from paper to ink to pens—you will learn how to form letters, words, and then phrases by following Molly's clear step-by-step instructions, and by practicing with the provided templates. After mastering letter forms using a pointed pen and ink you can take it to the next level by learning how to use watercolor and gouache, or how to digitize your calligraphy. The twenty projects in the book provide lots of inspiration for making your own and are grouped into three sections: weddings, entertainment, and personal stationery. With loads of ideas, practice exercises, and helpful tips, soon you will be turning out gorgeous script calligraphy pieces like the ones featured in wedding magazines and popular websites like Pinterest.

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Genre: Calligraphy
Date Book: 2018
Editor by:
Format Book: PDF, ePUB & Audiobooks
Download: 243
Languages: English, French and German

"From selecting the appropriate tools, such as pens, nibs, brushes, inks, and papers, to learning optimal hand positioning and understanding the intricacies of lettering angles, heights, spacing, and strokes, [this book] introduces aspiring calligraphers and hand-lettering artists to the core concepts and techniques that comprise the art of traditional calligraphy."--Back cover.