Learn Calligraphy.


Calligraphy has been always on my checklist. The art is so mesmerising that you instantly fall in love with it. Gradually, the urge of learning the art arises. Trust me, you can’t resist yourself once you see all those videos and artwork.

So, I decided to tick that off by taking up some courses.

I know.. I know..

You don’t have to compulsorily invest in costly pens. You can do it once you become a calligraphy artist.

What was my process?

Calligraphy pens which I used.

These are Artline Ergoline Calligraphy pens with different thickness.

Then, I enrolled in the course at Udemy: Modern Calligraphy by Maria Tomlinson. It’s really simple since she will teach you every letter in lowercase, uppercase and different strokes. You can enrol for any other course of your preference. Just a zeal to learn is required.

You can also take templates which are printable and practice lettering and strokes.

All my weird practice!
Uppercase and Lowercase letters
Credit: missybriggs.com

Learn foundation strokes.

Different brush pens for calligraphy

Learning something new can actually create many more passages to discover.


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18 thoughts on “Learn Calligraphy.

  1. Wow!! Vrinda, I’ve always found callligraphy cool and as a passing thought – I’ve wanted to learn the strokes but never got around to it! Now reading your post, I feel inspired ✨✌️

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  2. That looks like great fun! I myself haven’t really learned calligraphy, but I did spend a year or so practising my general penmanship with the Palmer method and trying some Spencerian script.

    It’s one of the hardest skills I’ve tried to pick up, and the improvement comes so slowly for me that it’s almost imperceptible, but there is a difference from the before and after.

    Wishing you a great time with your journey!

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