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studysthetics: 12/nov - trying out writing notes in different styles of handwriting to try and motivate me to do a bit more studying ⭐️

studysthetics: 12/nov - trying out writing notes in different styles of handwriting to try and motivate me to do a bit more studying ⭐️

HIGH TIDE Free Typeface - I love all the shapes and how each letter has a different element making them unique. Would look great over an illustration or as a title font for a magazine. Each letter has a nice diagonal element to it other than the T which i think could look better if the stem was at an angle then a triangle on top like the left of the N.

HIGH TIDE Free Typeface - I love all the shapes and how each letter has a different element making them unique. Would look great over an illustration or as a title font for a magazine. Each letter has a nice diagonal element to it other than the T which i think could look better if the stem was at an angle then a triangle on top like the left of the N.

Today's #BetterLetteringCourse #ExpandYourStyleApril prompt: "Pattern Play!" Kicking things off with something not too far out of my wheelhouse but already thrilled to have these style prompts to interpret all month long! It's gonna be so much fun to see how everyone interprets the style prompts differently!! If you want to learn lettering as a beginner and explore new styles join us in the challenge! Simply enroll in the $20 course using the link in my profile or learn more about the…

Today's #BetterLetteringCourse #ExpandYourStyleApril prompt: "Pattern Play!" Kicking things off with something not too far out of my wheelhouse but already thrilled to have these style prompts to interpret all month long! It's gonna be so much fun to see how everyone interprets the style prompts differently!! If you want to learn lettering as a beginner and explore new styles join us in the challenge! Simply enroll in the $20 course using the link in my profile or learn more about the…

Try to use dots, stripes, lines, curls, italics, bolds, underlines, and different sizes to create your own specific tone and technique. Doing something casual and neat for a friend can include a lot of different types of lettering

Try to use dots, stripes, lines, curls, italics, bolds, underlines, and different sizes to create your own specific tone and technique. Doing something casual and neat for a friend can include a lot of different types of lettering