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Belle Calligraphy Kit: Materials and Instruction for Modern Script Hardcover – September 1, 2015
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About the Author
San Francisco-based artist and calligrapher Maybelle Imasa-Stukuls has a widely acclaimed and distinctly modern approach to calligraphy. With more than ten years of experience, she teaches her Belle calligraphy workshops around the world. Learn more at www.may-belle.com.
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Top Customer Reviews
1. The nib of the pen was completely bent out of shape when it arrived. It looked like a tiny pair of scissors. I had to spend a lot of time correcting the alignment with a pair of tweezers and this was kind of frustrating considering the price point.
2. The ink provided bleeds when used on the practice booklet. (See the first picture) Seriously, you had one job. Not only that, the ink seeps through to the other side, effectively ruining any chances of you practising on that side. (See the second picture). The paper in the booklet doesn't feel thin or cheap at all, but the ink managed to seep through anyway.
Unfortunately all the other calligraphy kits in the market have terrible design and are not very gifty, so if you do purchase this, be prepared to purchase a few more nibs. Photocopying the pages of the penmanship book is also a good idea for one to get more practice in since there are only two rows allocated for practicing each letter of the alphabet in the book and the ink seeps right through the paper.