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The Ultimate Brush Lettering Guide: A Complete Step-by-Step Creative Workbook to Jump Start Modern Calligraphy Skills Paperback – January 17, 2017
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About the Author
Peggy is native to the Pacific Northwest and is a nationally recognized freelance artist, with worldwide publications as a platform artist. Her specialties include hand lettering and modern calligraphy, line drawing, watercolor illustrations and graphic design, while her skills range vastly in the world of creativity. Peggy is an online instructor and hosts an informational blog and maintains an instructional social media to inspire people to create.
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1. CON - It's so friggin hard to read...like it's hurting my eyes to try to digest what is written on the pages because every single text in the book in in either a handwritten CAPITAL LETTER FONT, or in script!! And the lines spacing is very close together making it a strain to read. Like whattt?! I had to put the book down several times because of this frustration. If this book is ever reprinted, please consider using a standard san serif font and then script/handlettering so it stands out. Really takes away from the book. Less is more.
2. PRO - lots and lots of practical great quality content. If you can get past #1
3. Great guide for beginners to intermediate, with tutorials and practice pages
Overall: I don't know if I'd recommend it because #1 is a huge distraction for me. But at the same time I really want to improve my lettering so I plan to keep it.
Hope this helps :-)
*DON'T get the Kindle version though. I thought it would be nice to be able to have it on my iPad, but the pages aren't formatted correctly so each page I had to zoom in just to read it! Plus I couldn't figure out how to print the practice pages either and those are kind of necessary! So I returned the Kindle one and bought the physical book.