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Lettering on the Go: Beautiful Brush Script

Lettering on the Go: Beautiful Brush Script – 1LS1
Linda Schneider

The beauty of this tool is that you can leave your dipped pointed pen at home, carry the brush markers with you to practice, write thank-you notes on location, and write people's names as immediate gifts. People will be amazed just watching you create outside your studio! While we will first focus on lettering in this class, we will also learn some ornate pictorial flourishes that can go with your lettering. With our fast-paced life, there is often little time to practice in our studio. So doing "lettering on the go" will improve your calligraphy while you are sharing your art form and skills with others.

  • Pointed brush markers: one or more small Pentel (SES15-NA) brush markers (recommended colors: light blue, green, red gold and orange) (M97)
  • one warm grey, small-brush, Pitt artist pen for shading (M43)
  • other favorite markers
  • layout paper (suggested: Borden and Riley Boris Layout Paper) (P09-100)
  • pencil (S142)
  • eraser (E13)
Clear ZIG Wink of Stella brush (M108)


M43. Pitt Brush Lettering Pens
M43. Pitt Brush Lettering Pens.
These brush pens are pigmented, acid-free, and the individual colors are rated for lightfastness, just like your tubes of gouache and watercolor. Because they dry waterproof, you can letter over them without bleeding. Linda Schneider loves using them to write pointed pen scripts such as Copperplate and Spencerian - with a brush marker!

Colors available:
Dark Chrome Yellow 109, Light Yellow Glaze 104, Scarlet Red 118, Warm Grey 1 270, Cadmium Yellow 107, Black 199, Leaf Green 112, Orange Glaze 113, Phthalo Blue 110, Cobalt Turquoise 153, Sanguine 188, May Green 170, Chromium Green Opaque 174, Cream 102, Deep Scarlet Red 219, Green Gold 268, Ivory 103, Red Pale Geranium Lake 121, Sky Blue (Smalt Blue) 146, Crimson 134 and Cobalt Blue 143.

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S142. Design Drawing Pencils
Design Drawing Pencils
Design 3800. Prismacolor Turqouise.

"6H" is hardest lead. "9B" is softest lead, Specify 6H, 5H, 4H, 3H, 2H, HB, H, F, B, 2B, 3B, 4B, 5B, 6B, 9B.

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E13. Staedtler Mars White Plastic Eraser
E13. Staedtler Mars White Plastic Eraser

A highly recommended white plastic eraser. For erasing pencil.

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M108. Zig Wink of Stella Glitter Brush Pen
M108. Zig Wink of Stella Glitter Brush Pen

Add a bit of sparkle to your writing with the new Wink of Stella brush-tip marker.

Specify color:
Black, Gold, Clear, Silver

Limited stock of the following pens: White.

The following colors are discontinued and now out of stock: Blue, Dark Green, Dark Pink, Light Green, Orange, Pink, Red, Violet.

Click to see a color Chart

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