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John Neal Books is not hosting this class.
With Christopher Haanes
Thursdays, May 19 & 26; June 2 & 9, 2022
Live class in Zoom. Videos available 2 months after the last session.
Italic is one of the most popular and versatile hands. One may ask if there really is a neutral italic. There is much variation even among Renaissance scribes. And there is a multitude of modern adaptations, stretching from formal, almost typographic styles to highly individual possibilities. We will move from simple formal italic to more advanced demos and letter variation. Historical and contemporary italic will be shown in lectures. All levels are welcome.
For more information and to register: https://christopherhaanes.com/italic-workshop/
Some or all of the following choice of papers:
- Arches Text Wove (PS01)
- Rives BFK (PS91)
- Khadi Indian Handmade papers come in several different textures (PS103)
- Daler layout pads in A3 size are good for practicing sometimes. (Not Available in US)
- All sizes of Brause nibs are recommended [Mitchell nibs not suitable]. (N02)
- Pencil [2H] (PL38)
- Pointed brush, for loading nib with ink (BR43)
- Colored pencils (PL05)
- Chinese Stick Ink (IS38)
- Ink Stone (IS19)
- Higgins Eternal is a cheaper substitute, but the Chinese stick ink is highly recommended. (I08)
- Colours are optional, but please use Winsor & Newton gouache. (WNG1, WNG2, WNG3, WNG4)
- T-Square (S753)
- Scalpel blade [no 21 for scraping]
- Adjustable drawing board
- Sandarac powder (S123)
- Ruler (S271)
- Eraser (E13)
- Old cloth
- Water jar (S1005)