B4155. Creative Lettering Workshop / Riley B4155. Creative Lettering Workshop: Combining Art with Quotes in Mixed Media by Lesley Riley. 2015. 144pp. 8.25"x11". Paper
This how-to book guides you through a variety of mixed-media techniques for adding words and phrases to complement your art. The 24 projects encourage you to explore your visual vocabulary through stamping, image transfers, stenciling and much more. You are introduced to many techniques and tools for handmade letters. The letters used for the quotes in the projects vary from calligraphic, casually hand-lettered, and just handwriting, to digitally produced and to stamped, rubbed, stickered, and pasted on. Includes an inspiring gallery of artists who share their own tips and tricks for creatively working with their favorite quotes. The emphasis is on combining words and image, rather than fine lettering.
B4203. Big Awesome Book of Hand & Chalk Lettering / Rodriguez B4203. The Big Awesome Book of Hand & Chalk Lettering by Dina Rodriguez. 2017. 208pp. 8.5"x11". Paper.
Get creative, express yourself, and add that personal touch with hand lettering! With illustrated step-by-step instructions, The Big Awesome Book of Hand & Chalk Lettering shows the beginner how to master the art of hand lettering, the composition/design of phrases on the page, and flourishes to embellish the design. It also includes chalk lettering, fun prompts for writing, and 15 projects and gift ideas, ranging from gift tags to a lettered poster to chalk-lettered signs for special events. The Big Awesome Book of Hand & Chalk Lettering covers 15 lettering styles - from Black Letter and "melting" to circus and Victorian, as well as serifs and scripts - along with numerous borders, corners, banners, bursts, frames, and other accents.
B3959. Script Lettering and Design / Schneider B3959. Script Lettering and Design: Anywhere, Anytime, and on Anything by Linda Schneider. 2017. 8.5"x11".
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Don’t limit your script repertoire. Like the pointed pen, the pointed brush makes a wider stroke with pressure. In this instructional manual, Linda Schneider shows how you can write Spencerian and Copperplate with a pointed brush marker (or a brush). Create beautiful and colorful script letters anywhere, anytime without having to deal with liquid ink. One section covers brush-written ornamental flourishes. Linda’s favorite brush markers for script are Pitt Brush Pens (M43, M43-LS, M43-LS2) and a Pentel Sign Pen (M97).