How to do calligraphy letters

Instructions and Things You’ll Need:

* Chisel point calligraphy pen with a width of approximately one and a half millimeters or my favorite: double ended calligraphy markers of large and small letters: two chisel tip (3.5 mm and 2.0 m)

* Lined paper.

1- Calligraphy marker

To begin, select the calligraphy pen to be used. I found the chisel point calligraphy pen with the width of one and a half millimeters to work well for beginners. However, from a calligraphy marker has its benefits too. With a market of calligraphy does not have to worry about learning to use his own pen. It’s best to learn the basics before moving on to the elegant calligraphy pens.

2- Use lined paper. I just use plain line and wrote in a couple of lines at once, but you can also buy the paper used for kindergartens to practice their alphabet.

3- Choose the style of calligraphy that would like to begin with. The same applies here as with the selection of calligraphy pen, home base and then go from there.

4- Prepare your workplace. You can practice their handwriting on any surface hard and smooth, but a sloping desk can make it easier to control the calligraphy pen. Because calligraphy has slats detail and slows the boom control can be tricky, but once mastered, ultimately, improve their handwriting.

5- Enter your calligraphy alphabet over and over until you get it right. You mainly trace the letters a few times before going to a show of hands, but may do better by looking at the cards and try to imitate. Start with lower case and then go to the capital letters. Use small populations without learning problems.