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51 views • October 13, 2020

Copperplate Variations

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Today began yet another aspect of some of these English Roundhand letters. A much more considered approach. These letters, when they become bigger and longer, more languid and legato, really give us a sense of how they were written. So much changes with this different kind of writing you really have to become present with the writing. As soon as that happens, you start to see more both in your mind and on the page. This will be an ongoing series to help get you interested in the shapes we have in English Roundhand but also in the hopes that it will encourage you to do some historical research. Ink - Tom Norton’s Walnut Ink Nib - Hunt22B Paper - London Graphic Centre Layout Paper Grid - PAScribe Grid @pascribe @tncaligrafia @londongraphiccentre @speedball_art @tomnortonwalnutink #pascribe #calligraphy #copperplate #englishroundhand #17thcenturyscript #historicalstudy #research #paulscript #handwriting #letterwriting #historical #practise #lettering #letteringpractice #handwritten #calligraphypractice #lookcloser #writewithintent #noguessing #flourishing #delicate #ligatures #meditation #meditativelettering #meditativepractise
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