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Sunday, October 11 • 1:00pm - 2:30pm
CREATIVE LETTERING FOR JOURNAL PAGES

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Beginning with a brief overview of letters, fonts, and styles, Deb will demonstrate how to create lettering: plain, cursive, and decorative. She will show various ways of adding color, gradations, shadows, and other bells and whistles to enhance your words and letters in your journal. Using page samples from her journals, Deb will problem-solve and demonstrate how to add text and lettering to a "finished" page. Questions and requested demonstrations are welcome!

SUPPLIES: Journal, pen, colors and brush if you have them.

UPDATE FROM DEB SENT OCT. 10 BY EMAIL:
So thrilled that you are participating in this awesome conference. It’s been amazing so far and I’m sure there are more great experiences yet to come.
I just want to give you a heads up about some handouts that I’ve posted, should you want to download them. You do not NEED them for the class, but you might like to have hard copies in hand. There are some font samples and a copy of graph paper that I will be using in my demonstration. 
The writing tools I’ll be using are:
no-photo blue pencil;
pigma MICRON PN and 08 pen,
Gelly Roll #10 or #8 white pen,
uni POSCA PC-1M .7mm bullet shaped pens (various colors,)
PrismaColor pencils (colors on hand,)
chisel tip pens (ie: highlighters, sharpies,)
Absolutely none of these tools are necessary for you to have, this is just informational because I’ve noticed people ask a lot about tools used. :)
look forward to seeing you all on Sunday…

Speakers
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Deb Brady

Deb Brady is an illustrator, graphic artist, and avid nature enthusiast. Her day job is as a sign artist at Trader Joe’s, where hand lettering and layout of shelf signs and display boards (no computers) awoke a whole new respect for words, creative lettering, and styles, and made... Read More →


Sunday October 11, 2020 1:00pm - 2:30pm PDT
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