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The Calligraphic Line, Part 2

Description

The cola can pen remains one of my favorite writing instruments. It is capable of so many things, from rough to smooth, from thin to thick, from splattered to refined. I will show you how I use the pen and then define some principles by which you can develop your own gestural scripts without imitating other calligraphers. Script is, after all, a very personal form of expression. But finding your own voice is not always easy when there are amazing posts on Instagram every day that might exert a powerful influence over your work. We will look at this problem very closely and see how you can create your own gestural style. Validity: 180 days

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9 Lessons

Info

Welcome letter

Handouts, including assignment

Video lessons

Student Gallery

Brody Short Films

95,00

Material Includes

  • Handouts, including Assignment
  • Recorded lessons
  • Videotutorial Cola Pen

Enrolment validity: 180 days

Requirements

  • Cola can pen (video tutorial included)
  • Sumi ink
  • 3 sheets good quality paper with a bit of texture, weight160gm – 220gm (Rives BFK, Fabriano 5 and Saunders Waterford are good)
  • Reading tip: “The Splendour of Islamic Calligraphy” by Abdelkebir Khatibi and Mohammen Sijelmassi or any text on the origins of Islamic calligraphy.

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