Cursive Script is at the foundation of script lettering and is something that not all of us had the chance to really learn to any degree of skill while we were at school. I’ve put together a free video and worksheet to help anyone at any level to acquire this skill, but remember that practice makes perfect (or close enough to).
Above all enjoy learning to create something away from the computer and that can serve so many purposes from just making your hand writing look nicer to adding an extra skill set to your design services.
After a great response to my uppercase serif worksheets I’ve put together the lowercase set. This is slightly harder, with more steps on some of the letters, especially the ‘g’. But spend some time each day and you’re instantly see an improvement in how you draw your letters. If you use Instagram then take a photo and hashtag #LoveSerifs and I’ll give you feedback and encouragement. Enjoy!
Want to improve your hand lettering? Download and print off this free practice sheet which will help you to construct your letters by breaking down into simple components. I recommend using a fine sharpie marker and either tracing over them using a layout pad or using a heavy weight printer paper (sharpies go right through thin paper!)
Today’s freebie is a basketball badge in PSD and AI formats to customise and enjoy. A list of free fonts used is included in the download.
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Free monoline badge template to use for any commercial or personal project. You’ll need Illustrator version CS3 or higher to open this and a link to the free font used is included in the download folder.
12 handmade ink stamp rings in vector format. Great for logo design as seen in my previous shot.
Comes in both Illustrator AI and Photoshop PSD files.
Use for any personal or commercial projects.