The people of Skillshare give me a gift card of $25 for you guys.
Skillshare is a place where you can find awesome courses and there’s a lot of classes about typography and lettering, learning about fonts, and more. You can win a $25 dollars gift card by reblog this image. I will choose a random person in the notes and he/she will win the gift card. (If you don’t like typography you can spend it on any class that you like).
I will decide the winner tomorrow at 10:00pm Eastern Time.
By the way you can follow skillshare on tumblr too: http://blog.skillshare.com/
I would so love to win this! - This is a secondary blog from KraftiKat93
I will be filling in this page of my sketchbook using your urls to make the Deathly Hallows symbol. I will post photos of my progress as I go and will sell a print of the work once it is complete. You can check out my facebook page here to see more of my projects.
I will many many many urls to fill this in so please reblog the hell out of this post!
Sorry if you’re getting annoyed at seeing this on your dash, but I still need lots of notes.
I would love this!
Some animal gestures, some done with a Speedball Nib (I think it is now one of my newest favorite inking mediums) with sumi- e ink, and some faber castell orange and roller ball pen. The nib ones were done in 4 ish minutes (except the leopard) and the last picture are all gestures in 1 min 10 sec I think?
We have to draw a lot in our sketchbooks so I do mostly gesture work
Classic Paintings Recreated with ‘Sesame Street’ Characters
Previously: Classic Paintings Recreated with Modern Celebrities
Say hello to the new Magallanes Condensed Family, a contemporary neo-humanist sans serif font designed by Daniel Hernández. Its strokes and terminals are related to the calligraphic strokes from humanist typefaces. It comes with 8 styles, from Ultra Light to Black, each with its true italics. Every weight comes with alternative glyphs for a more dynamic use. Magallanes is the perfect titling font to complement text faces in magazines, logotypes, etc.
Languages supported include Basic Latin, Western European, Euro, Catalan, Baltic, Turkish, Central European, Romanian, Pan African Latin.
Distinctive hand style lettering is an essential skill for artists and designers. Deftly executed hand crafted letter forms are a nearly forgotten art in an age of endless free fonts. Graffiti is one of the last reservoirs of highly refined, well practiced penmanship. The most reviled and persecuted form of Graffiti, the Tag, is seldom appreciated for the raw beauty of its skeletal letter forms. Most tags are removed immediately, and thus the casual viewer seldom has a chance to discern the difference between entry level and advanced hand styles. Within the pages of Flip the Script, author Christian Acker has systematically analyzed the best graffiti hand styles, contextualizing the work of graffiti writers from around the United States. Acker presents the various lettering samples in a clean organized format, giving the material a proper, formal treatment evoking classic typography books. Buy it here: http://amzn.to/1bdPmKs
Download the full editable file here:http://bit.ly/17gZhvj