The uppercase alphabet is often avoided by beginners and even seasoned lettering artists.
At first even I was reluctant to write capital letters and spent all my time practicing the lowercase only.
But when I became proficient, I knew it was time to move on and while I was writing words, I definitely needed to write capital letters too.
I think capital letters with small brush tips are even trickier because of the tight curves and little loops. Learning how to write the uppercase letters with any size of brush pen will be much easier with my tracing worksheets. There are 2 styles of the uppercase alphabet for small brush pens and one style for the large. Click HERE if you’d like to see them in my Shop.
In my newest YouTube video, I write out “love” themed words from A-Z using a Tombow Fudenosuke soft tip brush pen and a Rhodia Lined paper pad. Here are the affiliate shopping links if you’re interested in the pen and paper: Just click on the photos below to visit my Amazon store.
If you don’t get my newsletter, you might want to know about the free downloads for Valentine’s Day! I have 2 prints and 2 cards you can print and give as a gift just in time for Feb 14! Click HERE to see the February issue of “Kelly Letters” and access these free printables.
Wishing you all a day filled with love…. xo