Hello friends! Today I have a very special freebie for you created by Olivia from Random Olive. If you’ve been wanting to learn brush lettering or want something to practice, you’re in luck!
Today’s freebie is a brush letter practice sheet that you can print out and practice on. Use your brush pens, paint brushes or brush markers to practice with. Scroll down to get download instructions.
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If you’ve never tried brush lettering before, here’s what you’ll need:
1. You’ll need some kind of brush pen. There are so many to choose from so if you don’t have a clue, here are my choices:
2. Paper. You can print this sheet on normal office paper. There’s no need to get fancy when you’re just practicing.
That’s it! Draw your letters on top of the ghost letters, using heavy pressure to get the thick downstrokes, and light pressure for the thin upstrokes.
To download this sheet simply fill in your email address below and an email from Random Olive should arrive with the link to download.
If you want to practice all the letters – lowercase, uppercase and numbers, I highly recommend Random Olive’s Brush Letter Practice Guide. This was the first guide I used when I started learning brush lettering. Check it out here.
I chose the phrase, “good things take time” for this reason: When you’re learning a new skill like brush lettering it can be easy to get discouraged when you don’t see any improvement. It’s the same with losing weight, for example. It can take a while before you start seeing results. But don’t fret. Remember that good things take time and that Rome wasn’t built in a day. Keep practicing – every day if you can – and you’ll reap the benefits.
Have any questions? Feel free to ask below in the comments.
Want to practice more? Here’s another free brush letter practice sheet.