Hamid Reza Ebrahimi: Writing In Copperplate Text

Advanced, Calligraphy, Ink, Intermediate, Pen | 21 Oct, 2012

After having grid up the paper prior to the start of this tutorial, Ebrahimi shows how you can confidently write the word ‘Calligraphy’ in the popular ‘copperplate’ font which is so commonly used around the world. He makes it look easy but the question is ‘is it really?’… Have a go and see if you can master the art of calligraphy.

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    1. Because writing is made from left to right, right-handed people have writing trailing their hand in a way that is natural for them. For left-handed people, their hand trails through the ink the entire way. Also, the slant is natural for a right-handed person (Essentially, if you rotate your hand at the elbow you’ll see an arc that very closely follows the slant of cursive) but completely opposed to the natural arm movements of a left-handed person.

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    2. so unfair. at my school we were rewarded for writing quickly even if it wasnt very neat at all. so now my handwriting is horrible. i would prefer if i had the choice to write slowly but beautifully then write quickly and illegibly

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    3. If you studied the American styles of writing, you’d know Copperplate was a form of Ornimental writing for documents, certificates, unlike the faster writing style Spencerian, or business shorthand. Well, we reveal so much when we express.

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    4. its also because of the size of the letters and he wants to do it extra good. but this is not the copperplate i would want to see… its not really authentic… too much cerrecting and stuff… rather write at normal size. argh… too many thgings that bother me… i’m gone…

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