A quick waiting for the bus thank you to everyone that made it out to #ligaturesyyz
Thought I’d share this ‘M’. Working on some holiday stuffs. #ligaturesyyz
How I currently feel. Thankfully I’m still smiling!
The snow has already melted, but it was a reminder winter is here.
That ‘D’ is something else.
by @hungarumlaut (Via @andreirobu) http://ift.tt/I6uCvz
Shaping up to be a busy week. Gonna need a lot of fuel.
i can watch this for hours
Beautiful hand lettering by Glen Weisgerber. source
(Source: edings, via mlw05)
Anonymous asked: Hi, I love your typography! I was just wondering what tools you use for your brush lettering?
Glad you like it! I use a variety of different tools.
I’d suggest picking up a Pentel Brush (Pocket or Water Brush). These pens have a proper brush hair tip, which takes a little getting used too. Tombow is a great brand of marker with a felt marker ‘brush’ tip. This still allows you to get the thick and thin, but acts a little different then a brush.
Any brush that you can use for painting, you can probably use for lettering. Pointed brushes will be able to give you a better better varied stroke then a flat one.
If you want to pick up some pens, check out http://www.jetpens.com/.
Hope that helps!
I’ve been writing a lot of thank you’s lately. #handlettering