Introduction to Watercolour Brush Lettering - 12/1/19 - Glasgow

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Introduction to Watercolour Brush Lettering - 12/1/19 - Glasgow

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£45 including materials & refreshments

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12 January 2019
2pm - 4pm
MANY Studios
3 Ross Street, Glasgow G1 5DS

Brush lettering - now in C O L O U R ! Join me for a fun and informal afternoon learning the beautiful art of watercolour brush lettering at the vibrant creative space that is MANY Studios in the heart of Glasgow’s newest creative hub, The Barras.

We'll start with an introduction to the use of a fine paintbrush for calligraphy and watercolour as a medium. We'll then move onto how to make basic shapes and strokes, building towards creating letterforms and words using my sample brush lettering alphabet as a guide. I will demo things like creating an "ombre" effect with watercolour and how to embrace and develop your own unique style. 

Where you're a bride-to-be planning your wedding stationery or just LOVE colour and the beautiful look of brush lettering - this will be a fun and informal workshop that will give you the tools you need to start your very own brush calligraphy practice.

// Suitable for... //
Complete beginners. No experience with calligraphy, brush lettering or watercolour is necessary, but enthusiasm for hand lettering is.

// Ticket price includes... // 
All of your materials to use for the class and to bring home with you afterwards including: worksheets, paintbrush, watercolour palette and watercolour paper. You will also receive a complimentary hot drink and cake.

// PLEASE NOTE //
Tickets are not refundable or exchangeable. Please make sure you can attend the workshop before booking. This does not not affect your statutory rights.