Introduction to Watercolour Brush Lettering - 21/2/19 - Glasgow

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Introduction to Watercolour Brush Lettering - 21/2/19 - Glasgow

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Thu 21 Feb 2019, 6pm - 8pm
£45 including all materials

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21 February 2019
6pm - 8pm
Dear Green Coffee Roasters
13-27 East Campbell Street
Glasgow G1 5DT

Learn brush lettering in C O L O U R ! Join me for a fun and informal evening learning the beautiful art of watercolour brush lettering at the Dear Green Coffee roasters headquarters in Glasgow.

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.