Here are 28 ways to letter E in brush lettering, modern calligraphy, and a few more fun lettering styles. Get the free brush lettering practice sheets and improve your skills today.
Brush calligraphy and hand lettering are a popular way to get creative and start a hobby without spending a lot of money or time. This type of free lettering practice makes it easy to develop your skill and try a lot of lettering styles.
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28 Ways to Letter E – Free Practice Sheets
If you’re new to Ruffles and Rain Boots, I love to share free hand lettering practice sheets. I’ve had this hobby for a few years and love coming back to my training. Every day at 12:30 I practice my lettering.
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Really – every. single. day. Sometimes I use the iPad and Procreate to practice and sometimes it’s a pen or water brush. I am sure to practice hand lettering daily.
If you want a quick and easy way to practice brush lettering or modern calligraphy styles, this set of “Ways to Letter E” will help you with the tricky character.
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Tips for Practice
I know, I know. You probably have all the supplies you think you’ll ever need for lettering. :) But in case you need to replace some or want to try out some of my favorites, click here to get my list of the best lettering supplies.
I buy most of my supplies on Tombow or Amazon – Amazon Prime shipping makes me happy, friends, because I’m impatient.
If you’re lettering LARGE (think signs, banners, etc.), be sure to move your entire arm. I know it sounds silly and it does take a bit to get used to, but this is some valuable practice. It’ll help reduce shaky lines and inconsistencies in your loops.
If you’re lettering SMALL (think place cards, cards, etc.), be sure to hold that pen at an angle. Let the pen do the work so your hand doesn’t fatigue. Most errors come from gripping a pen too tight or fighting against the angle, so keep that in mind.
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How to Download the “Way to Letter” Practice Sheets
If you are already getting the Ruffles and Rain Boots newsletter, you have the password you need at the bottom of every email I send. Just go to the Lettering Library, type it in, and scroll to the “Ways to Letter” section.
If you don’t have access yet, sign up! You’ll receive an email with the link and password to the hand lettering free practice sheet library.
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