Here are 28 ways to letter F 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 F – Free Practice Sheets
If you’re new to Ruffles and Rain Boots, I share a lot of free hand lettering practice sheets. I’ve had this hobby for a few years and love coming back to this hobby each day just after lunch. Because it’s just after lunch and sometimes I am pressed for time, I created these quick brush calligraphy practice sheets that focus on just one letter.
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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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Are you pressed for time or don’t have a printer handy? Pin this to your favorite hand lettering pin board or share it to social media. Either way will help you find it when you’re ready to begin.
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Tips for Using These Letter F Brush Calligraphy Sheets
Whether you’re a beginner or you’ve been lettering for years, the basics never get old. And sheets like these really help you to decide on your signature style. Below are a few tips:
- Always practice a few basic calligraphy strokes each time you pick up your pen or brush pen.
- If you are using a paint brush, select a round, size 4 or 6 for this set. Remember, you don’t have to keep your brush at an angle like you do the brush pens.
- The right pen matters (small or large), so click here to get my list of the best lettering supplies.
- When using your brush pen (any size), make sure your elbow is on the table and your wrist is turned at an angle.
How to Download the Ways 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 in the password, and scroll to the “Ways to Letter” section.
If you don’t have access yet, sign up (form above). You’ll get the free hand lettering library link and the password.
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