Western Calligraphy Techniques : Calligraphy Reproduction Tips: Part 2

Western Calligraphy Techniques : Calligraphy Reproduction Tips: Part 2


So that’s now, this thing it’s been reduced
a little bit and it’s now white letters on a black ground. Things really pop when you
do that. And then I decided that I wanted, that I wanted to say is it’s all so amazing.
This would be one of my slogans. And so, so I took and I cut out this guy, so that I cut
out and there is like an overlap here, and then I placed it over the original so that
what I have was the white line, see this is actually can you see what I have done here?
This, so this is a paste up. So that the white line turns into a black line, turns into a
white line again. And then I decided that a little bird with it’s wings up in the air
was the character that was going to say, it’s all so amazing, so I did that. And then I
copied this by reducing it a little bit so that it would fit the way I wanted it to on
an eight an a half by eleven, which is the way I can make use of it. And then I decided
that I needed to do a couple of little touch ups, touch ups on the eyes and make the little
pupils a little bit bigger. And maybe a couple of other little touch ups here and there.
And so what I wound up with was a piece that’s done for reproduction.

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