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Copperplate Variations

With Barbara Calzolari

  • Starts 6 Sept
  • 1,000 Hong Kong dollars
  • Live Online via Zoom

Available spots

Workshop Description

For enthusiasts of pointed pen calligraphy, the nib stands as the quintessential tool. Personally favoring Hunt 101 and Hunt 22, Barbara discovered the value of achieving a seamlessly smooth style by transposing the same technique to the brush. Whether utilizing the compact Pentel Brush Sign or the larger Pentel Color Brush, the technique plays a pivotal role in each. The Pentel Brush Sign Pen, featuring a medium/fine point silicon brush, offers impressive versatility. Meanwhile, the Pentel Color Brush Pen, with its synthetic brush tip, emulates the characteristics of a round-tipped brush, while providing the practicality of a pen. Appreciated for its flexibility and ease of use in comparison to traditional brushes, this tool allows for effortless variations in thickness. Whether mimicking a fine-point nib by holding it perpendicular to the paper or creating a blunt tip effect by placing the tip laterally, the Brush Pen offers a spectrum of possibilities. This course is designed to immerse participants in Copperplate Variations calligraphy, utilizing the Nib, Brush Sign Pen, and Color Brush Pen, with a primary focus on upward Copperplate alphabets.

Workshop Schedule

Refund Policy

Fees paid for the workshop are non-refundable

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