August 16, 2019 0

Calligraphy Alphabet N-Z : Calligraphy Tips: Writing Letter N

Calligraphy Alphabet N-Z : Calligraphy Tips: Writing Letter N


Alright, now we’re going to continue with
the alphabet, and I’m going to start with “N” and go to the end, and then we’ll do a
little bit of a recap, and then I’m going to talk to you about tools and materials.
So here’s our “N”. Here’s that coming to a point idea that I spoke of with the “M”, and
notice, please that these (I shouldn’t go over a stroke, but-) the two vertical strokes
are much thinner than the diagonal stroke. Now what I would like you to please take note
of is that the “N” is a one story letter, it’s not a two story letter, and the way that
you need to remind yourself that it’s a relatively wide letter is, you say to yourself, the “N”
is not narrow, okay, it is not a narrow letter. The “N” in fact is what I would call an accordion
letter, because if you need to space something, you need a little bit more space one way or
the other, the “N” can take a little bit of give and take in terms of its width. But what
you don’t want to do is end up with an “N” that’s too narrow, so the “N” is not narrow.
Notice the beautiful triangles on either side of the “N”. And let us see, “nature” is the
beautiful word that I chose for this letter. And remember the beginning when I showed you
this, “all design comes from nature”, I hope that you get a kick out of this. When I showed
it to you before it was a bigger poster, and through the magic of photo mechanics I reduced
it, so here it is on an 8 1/2 by 11 sheet of paper; very useful this way, there’s your
“N”.

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