Hi everyone, In this lesson, we will talk about two points for you to make your own designs. The first is to be able to design two letters and blend the letters of your name and surname with each other. In the past lessons, we worked on the principles of design. we will consider them again. If this is your first time, look at the A to Z Signature Lessons Playlist after this lesson. Secondly, especially for those who have two names or those whose name and surname exceeds 15-20 letters. I’m going to design for them. I will talk about how you can make designs. Now, I’ll show you designs via randomly selected designs for 3 subscribers of my subscribers who participated in the December Signature Design Giveaway plan You can also participate the giveaway plan for January until January 24th, The details are also in the video description and in the pinned comment. Other than that, I do not make personalized designs on request. I am a designer and You can contact me via [email protected] for professional support about your signature. Already you can reach me with this email address from the About section of my channel. Let’s start now. I used two pens in this class. Neither is a signature pen. One is a pencil. Sure, that’s a fat pencil. The other one is a pen. Zig’s millenium series is a 0.8-point pen. It’s a drawing pen. So both are actually thick-tipped pens. Why did I use a pencil? To write and delete; I don’t waste paper. I used this pen so that the thick and thin parts are shown clear. There are two features we are looking for in a signature pen Thin and thick parts are apparent. These two fit this. thick here and thin here. Thin and thick. If these parts become apparent your signature will look more aesthetic. I bought these pens from hobi24.com. You can have a look from there, I will also publish a course for signature pens in the future. Now in this lesson we will try 3 names. Sardar Shahzaib, Enes Çomuk and Imran Ansari. Let’s see what these three names are: I have an S, I have another S letter. Do not close immediately Oh, I don’t have the initials of my name. Because now I’m going to tell you something. There’s an E and a C. I have A and A. Well, if my letters actually consist of similar bodies, in fact an S is already similar to an Ş. It is similar to a letter Z, with the letters U and Ü, and the letter N due to the symmetry in it. The letter E is similar to the letters F, M, B, P. The letter C; G, O, Ö, D, R, P, Q should be associated with such letters. The letter I; as a design related to the J, İ, T, L, H, Y letters. If you flip it inside an A letter, you see a V. You see an X because of its triangular form. If you stretch a little, you’ll see U and Ü. Again, you can associate it with K and W. If you make connections like this Both when making the design as well as watching my lessons will make your job very easy. Well, let’s see. Let’s look at the letters E and C. I use two pencils of different colors. There’s actually a letter C inside an E. You can find it. If you find this, it will be much easier to design your signature. I can also find an I inside an A letter. If you can make these connections; If you can see the parts in the whole, if you can reach the whole through the piece, it will be much easier Let’s start with Sardar Shahzaib. I had two S letters again. Let’s see, how can I do anything. I have to think about it first. I have an S. I have another S. I have a B at the end I have an R at the end of my name again. You need to take a look at all this. Is there an A or an I inside? Remember those flatness and roundness, the balance element? So is the signature design, and so is the design. How can I do something now? I want to link the two letters together. If I do something like S and S. If I do something like S and S. We also had a lesson for the letter S in the A to Z Signature Lessons Playlist. There are lessons published for all the letters. We also worked there in different ways, perhaps more beautiful than the one here. I consider the two letter design now. totally different from before. You can start with a beginning like this. I have two S letters. Then I can write my last name here. And if you rotate like this. Do you remember talking about cloud signature technique Just in case you can rotate like this?. I am turning it. I put the letter in another shape. You can reflect, This is important to us. In fact, we need to be able to convert the letter by seeing the letter while designing. Well, if I do something like this, I’ll turn it around then. Here this range was too short. I’m making another one. I turned two S’s and joined them. I will write the rest of my name and surname here. If you want, you can just write your last name. Again, lines a little farther. I’il start again in the middle. This is really important. they become independent of each other if you start from the beginning, if you start from the end, And I put a line under it, I finished. I’ve tried a few times. It’s not always that easy to write these two S together. It may not be as easy as it looks. There’s plenty of practice for that. You can write like that again. The inner letters are up to you. But it’s inner letters related to your handwriting. We have studied here the inner letters straight. Because my beginning already needs round, flat inner letters. You can finally underline this. In fact, you are emphasizing it as a anchor. We’ve talked a lot about this, so I won’t mention it again It’s up to you at this point, as I said in the inner letters. I am more likely to design such large inner letters. Large and short inner letters. But you can work like this. Up to you. You can make Z without tail. Or with its tail. You have to decide: how are my inner letters? My letters are sharp? Am I working narrow or am I working wide? You should pay attention to all of these in order to achieve balance in design. I underline that I emphasize. I combined the S’s and that’s it. Now I am working for Enes Çomuk. I have an E, an O. Not just for E and O, actually. Rotate the letter E so that you see C. So, every letter we work with is important for every letter at the design stage. I said you could find a C inside an E. Think of an O here. I will combine E and C in its roundness. Can I do something like that? It looks like an O and a C. But how can you think about that? Think of it as a small E. But here I am breaking in the middle now and look an uppercase E. Let me emphasize a little more my name with uppercase E. You can also make such a beginning It is a stylish and powerful start. Now, if you’ve noticed, I’m working oblique. We just worked straight on our first name. I worked especially straight. Now I’m particularly inclined. If you notice that I’ve started narrower and longer. Now I’m practicing. You can do it in your own name. Whichever letter you have in your names. Of course, just this course is probably not enough. Now you’re just grasping; You see. and you say Oh, that it was. Let me finish K short now. I’m gonna show you something else. You could extend that. Oblique. You actually notice the slope here. I could put that down a little. You actually notice the slope here. I could put that down a little. I raise the slope more. Again, I proceeded with small inner letters. Small but specific, clear inner letters. Be careful. But something is missing here. That’s not the end, is it? Have you noticed? I’m trying to go back to this beginning again and again. I write my name right back in the middle. not the beginning, not the end. And return from the end of K. not the beginning, not the end. And return from the end of K. But if you stop here, it will not look good if you write like this. I’m going to show this much more elegant way of going back. I never wrote C again because I did. K’s line is a little crooked. I think it is noticed from there. I think it’s about my sitting style. My hand was not very comfortable in that part. I’il make another one. I’m going straight back from K. and I pass it through E and C. This tiny movement that I made takes the signature to a whole new dimension. I stopped here and continued. I went down. There’s a lot of difference between this and that. Both in terms of design and meaning. . So if you leave this gap and pass it through It will be much more elegant. Let me try one more. I could have done something like this; I could have left it short. But here’s a straight thing that needs your signature. It looks pretty obvious, actually. Wouldn’t you do that? It would be, but if you go back after this return and go through this way It will be a very stylish design. Again, the inner letters are up to you here. What am I doing; going back, I leave a space. And we came to our last design. I work for Imran Ansari. We have an I here; we have an A letter. Now, the letter I in the letter A; Think of what we did in that beginning of the lesson where I can also work with the letter A as the capital A, uppercase A. I can also work as a lowercase A. Now, let me start with an I. Let me continue with my name And then let me write the body of the little A. I can do this A. I can do this A. Now I’ll try to be more minimal. I’m going to work straight and minimal. Parts of my signature will look a bit like geometric shapes. And I made an A like that. Again, I ended with end like this. Here again, you can see both the capital A and the other A as rotating at the end. This is a practical, minimal and complete design. I link the inner parts of my signature to a triangle, a circle, a square, a rectangle. First I write my initial. Then I finished Ansari I put the dot of A with the turned A. Finally, I add the body of A in front of I. And I’m moving right in the middle. This is really important. I use an R in my inner letters. You can use a different R. I don’t work oblique, I work straight. I created such a signature. I have circles in my signature, there are straights. I try to write them in harmony with each other. I want it to be simple and balanced. We have already talked about these elements of balance throughout the course. We mentioned that there should be hierarchy, we need to create harmony with the opposites. I want to draw attention to this. If you wrote from below, your inner letters would be an incompatible signature. We centered and we worked out. We don’t want that. We want it to be like this. If you have already noted that in other designs we have also emphasized it. Make sure your signature is in balance. you should pay attention to this because of its aesthetic and design dimensions. So we came to the end of our lesson; what have we done? I will briefly summarize it as follows. We combined two S’s in our first name. We centered the inner letters. We just wrote the initial. We said that you can use the last two syllables by removing the first two syllables of the surname. In our second name, we also designed two letters. We combined E and C. We made a comeback from the last letter k and through our initials E and C. We worked a little minimal in our third and last name. In fact, we worked with simpler lines similar to geometric shapes. We wrote the initial of our first name. We used lowercase A instead of uppercase A in the initial of the surname And we highlighted the final point. Instead of working the full name, we only studied the initials. We could work by choosing syllables from within. we worked in our first name if you remember. And that’s it for today. See you next time, goodbye.