Copperplate Style Calligraphy
Introduction to copperplate calligraphy, a script which was historically etched into copper for printing. Written with a pointed pen, it is popular for addressing envelopes, and is a mainstay of formal invitations, greeting cards, as well as other print applications. The elegant script can be composed in its most basic style or flourished for a very decorative effect. Students will learn to vary pressure as they write, creating the thick and thin strokes which define this style.
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