# Practice Uppercase letters

Lesson 10 from: Brush Lettering Basics

Laura Worthington

# Practice Uppercase letters

Lesson 10 from: Brush Lettering Basics

Laura Worthington

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## Lesson Info

### 10. Practice Uppercase letters

Next Lesson: Write Numerals

Lesson Info

Practice Uppercase letters

so the upper case letters tend to be a little bit more complex. You know, we have more strokes going on. There's just more more things happening. And there's also something to note is that when it comes to the upper case letters, there are a ton of alternates, so there's many different ways that you can draw. They like the letter B, for example, and I think we have some examples in here. But what I'm showing you right here is kind of what I would consider to be a basic italic metallic slash cursive. All right, let's take a look at some upper case letters. So we're going to start out with the capital are because the R is really one of the best letters Teoh get going with. It's It has all of the elements that we need to have. We have a vertical sam we have around Bull, and we have a diagonal leg. And so all three of those pieces are used throughout the rest of the alphabet, so really like that's one of the best letters to focus on is Thea per case. All right, so let's are the art should ...

## Class Materials

Worksheet | Lined Paper

Bonus Materials with Purchase

Basic Strokes & Alphabet
Resource Guide
Alternate Letterforms
Tools & Materials List

## Ratings and Reviews

###### lynny

Wow!!! Great class, terrific presenter! Easy to follow, professional, enthusiastic, fun!!! Most CL presenters have at least one of those attributes, but not all. CL Management: have potential new presenters learn from Laura's class. Only one suggestion: Laura's constant hair interference gets really tiresome and irritating. She frequently tosses her hair over a shoulder, and moves her hair behind her shoulder with her hands, and "fights" her hair being in the way during the whole presentation. Very distracting. Laura obviously loves how her very long hair defines her personality, and I'm not suggesting that is a bad thing. But for these short presentations, perhaps Laura would consider corralling all that hair with a loose ponytail, behind her back? That said, I bought the course anyway, as she is an outstanding teacher.

###### Debbie Smith

I loved loved loved this class. So wish I had been there in person. Although I'm not so great with the brush lettering, Laura was so perfect in her teaching and I definitely have some ideas to put into practice.

###### Shawn

This class was amazing it had high energy lots of details . It shared new ideas on where I could use such beautiful lettering I'm super excited to use it in my business and on my note cards! Buy it!

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