Letter Candy Workshop - Uppercase Alphabet Freebie!

Thursday, July 27, 2017

Hi all!

If you haven't heard via social media, I'm lucky enough to be able to teach a watercolor hand lettering workshop at The ARTgarage in Green Bay (today)!  My workshop, called Letter Candy, is part of Art Night Out week.  The ARTgarage has been hosting different workshops all week taught by Wisconsin artists ranging from many different topics.

Art Night Out takes place during one week of the month with a different class offered each evening. Each two-hour class is $35 per person with materials, fees, and complimentary wine included for those 21 and up.

I've been asked to teach another class next month, but the topic will be watercolor flowers!


Anyways, if you have taken Letter Candy and have been directed here for further resources, I just want to thank you!  Thanks for signing up and showing up and wanting to invest in yourself.  As promised, here is my uppercase alphabet!  

If you just ended up here because you read my blog, enjoy this freebie!  And if you're interested in learning more and having access to my lowercase alphabet, let me know.  Maybe we can put together another hand lettering workshop!

Please email me at ojmedrow@gmail.com if you were one of my *pupils* (hahaha) and would like me to send you the file of this uppercase alphabet image!

Also as promised, here are the links to the supplies I like to use:

-Pentel Aquash Water Brush (small/fine point is generally my preferred, but I have this set of 3 which is nice for different occasions!  I'm still using the first ones I ever bought, so they're great quality.)
-Canson Watercolor Paper (I'm sure there are more high quality papers out there, but this one works just fine for practicing and creating projects!)
-Windsor & Newton Watercolor Set (This set is a nice variety of colors, you can buy them individually too though!)
-Watercolor Confections Tropicals (Cute marketing gets me every time.  This is a set I've recently purchased and it's GREAT for travel because it's small and a pan set.  Such vibrant colors!)

That's pretty much it to get you started at home.

Again, thanks for your interest in learning this skill from me!

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