By Barbara McGuire
I've got over 20 polymer clay books and this can be by means of a ways the simplest. Her designs are lovely and very make me are looking to push my envelope. it really is turn into my go-to e-book for thought, thoughts, and assets. One tiny challenge: because the publication used to be released see you later in the past, a number of the businesses indexed for the attractive rubber stamps she makes use of are both into bankruptcy or just can't be came upon.
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Of course It cannot be used for lower-case it has its limitations. letters or for the Roman numerals. 44 « Jill the c^ear aroiin J LIME Drimic Fig. 20 You will observe that most of the letters are shaded in light gray. This shading tint is made by adding a very little black to any white show-card ink. By this touch of gray shading, even the plainest lettering can be made to stand out as if raised. Letters look their best when the shading is done at the left, although some prefer to shade at the right.
Don't be too careful when making your first attempt at lettering. Boldness of stroke is w^hat counts. " The cost of paper and cardboard makes it rather expensive to use for practicing, and for this reason the writer suggests the use of old newspapers, especially Help Wanted pages, as these are free from heavy face upright and horizontal column lines are already ruled and act as a guide for letters. This will Rereduce the cost of practicing to the minimum. member to have the ink as thick as it can be conveniently worked when lettering with the brush.
To successfully master all the curved and circular strokes used in forming the round letters such as B, C, D, G, J, O, P, Q, R, S, and U, it will be necessary for the beginner to have a correct structural formation firmly imprinted in the mind's eye. Otherwise preliminary practice on drafting, formation, or the movements necessary to successfully lettering will be misdirected. The best w^ay to become familiar with the fundamental principles governing correct lettering formation is to place a piece of thin white paper over these letters and trace them out with a pencil, brush or stub lettering pen.