Tight pencil for my holiday card—swipe for the rough thumbnail. To grab a set of cards, click the link in my bio.
In case you’re curious, the thumbnail drawing is roughly 2 × 3 in. (5 × 7.5 cm), while the tight pencil sketch clocks in around 5.5 × 7.5 in. (14 × 19 cm).
A piece of Spencerian Lettering seemed like the appropriate style to express the season’s greeting. The style bears little resemblance to Spencerian penmanship from the mid-nineteenth century, but unfortunately American advertising letterers of the last century had the habit of referring to practically any cursive script even remotely related to roundhand as Spencerian, likely because of the prevalence of the handwriting method in US at the turn of the century. By the time letterers like Tom Carnase and Tony DiSpigna had developed their unique spin on roundhand in the late 1960s, the name Spencerian Lettering had already stuck. Oh well.
Бешеной собаке семь вёрст не круг, Художнику в радость рисовать, поэтому он взял не тот размер футболки! 🙈 Рассеянный с улицы Бассейной... А часто у вас бывает, что делаете-делаете и замечаете, что не то, что надо?
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