This time I have changed the scale massively from the usual Calligradoodle x height of 1″, to 8″. The marker points, (nib), set to 2″. As usual, the whole thing was written and filmed in one take, with no editing, so there may be some small anomalies but I hope that teamed with all the previous worksheets and templates at Lesson 1, and at Luton Calligraphy Workshops 1, it helps to make this most important step in the journey much easier to grasp .
Filmed at Luton Irish Forum Calligraphy Group by Peter Moss.
Don’t forget to PPP and keep watching this space.
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Thanks for this video! Besides being an excellent way to demonstrate proper strokes, I think this could be good for people with limited grasp strength or hand/wrist mobility. I am sure you could also use strapped-together bits of chalk if paper is in limited supply. ‘Smatter of fact, I think I’ll try it.