Tuesday, July 2, 2013

154 Rough Draft

It is even possible to imitate thick and thin strokes by flattening the end of your pen.  But it's not necessary.  A draft is a map, not a portrait.    

Rough Draft lets you approximate the space that a proposed piece of calligraphy will occupy, and experiment with the line breaks.  Keep it loose and sketchy, so you haven't invested too much in each stage of the design's progress.  

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