Letter Variation Worksheets – A to E
If you are part of the Cherry family here with access to the free resource library I just wanted to drop in and give you a look into the new worksheets that are available now. I have created some “Letter Variations” worksheets which go through each letter (one page per letter) of a mixture of uppercase and lowercase variations for you to trace over – either digitally on the ipad or you can print them out and use your own brush pens at home. If you don’t know what printer paper to use that’s great for brush pens, check out my recommendations here. The first worksheets that are available in the library are the letters A to E, so there’s plenty for you to get started. Let’s take a closer look at them.
Letter Variation Worksheets: What You Need
All you need are these worksheets (which are now available in the library) and a pen – either a brush pen if you prefer old school, or you can download these worksheets to use digitally on your tablet. If you are going to print them out, I recommend that you print them out on smooth paper to ensure you don’t fray your pens. If you don’t know what paper you should use check out my favourites.
If you are already part of the community then jump over to the resources page to grab your worksheets. If you are new, then welcome! We have a library full of resources to help your increase your pen skills and unleash your creativity. It’s completely free, you just need the password. To get it, pop your details in here and it will be sent to your inbox. How easy is that!
Letter Variation Worksheets: How They Work
If you have gone through the beginner lessons on brush pen calligraphy, then hopefully you should know about the “thick down, thin up” rule. If you have no clue what I am talking about check out the free beginner lessons here to get started on brush pen calligraphy, as these sheets are not for the absolute beginner. We do however have plenty of resources if you are a beginner. Once you know that rule well, as well as all of the basic strokes, then using these worksheets should come pretty easily. Use that knowledge to determine what direction each stroke of the letter is, and practice away!
How To Get Them
Just a last reminder that these worksheets (any many more) are available to those who get the password to the resource library. If you haven’t got it, just pop your details in here and it will be sent to your emails. If you are already part of this community head over to the library now!
That’s it! Let me know how you go with these worksheets – I would love to see them. Feel free to use the #cherrypearlpractice on social media, tag me, or email me your progress.