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Tools of the Trade

Tools of the Trade

Do you have a favorite nib, but don't like one of the others?

For example, maybe the round nib is your go-to, but the wedge is your kryptonite?

Did you know that you can create 6 different types of lines from the 5 parts of the wedge nib?

Do you ever wonder why Neuland has 5 different brush nibs?

I demystify these nibs, their uses, and a few of the lettering styles that go with them in:

Tools of the Trade
Tuesday, July 11

Free, or pay what you want.
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In this session, I will cover the different types of nibs and together we will answer the question:

What is this tool designed for and what else can it do?

You will learn the anatomy of each nib and the marks each makes so you can have command and control over the tool.

Who is this session for?

➡️ Professionals who use Neuland markers and want a refresher or are just learning about a new tool to them: like the BigOne Art or FineOne Flex (my two favorite).
➡️ Visual Practitioners (seasoned or new-to-the-field) working in any size: from sketchbooks to wall charts and everything in between.
➡️ Calligraphers who have wondered how to use these tools in their work.
➡️ Anyone who stumbled across this post and is thinking, "What the heck!?!!"

Upon registration, you will receive:

✅ A confirmation email and invitation to join the live Zoom call on July 11.
✅ Supply list of Neuland products (and a 15% off voucher code) and their equivalents.
✅ Handout: a PDF you will want to download and print off prior to the session.
✅ Access to Unlock Your Neuland Markers for you keeners who want to get started.
✅ Invitation and discount code to join the Finding Your Signature Style class so you can put these tools to work for you.

At the end of the session, you will have a marked up zine that you can refer to anytime you are writing with your Neuland markers.

Event Date and Time: 
Tuesday, July 11, 2023 - 10:00am
Event Location: 
Online - MDT
CO 81301
United States
Event Type: 
Free Online Session
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