Hi friends! Today I’m starting a series where I will be sharing some of my tips on how to capture your lettering on video. The first part of this series will cover getting the right tools (spoiler alert: you need a tripod), and lighting. This post contains affiliate links, which provide no additional cost to you.
One of the questions I’m often asked is what tools are needed to get started lettering, so today I want to save you tons of time on Google and give you all of my go-to tools and resources for hand lettering.
Today I’m going to talk about choosing the best paper for your brush pens. Hands down, the question I am most often asked on my personal Instagram account as well as the Tombow Instagram account is “What paper do you use?” or “What paper should I use so my brush pens won’t fray?” Well, friends, today I am going to give you the list of my go-to papers for brush lettering and why you should use them too!