Happy Friday y’all! I’m so excited to introduce you to my 20 Ways to Draw Capital Letters worksheets today! Over the past two weeks I’ve poured my heart and sanity into creating these lettering worksheets and getting them up in my shop for you to start practicing!
The main set of worksheets is the 20 Ways to Draw Capital Letters Full Alphabet, which includes 520 unique capital letters (20 of each letter). I’m actually referring to this as an e-book or e-workbook because it is so jam packed with awesomeness. The downloadable PDF includes 54 letter-sized instructional PDFs! You receive one sheet with the basic strokes/drills with directional arrows, one blank practice sheet with guidelines so you can practice whatever you need to practice (it’s the final page of the PDF so you can print out as many as you want), and for each letter you receive a grayscale sheet to trace the original lettering artwork I created, as well as a sheet that is more of a traditional lettering practice sheet with each letter in black for reference and gray for tracing. The traditional lettering practice sheets also include space for you to try practicing the letters on your own without tracing.
As a bonus, I’ll be creating FREE instructional videos that I will be posting here (and on YouTube) over the coming weeks to show you how to form each of the letters included on these sheets. Through my lettering journey I’ve found that I have improved the fastest when I’ve been able to see/hear someone else show/explain how to form different letters. It’s probably my biggest aha moment of lettering, so I would love to share that with you guys! These videos will take some time to create though, so please be patient with me as I work on them!
If you’re not ready to make the commitment to grab the entire alphabet, or you feel like you really just need practice on one or a few letters, I have each individual letter available in my shop as well. For each individual letter, you receive three PDFs – one sheet with the basic strokes/drills with directional arrows, one blank practice sheet with guidelines so you can practice whatever you need to practice, a grayscale sheet to trace the original lettering artwork I created, as well as a sheet that is more of a traditional lettering practice sheet with each letter in black for reference and gray for tracing.
I truly hope these lettering practice sheets are helpful to you and can’t wait to create more! If there’s a specific type of sheet you’d like to see, please let me know! I’d love to hear from you in the comments, on Instagram, or via email!