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What will i learn? In this 3 hour workshop we will go over the basics of brush lettering and floral illustration with a brush pen. We will teach you the correct hand position, and you will develop an understanding of how applying the correct pressure will allow you to create different stroke thicknesses. Over the course of the workshop we will go over uppercase and lowercase alphabets, and the basics of observational drawing which will allow you to create beautiful florals.

Workshop will take place at TORA, an embodiment of both Western and Japanese fusion delights catered to the local taste buds. All workshop participants will get 10% off the menu.

Guests will bring home a B6 or square art print of their choice.

Our instructor, Dora Ho, is a textiles and graphic designer with a background in fashion textiles. Her passion for everything related to textiles, paper goods and typography allows her to creatively work with a variety of projects from different industries and with varying styles.

A Little About Brush Lettering
Brush lettering dates back centuries to when the Romans and Greeks were forming their letter-forms. Brush letter-forms became widely popular in the 1800s and early 1900s when sign-painting was needed for nearly all advertising needs, storefronts, etc. It was widely used because of its speed and functionality.

Brush lettering is still used to this day because the tradition was passed down through apprenticeships. What's really cool is that all sign-painters have their own quirks and techniques to make their brush script. That means that nearly every brush-script letter-form looks completely unique

Workshop Details
Time : 2pm- 5pm
Location : TORA, Concourse Skyline #01-08, Singapore199600
Materials provided : Brush pen, Ink, Cardstock, Lettering guide, Floral guide
Class is limited to 10 pax per session, age 9 and above. Minimum of 6 pax to start.

Kindly leave your names (to receive a customised placecard) and if you are left or right handed under the 'notes' section upon checkout.
All workshop fees are non-refundable but transferrable. 
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