#20MinutesOfCray

When signing up to The Craymunity newsletter we ask you a few questions to help us understand you better—in turn—allowing us to help our audience accomplish their goals. One of the questions asks you to tell us your biggest struggle when pursuing calligraphy. The majority of the responses are pretty much the same: finding time.

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Two Methods To Create Your Letterforms

Fluid vs. Fragmented. Continuous vs. Broken. Two different strokes achieving similar results. Is this terminology contrived to help you better understand these methods? Absolutely. I'll even admit to making these words work in conjunction with Crayligraphy because I wanted something original for you to reference—much like Crayligraphy itself.

 

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CrayligraphyColin Tierney
Basic Strokes: Part 2

As you peak just above the median line, begin to turn your fingers inward and apply pressure. This pressure should be the most you apply out of any downstroke you've previously practiced because the broad edge is going to be less generous as you move in back towards the left.

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