Different ways of bubble writing alphabet

Different ways of bubble writing alphabet

So I started drawing my own letters to show visitors what I meant This helps the eye understand the underlying form of the letter and recognise it for easy reading even though it is distorted towards a circle. The instructions are not in alphabetical order but proceed more or less from the simpler letters to the more complicated. Use the stylized shapes on each alphabet letter. Of course, if you want to alter that rule deliberately to create your own effect for a new alphabet, that's different. It was late at night in Photoshop, I was tired, etc etc. If they run along the dividing-line, they will make the letter look pressed-together, and a bit odd. Trace and Transfer Using tracing paper, trace over the letters, but only their outlines. You guessed it. Work outward on either side, filling in the letters of the text to the right and left of the middle. Do what you would with any other pencil sketch: Add ink, color the shapes in with paint, or whatever you like. The way the dividing lines work in these letters is important to grasp so that you know how to draw bubble letters that look fully inflated but not squashed. However, I've varied the colours and textures of the shading.

It will take a few tries to gauge just the right amount of water. I began by drawing round a small plastic pot-lid but the advantage of using compasses is that the point leaves that little hole so you can always easily find the centre of the circle as a starting-point for constructing the rest of the letter Ready?

Ready for C, V and U? Materials list: No.

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And H! Choose Your Typeface Find a font with bold, thick letters. I was having fun. The instructions are not in alphabetical order but proceed more or less from the simpler letters to the more complicated.

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