Are you ready to master your calligraphy skills? You and me both! That’s precisely why I decided to create this post; packed FULL of calligraphy practice sheets. So you can master brush calligraphy or script calligraphy.
The drills are particularly helpful!
I’ve been using mine every night to try and master pressure when I’m holding these markers. Practice makes progress. And I’m thrilled with my progress!
The 15 Calligraphy Practice Sheets:
Free Printable Brush Calligraphy Practice Sheets by Random Olive available right here
10 ways to hand letter capitals by The Pigeon Letters
I love Peggy Dean! I’ve taken a couple of her classes on Skillshare, and I love these calligraphy practice sheets for capital letters. The different styles are a great way for you to practice the various movements required when you work.
Printable Calligraphy Sheets from The Postman’s Knock
The Postman’s Knock is another place where I’ve purchased practice sheets in the past. I’m still attempting to master calligraphy with a dip and nib pen like this one, but I end up making a massive mess of my surroundings.
Printable Motivational Calligraphy Practice Sheets from Dawn Nicole Designs
Dawn Nicole has been insanely generous and created a plethora of motivational sheets that you can use to practice your calligraphy. There are 12 pages to print out and use to practice!
Hand Lettering Practice Sheets By Liz On Call
The great thing about these sheets is that Liz created a video to help you figure out how to create those letters correctly.
Free Calligraphy Practice Sheets by Love Paper Crafts
This calligraphy practice sheet is probably for a slightly more advanced beginner, who knows how the size, strokes and pressure work. It’s one sheet which means that you can print it out again and again, or get your hands on one of these paper pads in either dots or grid.
Write Down The Drills via Surely Simple
This post is INCREDIBLE. It is packed full of information, about pens and how each of them writes, tips to help you study the letter A and more!
Bounce Lettering Class by Teela Cunningham
Another class I’ve taken on Skillshare is this Bounce Lettering class by Teela Cunningham. If anything will help you improve your bounce lettering, it’s this. I loved the class, and I highly recommend it.
Basic Calligraphy Modern Alphabet via The Inky Hand
Not only are these practice sheets, but they help you figure out which direction to perform your strokes. So it’s like a little mini guide!
Printable Calligraphy Drills For Brush Lettering & Class via The Lemonade Store
If you struggle with brush lettering (trust me, I can relate!) this class is for you. For the longest time I was struggling to deal with the pressure but video really helped. And practice, of course.
Free Brush Calligraphy Practice Sheets via Pretty Prints and Paper
I recently ordered some of these pensso I haven’t had a chance to practice with them but I do have the worksheets printed, ready and waiting.
Hand Lettering and Modern Calligraphy Class via Skillshare
This modern calligraphy workshop is essential if you’re an absolute beginner. It’s fantastic. I like to take all of the classes that I recommend on Skillshare, and I wouldn’t recommend them if I didn’t love them! If you click on that Skillshare link you can get two months for free instead of 99 cents.
Hand Lettering 9 Styles of Practice Sheets via Dawn Nicole Designs
Dawn has created nine different styles of alphabet styles for your to print out, go over with your pens and then reuse! I love reusing my practice sheets and use tracing paper over the top for the remainder of my practice. Eventually, I moved to lined paper and then attempting to recreate in different sizes.
If you struggle with lettering as a lefty, this class is the bomb dot com. You might even struggle with your regular handwriting practice, you can get your hands on some basic handwriting practice sheets for lefties right here:
Related: Awesome Free Handwriting Resources For Lefties!
Small Brush Pen Calligraphy Practice Sheets via OneArtsyMama
This is another set of sheets for small brush pens like these. Depending on how you like to practice calligraphy, may depend on the type of sheets that you decide to download. You can’t go wrong using tracing paper or a paper pad like this one. It’s perfect to use with markers. Some markers or ink don’t always work well on tracing paper.
One Last Word
In case you hadn’t guessed, I’m a huge fan of calligraphy and hand lettering. Hand lettering I have nailed down but brush calligraphy is another story altogether. I’ve been practising a lot and I can see improvements already. Just keep practising your drills and track your progress!