I’m sharing with you how to hand letter E in ten lettering styles. This is uppercase E and lowercase E using brush pen lettering. The goal is to help you with your hand lettering alphabet whether you are a hand lettering beginner or a pro. In my own life, I’ve noticed that lettering can give us confidence. However, that confidence won’t come if we believe that there is only one way to letter each letter. You get to create your own lettering style. I hope these 10 ways to hand letter E gives you some lettering inspiration.
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Feel free to practice the letters in this image! The pens used for this post are Staedtler Marsgraphic Duo markers. *As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.* I compared these to Tombow Dual Brush pens in this video.
Free Lettering Practice Sheets to Hand Letter E
In my Insider Scoop (weekly newsletter) I email a free lettering practice each week. Right now I’m sending my 26 Ways to Letter practice sheets. I hope this gives you some brush lettering inspiration to branch out and create your own style. Along with the free practice sheet, I also give a Scoop of Confidence where I share something about confidence in lettering that has been on my mind for the week.
Hand Lettering Inspiration
How do you learn from someone without copying them exactly? Do you want to learn a specific skill? But then you want to have your own style? These are great questions! My biggest advice is to learn from as many sources as you can. Don’t stick with only one way. That’s why I give you 26 Ways to Letter instead of just one way to do the alphabet.
Last summer I took a botanical line drawing class on Skillshare. I love flowers so I was excited to learn. But when I added these line flowers in my pieces, I didn’t like them. WHAT? But they look so good when everyone else does it. It wasn’t that mine didn’t look good. I didn’t like how they looked… they didn’t fit my style. Yes, that’s possible! To look at someone’s lettering or art and totally love it. And then not want to do it in your own style.
This is a huge reason I love Skillshare so much. You can explore all kinds of skills without breaking the bank. You can take any class for free with a Skillshare membership. It was the best money I spent last year because even my husband has been taking classes. Sometimes we learn watercolor together. Sometimes we learn how to bake macarons. That has nothing to do with lettering directly, but you never know when what you create will spark some inspiration. I love that I can learn all kinds of things and I get to pick and choose how I will add them to my own unique style. Try Exploring.
I teach a few Skillshare classes myself. You can sign up for a free two month trial of Skillshare and take all the classes you want. I personally love Skillshare and pay for the premium membership each year. It has been so beneficial to my art and business. I teach classes including Lettering Videos, Hand Lettering Connections, and Rainbow Watercolor Backgrounds.
26 Lettering Styles to Hand Letter E
Do you want to practice your letters with me? Here is my YouTube video with 26 Ways to Letter E.
Free Resources to Learn Hand Lettering
In conclusion, if you liked what you read here and you want to get a free lettering practice sheet each week, sign up for the Insider Scoop!