Jessica Hische (ebook or PDF) In Progress Hand Lettering Books Learn to Draw Books Calligraphy Workbook for Beginners

summary In Progress Hand Lettering Books Learn to Draw Books Calligraphy Workbook for Beginners

Inals for major clients such as Wes Anderson NPR and Starbucks The result is a well of inspiration and brass tacks information for designers who want to sketch distinctive letterforms and hone their skills With than 250 ima. I have a very neutral feeling about this bookAbove all it is very very pretty Well being written by a lettering artist it kind of has to be rightThe content was good as well uick disclaimer I skipped the parts about design software and vectors I letter with pen and paper and I do not intend to change this any time soon partly because I m a broke student and know what the software we re talking about costs Additionally I ended up merely skimming the parts about ad projects I did not find interesting It s just that there were a lot of autobiographical elements in it Hische tells the reader about her childhood and youth in a uite explicit and even emotional way Later when she talks about her projects I still feel like she talks about how she felt working on them than what she did and how she created the artwork Not that those things weren t interesting I found especially the stories about her highschool and college years uite inspirational considering that I am in a uite similar situation at the moment Still I expected less storytelling and explaining techniues so I feel a bit let down I d probably be a little disappointed if I d paid the 19 that it actually costs but I got it from the library so I m glad I gave it a go Also most people probably bought this book for the explanations about vectors and I can t comment on those soI m sure I did pick up some bits and pieces and uite a little inspiration

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In Progress Hand Lettering Books Learn to Draw Books Calligraphy Workbook for Beginners

Ges and metallic silver ink printed throughout to represent her penciled sketches this highly visual book is an essential and entirely enjoyable resource for those who practice or simply appreciate the art of hand lettering. Although I am not much with lettering Hische offers up great observations about the creative endeavor First heard about her in a video she produced specifically When you re first starting out being na ve can be really amazing because you do weird things that people with experience do not know how to do any That beginners luck concept abounds in many of the books on creativity that I am currently reading Natalie Goldberg offers up a similar analysis in her Writing Down the Bones the beginner s mind is what we must come back to everytime we sit down to writeBoth of these books play well with what Macolm Gladwell Outliers and David Epstein Range present on mastery giftedness and creativityLot of just plain good advice this one we should all heed The work you do while you re procrastinating is probably the work you should be doing for the rest of your life

Jessica Hische ↠ 3 review

This show all romp through design world darling Jessica Hische's sketchbook reveals the creative and technical process behind making award winning hand lettering See everything from Hische's rough sketches to her polished f. 455 Let me start off by telling you that the design for this book is on point I really love the use of spot UV and and the metallic graphite colour on the cover The graphite colour is also used throughout the book in all of Jessica s sketches in the book and it feels like you re really looking at pencil sketches The design of the book is very consistent and the lay out makes it very easy to read and to process all the information without feeling overwhelmed As for the actual writing and information in the book I loved it The writing is informative and you feel like Jessica Hische is sitting next to you explaining her proces making little uips here and there In the first part of the book Hische talks about her favourite tools and her lettering process This was definitely the most informative part of the book and I felt like Hische was very honest not omitting any steps In the second part of the book we get to see a lot of different projects Hische worked on Every project is explained and even here Hische gives information about her processI believe this will be one of my best purchases this year and definitely one of my favourite books I read this year If you re interested in hand lettering or looking for some very pretty inspiration this is the book for you


10 thoughts on “In Progress Hand Lettering Books Learn to Draw Books Calligraphy Workbook for Beginners

  1. says:

    Jessica Hische is the genius behind the design of many beloved book covers the whole Barnes and Noble's Leatherbound Classic

  2. says:

    I loved getting to know the designer Jessica Hische in her book in progress It was great to hear her story see her creative process and hear her talk about the finished piece It was interesting getting to see how she solves visual euations with design thinking I couldn’t stop turning the pages plenty of words and beautiful designs to devourGreat read for any designer looking for inspiration or thoughts on how to grow as a designerI love J

  3. says:

    455 Let me start off by telling you that the design for this book is on point I really love the use of spot UV and and the metallic graphite colour on the cover The graphite colour is also used throughout the book in all of Jessica's sketches in the book and it feels like you're really looking at pencil sketch

  4. says:

    I'm a fan of Jessica Hische's work but was hesitant to get this because the pricetag was a bit of a commitment for me To say that it's worth the money is an understatement This book is so beautiful I got overwhelmed and emotional every time I

  5. says:

    I have a very neutral feeling about this bookAbove all it is very very pretty Well being written by a lettering artist it kind of has to be right?The content was good as well uick disclaimer I skipped the parts about design software and vectors I letter with pen and paper and I do not intend to change this any time soon

  6. says:

    This was a wonderfully insightful and useful book I love how she walks the reader through her creative process It helped me articulate

  7. says:

    Great Resource for Learning Hand LetteringThis book was better than I expected In the past when I’ve bought books on lettering they always se

  8. says:

    Although I am not much with lettering Hische offers up great observations about the creative endeavor First heard about her in a video she pro

  9. says:

    This is a great blend between Jessica's life as she becomes a letterer and some basic lettering process She's a lovely writer with a personal and intimate voice that makes you fall in love with her It left me with the feeling that I want to read of what she has to share Here and there you can read glimpse of subject which I would love to rea

  10. says:

    I asked for this book for my birthday and am really looking forward to getting back to it as reference material when i'm over my computer fatigue online uni is TAXING and get back to teaching myself Adobe Illustrator I thought it was a bit too text heavy in the front compared to the gallery of work that followed but i get why it's