Creative Ways Of Writing Alphabets

Setting up the composition this way makes it feel unified and actually serve a purpose. At first glance, this hand-lettering can look a little flat.

The intricate lettering pairs nicely with the simple accent typeface, and is just detailed enough to complement the detailed illustration.There are several styles, including Western, Eastern Asian, Southern Asian, and Islamic.All calligraphy uses the same basic principals to create beautiful lettering.This article was co-authored by our trained team of editors and researchers who validated it for accuracy and comprehensiveness.Together, they cited information from 18 references.This example is unique, because it isn’t all simply illustrated type.Images of flowers and other plants are incorporated and layered over the letters.The heavier weight of the letters allows the phrase to stand out and not be too overwhelmed by the curls, yet it isn’t so heavy that they feel disconnected. The background is a bobbing bottle of moonshine in a body of water, and the text surrounds it entirely.Instead of shrinking the text so it could stretch the entire span of any negative space, the designer stacked it where necessary.The skull is incorporated really nicely, and the curves of the lettering mimics the curves of the skull.The inclusion of the words ‘through hell’ in the skull adds in a nice contrast and breaks up the composition.

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  1. “Write a narrative account analysing…” is an EDEXCEL question stem for the (new GCSE) Paper 2 that has had many of us scratching our heads. So why this strange “narrative account analysing” beast? It was a brilliant experience recently to have met up with others in the same boat on the History Resource Cupboard GCSE course.