It's really easy to get your hand lettering and brush calligraphy from paper to digital using a scanner and Photoshop. Learn how!
This method is especially great because it shows the brush lines of the markers and gives a more hand-drawn feel. Plus, this method isn't time consuming at all.
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Hey, I'm Jenn Coyle, a Philadelphia-based designer, illustrator, online teacher, and minimalist. I blog at hellobrio.com. I love to teach all about digitizing your artwork in Photoshop and Illustrator, so you can increase your skills for client work, sell digital products, and make more money doing what you love.
"YAY! I have been trying to figure this out myself and this is JUST what I needed! Thank you SO much!"
- Mimi, This Domesticated Diva
"This is awesome! I love your tutorials, they are so easy to follow. I just did my first handwritten transfer :) Granted I'm not proficient in calligraphy and I don't have photoshop, but I managed to make it work. Thanks so much Jenn, I never would have though of something creative like this."
- Morgan Brown
"I've been loving all of your hand lettering inspiration! I'll be launching a new blog design featuring some of my own lettering in 2015 :)"
- Amber Burns, Ember + March