In Progress: See Inside a Lettering Artist's Sketchbook

In Progress: See Inside a Lettering Artist's Sketchbook and Process, from Pencil to Vector (Hand Lettering Books, Learn to Draw Books, Calligraphy Workbook for Beginners) 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 finals 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 thanimages 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


10 thoughts on “In Progress: See Inside a Lettering Artist's Sketchbook and Process, from Pencil to Vector (Hand Lettering Books, Learn to Draw Books, Calligraphy Workbook for Beginners)

  1. 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 equations with design thinking I couldn t stop turning the pages plenty of words and beautiful designs to devour.Great re


  2. says:

    4,5 5 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 consist


  3. 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 turned the page, and when I got to the part where she shows the bezier handles in her lettering I almost burst in


  4. says:

    I have a very neutral feeling about this book.Above 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 Quick 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 s


  5. says:

    This was a wonderfully insightful and useful book I love how she walks the reader through her creative process It helped me articulate my own creative process not only for hand drawn art, but for other creative processes such as my writing While not the explicit focus of her work, she offers many useful tips on running a free lance business Her commentary


  6. 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 seem to just be the author showing off their work and then a step by step tutorial on how to do the same exact thing No education on why things work or don t work.This book differs in the fact that the author displays h


  7. 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 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 t


  8. 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 readof what she has to share Here and there you can read glimpse of subject which I would love to readabout For instance


  9. says:

    A wonderfully useful insight into the process of a working freelance artist Jessica Hische has a good eye, a fine attention to detail, and a seriously honed sense of design And she explains it all very well, too It s no wonder she s a sought after resource for so many people and companies I got a few good tips about working with vector art from the book, too.


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