Best Ways to Learn calligraphy


Hold the Pen Properly

One of the best ways to learn calligraphy properly is to make sure that you're holding the pen correctly. Calligraphy pens are practically pens, but they're held a little differently than most pens we use in our daily lives. The rule of thumb is to hold the pen at a 45-degree angle to your paper and keep your grip loose. If your grip is too tight, you're going to get fatigued early, which will show in your calligraphy as well. 

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