The Lettering Course

A hand lettering course for beginners

Raise you hand if...

You've been drooling over all those lettering designs you see on Instagram.

Wish to learn hand lettering but you just don't know where to start.

Went into an art store and couldn't figure out what tools you need and what tools are just a waste of money.

Brush lettering is just sooo dreamy and you want to learn it now. But wait, you only have Crayola markers on hand.

You're struggling to come up with nice layouts for your pieces.

Want to add a bit of fun and color into your lettering art.

If you raised you hand to any of the above?
Then you are in the right spot.


In this course you will learn the basics of hand-lettering, layouts, color theory, a whole bunch of tools, lettering styles and much more.

What if your dream of becoming a hand lettering artist was just around the corner?

Here’s a secret: It is!


Want to know how The Lettering Course will HELP you? After completing the course, you’ll...

• Have the necessary knowledge on typography rules so that your lettering looks pleasing to the eye.

• Have the practice sheets so that you can get better at strokes and brush handling.

• Be on your way to creating a variety of lettering art pieces with some of the different techniques you'll learn

• No longer feel mystified by the vast amount of supplies out there because you will learn which tools are best for you and your project.

• Finally feel the confidence and drive to start on a brand new journey in the lettering world with the help of #theletteringcourse community on Instagram and on the Facebook group.

What is Lettering?

Calligraphy vs Lettering
Calligraphy is writing letters while lettering is the art of drawing letters, with lettering you can use erasers, markers, chalk and crayons, whatever other tools you want to sketch and perfect your letters so that they look like they have been illustrated, each letter is unique and each is custom-made.

Lettering is when you create your letters from scratch they look the way you want them to look for a specific project where as and typography the letters have already been pre-made by someone who designed the typeface are you doing typography is rearrange those letters to make them look the way you want the individual letters themselves.

You will learn
In this course we are learning about lettering, you are going to sketch and doodle and write and play with all kinds of tools because you are creative and nothing can stop you. So dig deep into your creative soul and find that spark.


What do I get from this course?

• Lifetime access to all lessons in this course as long as TwoEasels is in business.

• Fully responsive so you can view the course on a device of your choice.

• 54 pages of practice sheets including different strokes and the whole alphabet, upper and lower case

• 2 sheets of grid templates (so you don't need to buy grid paper)

• 30 sheets with different fonts in different sizes for you to trace and practice

• A Facebook group where you can ask questions and interact with me and many other lettering artists.

• A 5 day project, where you will go from sketch idea to a finished, digitized and printed piece of art.


What people are saying...

I loved everything about this course! I've learned a lot more than just how to draw letters, you've sprinkled in the art side of it. Lettering is a beautiful art, and you've made it fun to learn. I'll be watching every video over and over again!

I've been interested in hand lettering now for awhile but two things held me back:

1) I didn't know where to start, and 2) I wasn't sure I could do it. This course is great because it tells you exactly what you need (or don't need) and gave me confidence that I can do this! Just play around and don't be afraid. I really love the grid and practice templates! Thank you!



To start practicing

  • Pencil + sharpener (or mechanical pencil)
  • Paper (sketchbook or loose printer paper)
  • Eraser
  • Printer to print out the practice worksheets

To create a finished piece

  • Choose from a list of supplies we go over in Lesson 3. (brush markers, crayola markers, watercolors, ink, nibs, pens, and paints)
  • Lightpad or tracing paper
  • Your choice of paper for final piece (watercolor, marker or bristol paper)

If you wish to digitize it

  • Scanner or a good camera
  • Photoshop or free 30-day trial of it
  • Printer and good quality paper to print on

Your Instructor


Hi, I’m Veronica, I create colorful and fun art. For the last couple years I have developed a crazy, head over heels love for hand lettering and watercolor paints and I can’t wait to share my knowledge with you.

Boring facts:

BFA in Graphic Design from The American Academy of Art in Chicago
Worked as a pre-production artist for a print company
Left that company to become a freelance artist.


Frequently Asked Questions

How long will the course last?
It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
What tools do I need to get started?
All you need is a pencil, eraser and paper. Don't go spending money just yet, wait till lesson 3 and then decide what you want to experiment with.
Will I learn about calligraphy?
No, this course is about hand-lettering. Calligraphy is totally different.
Do I need to buy Photoshop?
No, but it is recommended you have it once you get to lesson 5. You can download a free 30-day trial from
Will I be able to get feedback?
You can post your progress and practice to Instagram using the #theletteringcouse and ask for feedback or post to the Facebook group. I will be there to comment and help.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.
How do I get the worksheets?
All the worksheets and downloads are available below the videos that they are mentioned it. As well as the welcome page.

Grab your pencil and let's do this!

Get started now!