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Sometimes in the making of a book edition, you get stuck. I am, or was. I’ve been working with a few texts about stars, and had dyed a ..read more
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I’ve been making progress on my latest variable edition of manuscript books, which includes, in part, quotations from presidents 1-44 on ..read more
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The design is complete and the text copy-fitted for my next variable manuscript book edition. I’m ready to start lettering. So I’ve ..read more
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We calligraphers have so many choices! Size, compression, letter spacing, slant, line spacing, ascender/descender length, color, weight, ..read more
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After just a few days off, the hand seems to slip through my fingers when I lose focus, but I am enjoying gothicized italic. This page was ..read more
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I’ve been negligent here on my blog — has it really been two months? to the day! — but I’ve been working pretty steadily in my ..read more
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I’ve been studying gothicized italic, a hand I’ve never mastered. I began by analyzing a handout of a Lincoln quotation that Sheila ..read more
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I’m pleased to have one of my works in the The 37th Bradley International Print and Drawing Exhibition in Peoria, IL. The openings ..read more
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I recently had the pleasure of making two testimonials for a pair of sister schools. As usual, they took much longer than I anticipated. ..read more
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