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How to draw A to Z with 3D letters

How are three-dimensional block letters drawn? Watch this video by Japanese calligrapher Takumi, who methodically draws the letters A to Z in 3D letters. It’s a clear and calming demonstration for all ages. Hit pause when needed.

3D letters in pen
Takumi makes it look simple, but his YouTube channel is chock-full of writing practice. Here’s another 3D letters demonstration, this time in pencil and with a different approach to the 3D effect:

drawing 3D letters in pencil

Previously: Print and cursive capital letters, neatly handwritten.

Plus, watch these related videos about letters:
• City workers paint letters on a London road
• Signing Alphabet (1977) – Sesame Street
• Sketchbook: Medieval blackletter calligraphy
Round hand & single stroke lettering demos by Glen Weisgerber

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