In the fifth and final part of this video tutorial series, lean about the final images and how you can freely use them yourself. Also check out my final thoughts on the project.
In part 4 of the video tutorial series, learn about how the final circular calligraphy border image processing was done using open source GIMP software. Keep in mind that this video is designed for GIMP users who have an intermediate skill level.
In part 2 of the video tutorial, learn about inking the work, and about the templates that you can download from this post, and how they work with the paper and drafting board you use.
For me this was a medium sized calligraphy and graphic arts project. I walk you through the making of the entire project in this 5 part video tutorial series.
If you are using the IE browser and are unable to view this, kindly visit my youtube page to watch the video at: www.youtube.com/user/steveczajka
I am proud to say that this amazing artwork was done by my sister, Chris Davis of Burlington, Ontario, Canada. I have been following her artwork over the years, but when I saw this piece (a charcoal sketch) I was absolutely blown away. I think her artwork is incredible. I asked her if she would be willing to do a collaboration with my calligraphy and here is a preview of the works. I will blog about these three pieces in great detail over the next few weeks, but for now check out the Amber Trailer on YouTube:
This video is available in HD 720p quality. Cheers Steve!