As Neuland Ambassador® I recommend ...
When choosing a lettering style, the marker tip will influence the marks you make. I begin by asking: What is this tool designed for and what else can it do?
In my choice kit, you will find markers to help you create a variety of lettering styles. Here is why I choose them.
The broad side of the Neuland BigOne® allows for bold lines, perfect for titling your charts and filling in large areas.
Montana empty markers offer a wider broad edge (30mm and 50mm) and can be filled with your favorite ink color. I usually fill them with light colors and outline the letters with an Neuland No.One® Art to give it character and life. The brush tip of the Neuland No.One® Art gives you a gestural line that can be used to liven up your existing handwriting or be used to create letters much like those written by calligraphers or signpainters.
The Neuland No.One® is the workhorse of the bunch. The grooves (also found in the Neuland No.One® Art and Neuland BigOne®) provide a comfortable grip for when capturing large amounts of content. It provides a variety of line widths and can be held at different angles to achieve a variety styles.
The Neuland FineOne® capture detail, are proportionate for sketchnoting, work well for adding fine outlines to your lettering, and comes in either fine tip or brush tip.
Lettering exemplars and instructions on how I use Neuland markers in my lettering practice can be downloaded at www.neuland.com/handlettering and a free lettering video series, “Unlock Your Neuland Markers” covering the 4 exemplars is available at: www.LetsLetterTogether.com.
That covers what the markers are designed for; now let’s explore what else they can do. I look forward to lettering with you soon!
- Heather -