Shared this on Instagram a little while back, and figured I'd make a GIF of it and share it here. :)
4 months ago
I quit cu
What pen are you using?
Wow really cool. What pen are you using?
So. Smooth. Yup taking my ball and going home.
Insane. I also ask, what pen are you using?
guys, my eye spies a Tombow pen - nice work, @Ryan!
Everyone's so jelly.
@Isaac Grant I'm totes jelly.
the pen could be a cat turd, you're still going to make amazing lettering no matter what. Much love Ryan!
i envy your skillz!
@Jacob Nelsen @Trevor Baum @Andres Jasso @Jamie Howard - Yep @Jason Carter is correct. This is the Tombow Fudenosuke brush pen. The soft-tipped black body variety, to be exact. You can find links to that and a bunch of other fun tools on my Things page here: http://ryanhamrick.com/things
That said, I'd also like to offer up some suggested reading: https://medium.com/for-the-love-of-letters/1b3610b5bef9 :)
@Brett Stenson - I am always looking to explore new mediums. Thanks, buddy. ;)
@Tom Chalky @Jonas @Hyemi Oh @Veronique Zayas @Isaac Grant @Nick Beaulieu @Kevin Burr - You guys are all too kind! Means a lot, y'all.
love the letters & composition
Shit like this is too cool.
Classic script Ryan. Question, which I'm sure you get asked all the time. What do you use to film this stuff?
@Kyle Gallant Thanks, Kyle! For this one in particular, I actually had my DSLR set up on a small tripod on my desk to shoot some videos for my Skillshare course.
But typically, I either set my iPhone up on my magnetic Gorillapod tripod with the Glif iPhone mount, (Both of which can be found through my Things page: http://ryanhamrick.com/things), or just straight up hold my phone in my left hand while working with my right like in this Instagram shot. :)
@Ryan Hamrick Thanks dude. I tried to hold it and write, but it didn't go so well.
Looking to have a little lettering fun with video in the new year. All the best brother!
Wow, beast! Amazing.
You make it look so easy!
3 months ago
If I had your penmanship, I would write like this on everything. I'm interested to see your signature.
2 months ago
How do you do that? It is amazing...
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