Putting Pencil to Pixel
with Angy Che
Unlock the power of the iPad to create dynamic, polished, and punchy lettering pieces. No previous Procreate or lettering experience needed.
In this four week workshop (Thursdays, starting on October 19), participants will learn how to bring words to life through the art of lettering. Although we'll use the iPad and Apple Pencil as our main set of tools, the same lessons and principles from this course can be applied to analog mediums. We’ll walk through the foundational skills that'll enable you to create unique lettering pieces that can be applied to both personal and professional projects.
We will begin by laying a foundation for lettering approaches and understanding type anatomy while learning the technical side of working in Procreate. The second half of the workshop will build on that foundation through sketching and iterating on dynamic compositions and using a variety of techniques to create finished, share-worthy lettering pieces. So whether you're new to lettering, Procreate, or both, you are welcome to join us on this four week journey!
- How to use Procreate for lettering projects.
- Understanding letter anatomy and construction.
- How to create strong compositions.
- How to apply various styles and finishes to lettering pieces.
- Access to resources related to lettering.
- An iPad, Apple Pencil, and the Procreate app.
Diversity and Equity Scholarship
Diversity and Equity are important to all of us at Letterform Archive, and we are committed to increasing opportunities for underrepresented groups within the type and design communities.
We are offering one BIPOC/Equity scholarship seat in this workshop.
To apply for this scholarship, please complete and submit to us the short form linked here at least a week prior to the start of the workshop.
Angy Che is an Austin based designer and illustrator. She is a Co-founder and Creative Director at Numbers, a design studio focused on brand identity, type design, and illustration projects for a variety of clients, from small startups, to established brands. Prior to Numbers, she worked as a freelance designer on brand and illustration projects for companies like Atlassian, Nike, Adidas, Twitter, Rdio, and Braintree. Angy’s background in illustration and fine art, combined with her work as a graphic designer, led her to pursue type design. She completed the Type at Cooper West Postgraduate program at the Letterform Archive in San Francisco. There, she studied lettering and type design, and designed the typeface Amalie. In her free time, she works on watercolor paintings and prints. She’s originally from Los Angeles, where she graduated from ArtCenter College of Design with a degree in Illustration.