This is part of a series on learning how to letter, with emphasis on using this skill in your planner.
So, after a bit of a wait, I finally got this video taken care of. Last time I discussed different ways to alter your own cursive, and I briefly touched on a negative space style of cursive. I wanted to do a full video discussing this style as it is a little difficult and worthy of some extra lovin' time. However, I myself don't always feel comfortable with this style - I use it fairly often, but I haven't really gotten so good at it that I'd consider it in my toolbox at this point. And, if you haven't noticed by now, I get really salty when I am not really good at something.
Probably one of my favorite memes of all time. Source
So I procrastinated. There is no worry about me not being good at procrastination.
Well, procrastination only lasts so long, and I finally managed to pull myself out of it enough to make this video. I hope you get something out of it... I always feel a little nervous putting something out there that I don't feel 100% on. If you are going to be mean, at least do it with bad language so you will be on my level. ;-)
Don't forget to please tag @llamaletters and hashtag #llamaslovelettering when you post pictures of your work to Instagram! I love seeing it!
You can find the worksheet that goes with this lesson here. Good luck and may the Force be with you.