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mattymays — GREAT BRITAIN

12/21/2011

hi www.iampeth.com-ers xmas greetings to all of you - matty mays

PRAKASH MADHAV KENY — India

12/14/2011

Being a calligrapher myself. I find this site very practical in studying copperplate and other various script text.

I love the old books written by past masters very insightful and is helping me to take my calligraphy to the next level.

This place was amazing and i love this fantastic site so cheers!

Thank you

Mathew Carpenter — Australia

12/04/2011

Love the site!

Gopaul Sookdeo — Maple,Ontario .Canada

12/03/2011

Being a calligrapher myself. I find this site very practical in studying copperplate and other various script text.

I love the old books written by past masters very insightful and is helping me to take my calligraphy to the next level.

Superkitten — Taipei, Taiwan

11/29/2011

I found this website by accident. In my point of view, calligraphy is one of the most beautiful arts in the world. I can't wait to start learning it! :D

Thanks for the plentiful information and resources!

Md arshad Quadri — India

11/10/2011

It is very glamorous to see the pen, because i am practicing the copper by this website.

now i am teaching copper plate script as tutor in India..

very good excellent job..

Dave — New Hamppton

10/25/2011

Thanks i really like this

Mike — NJ

10/25/2011

Hi, I just joined IAMPETH, and am looking forward to practicing Copperplate script and meeting likeminded people. I am a student at Rutgers University's library science school, becoming an archivist and have handled many original 16th-18th century documents with beautiful handwriting. That inspired me to try that style of writing as well.

Tim Duffy — Florida U.S.A.

10/23/2011

I was directed to this site by a posting on the FPN website and believe that the information here will help me improve my hand to one that I will not be ashamed of.

Thank you

Bob — Toronto

10/22/2011

Im in Love with this class!

john — australia

10/21/2011

hey guys

This place was amazing and i love this fantastic site so cheers!

Thanks to all teachers

Daniel — Internet

10/19/2011

I love this site

Valerie — Brooklyn, NY

10/15/2011

I am a beginner and loving it!!

Sue Sterling — Brainerd, MN

10/10/2011

This is absolutely the best resource to learn the pointed pen alphabets. Having a virtual teacher available to show me the strokes from the comfort of my home was an invaluable asset to me, small town gal. Thanks so much for your work on this website. Digital is good, but the pen is STILL mightier than the sword!

Peter Taylor — Brisbane, Australia

09/26/2011

Greetings from DownUnder!

Very many thanks for all that you provide. I hope I can add a link to your Association in my new book, 'Calligraphy for Greetings Cards and Scrapbooking' due to be published early in 2012 by GMC Publications in the UK, but which will be sold worldwide.

All best wishes,

Peter

Dr. Joseph M. Vitolo — Wisconsin

09/24/2011

Hi Folks,

IAMPETH has a Facebook page, please check it out at:

http://www.facebook.com/pages/IAMPETH/75943057496

Regards,

Joe Vitolo

Robert Winter — Germany

09/24/2011

This is the best website about calligraphy on the whole internet. I learned so much from it. It is really great.

Thank you guys for making this possible.

Best regards from Germany

butgahgobby — Croatia

09/14/2011

I been coming on here and reading for some time and wanted to finally say hi to everyone. i cant wait to participate more now that i broke the ice.

Nancy — Maryland, USA

09/06/2011

Have done Calligraphy off and on for 35 years. More off than on and mainly using broad nibs. My daughter is getting married and I want to calligraphy her invitations and envelopes. Found this website and fell in love with Copperplate! Bought an oblique holder and some new nibs. All I do now is practice my letters! Where can I get envelope guidelines? Thank you for a wonderful resource to all levels of calligraphers!

**IAMPETH Reply**

Kathy Saunders - NY

Guidelines for various types of lettering can be found here:   http://www.iampeth.com/collection/guide-sheets

I hope that helps. The guidelines you will need for your envelopes, will depend on the size of your envelopes and the size of your writing.

Ralph Unger — Houston,Texas

09/03/2011

I was just wondering if my problems going from a shade to a thin line were my skills(or lack of) , or my equipment. I am using a homemade oblique and a speedball 101. I seem to drag a bit of ink behind me on the transitions.I have a lot of trouble going back to a thin line in a short time. It is only in the short changes like Joes lowercase "O" (top that is giving me problems. Any help would be great. :-)

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