Guestbook

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

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

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. :-)

Geneva Gayles — Mobile, AL

08/31/2011

Threw out a question online and got a response from Jenny within the hour. I was shocked! She was so helpful and delightful. I got off the phone with all the information I needed and a renewed since of my future in calligraphy. I hope you will come back to the south in 2013 for your convention. I want to join and learn more! So inspired...g

jack — mumbai

08/29/2011

i love it...bt cud it b more motivating for kids,,,

Greg F — Vermont

08/11/2011

Excellent site that I found by chance. Researching fountain pens led me to this site, and boy I think I am hooked! Did caligraphy back in high school, and I remember penmanship classes in grammer school. I have inherited excellent handwriting from my parents, I love to write mainly in cursive (script?), and even get to use it at work in a computer environment! Thanks, and Copperplate/Engrossers here I come!!

Coco — USA

08/09/2011

This is a great website! I've done calligraphy off and on since I was 11, and I'm trying to make it a regular practice for my own enjoyment.

Brita Long — Seattle

07/06/2011

Thank you for this site. My writing is horrid and I plan on practicing in the evenings. Again, thank you for all of the material.

Brita Long — Seattle

07/06/2011

Thank you for this site. My writing is horrid and I plan on practicing in the evenings. Again, thank you for all of the material.

Balakrishna k Crachit — KGF

06/27/2011

I am really proud of this site which encourages the scripters all around the world. I thank the persons who started this site.

Balakrishna k Crachit — KGF

06/27/2011

I am really proud of this site which encourages the scripters all around the world. I thank the persons who started this site.

Derek Rowe — Sussex, England

06/25/2011

A very good website, Nothing like it here or anywhere else. I have a long interest in Copper Plate Writing, and have joined your Society, I just love it. and all things American. Very Best Wishes

pollychen(china) — china

06/24/2011

Teachers and experts:Hello, I am a college student from China. Is a Chinese calligraphy lovers.Recently, I instrument for the West penmanship ,but we here in the unfashionable penmanship,I do not know how to learn western penmanship.So,I would like to ask you, how to get started with Western penmanship?I would very much appreciate your answer!----pollychen

rocco runza — hyde park new york

06/22/2011

Hello. My father (79 years old) just passed away. I noticed his neat penmanship, upon going thru his papers I found his palmer certificate, dated 1945 and looked up palmer. Thought you might like to know.

Ada Meyer — Evansville, IN

06/13/2011

I have studied all forms of handwriting from questioned to profiling from handwriting for many years. While looking up another matter, I saw you site and electronically came right over. This is an amazing site. When I finish this I will join. Thank you so very much for allowing us to look further into the art of handwriting.

Robyn — Africa

06/04/2011

Inspiring stuff!

I'm one of the sorry generation of students subjected to a series of handwriting experiments in teaching in the 1960s.

But I love fine things, arts. craftsmanship. The preservation of beautiful writing, for its own sake, despite everything that technology has thrown at it, is miraculous indeed!

Thanks for your work!

Mauricio — Brasil

05/21/2011

Sou fã de vocês, pois passo horas assistindo videos de suas aulas, eu estou aprendendo pois tirei muitos exemplos de vocês, até a caneta que aqui no brasil(Curitiba ) não encontro eu à fiz!!

se pudrem me mandar mais algumas tecnicas eu agradeço Vocês são de mais

Delz — India

05/03/2011

Thank you so much for the amazing books and lessons on this site...I am currently learning to improve my penmanship using the information available on this site..Once again thank you!!!

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