Watch our most popular video EVER that shows two different styles of each capital letter.

The first style is more modern and uses a Zig Fudebiyori brush pen. The second style is closer to copperplate calligraphy and uses a Pentel brush pen with a slightly smaller tip.


  1. Zig Fudebiyori brush pen (available on Amazon)
  2. Pentel Sign Touch brush pen (available on Amazon)

Make sure you scroll down to grab your free copy of the worksheets with the exact letters shown in the video below.

We love the quote “Learn the rules like a pro so you can break them like an artist.”

Once you understand the basics, you can experiment with different styles and make it your own! Get started by downloading your free worksheets:

How to capital brush letters

More Capital Letter Inspiration

The two styles above are simply starting points. The possibilities for creative lettering are endless.

You can find tons of inspiration for letter styles on Instagram. Here’s an example:

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Our long-awaited and highly-requested Capitals Edition of Letter Logic is finally here!!🎉🎊😁 . What's Letter Logic? It's a system we created to make the process of inventing new letter styles much less overwhelming. We had so many people fall in love with our lowercase version that we decided to make a capital version for you, too! . To celebrate the launch of the capitals edition, we're doing a special offer where you can get BOTH the capital and lowercase courses for an amazing deal. There’s a swipeable link in our IG story🤗 . After working on this for months and refining the details, we’re so excited to finally release this guide to all of you, and hope you’re excited too! 💜💕💙 jillian&jordan . #loveleighloops #loveleighlessons #letterlogic #letterarchive_a #capitala #abcs_a #homwork #capitalletters #learnlettering #uppercase #16typesof

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