BRUSH PENS AND MORE!
Pentel Brush Sign Pen (Black) - Small tip brush pen, fantastic for anyone of any age who wants to learn lettering. I use this pen to teach in my lettering classes for beginners!
Pentel Brush Sign Pen (set of 12) - yes, it comes in different colours than black! If you want to make your work colourful as you learn, this is the choice for you!
HP Premium 32 - Smooth to letter on, these paper will not ruin your pens or cause a dent in your wallet. If you're looking for practice sheets, this is a definite must-have!
Rhodia Blank Paper Pad - If you are taking your lettering to the next level and looking for better quality paper to practice on, Rhodia is the brand you want! They use the smoothest paper but of course, that comes with a high price tag too!
Leuchtturm Notebooks - By far, these are one of favourite notebooks to letter on. I store lettering styles and quotes in these designer notebooks. The pages are smooth and easy to letter on especially with the small tip brush pens. They come in A4 and A5 sizes with choices of blank, dots or grid pages.
Strathmore Tracing Paper - Printed a bunch a lettering practice sheets on copy paper? Use these tracing paper to practice your lettering! I use tracing paper all the time for practice and to draft my final pieces.
WATERCOLOUR LETTERING TOOLS
Pentel Aquash Water Brush - These brushes allow you to fill them up with water and are great for lettering. However, you will need to learn to control how much water to let through.
Prima Marketing Watercolor Confections - If you have decided to take watercoloring to the next level, then these are a must have. Prima Marketing Watercolors are absolutely beautiful and they are my favourite for watercolor lettering. They come in many different color schemes - collect them all! The best 2 color schemes to start with are Classics and Tropical!
Princeton Select Paintbrushes - These are definitely recommended if you are starting out on watercolour lettering. Without having to think about how much water to squeeze as with the Pentel Aquash, you can focus on learning the basic strokes with these paintbrushes
Ecoline Liquid Watercolor - These tiny bottles of watercolors are the extra punch you need if you want to see rich and glossy colours in your final pieces. They don't come cheap so I would say, they are a nice to have.
Koh-I-Noor Watercolor 24 Stack Pack - These watercolours are value for money and the colours are rich enough for anyone who just wants to start exploring watercolor lettering.
Dr Ph Martin Radiant Concentrated Watercolor - I use this specially for galaxy background because the colors are VERY rich. Like ecoline, the price point is high on these tiny bottles so they are a nice to have.