DetailsWhat’s Included?How to Download The Quinn Lettering Style Workbook + Video Lesson NOTE: If you’re a total newbie to lettering, you should complete my Hand-Lettering for Beginners Workbook first. In this 30-page instant download PDF workbook, you’ll learn my Quinn Lettering Style! Inside you’ll find: The Quinn Lettering Style’s key features, the basics of grid lettering, 14 practice worksheets, 2 style exemplars, 4 pages of tips for making this style your own, 2 projects to complete, and 2 blank grid lettering sheets for extra practice. PLUS, it also includes a 17-minute video lesson and iPad-friendly versions of the worksheets + a Procreate Grid Stamp This is a digital download. No physical items will be shipped. All you need for this print-at-home workbook is copy paper and a pencil! No special supplies are necessary, although I’ll discuss some hand optional supplies in the video lesson. Click through the tabs and photos to learn more! You can click the photos to enlarge. This PDF workbook is a total of 30 Pages, including 14 pages of Lettering Worksheets that include the full upper + lowercase alphabet for the Quinn style. 17-Minute Video Lesson Quinn Lettering Style Key Features The Basics of Grid Lettering Uppercase Exemplar + 7 Uppercase Practice Sheets Lowercase Exemplar + Lowercase Practice Sheets 4 Tips for Making the Quinn Style Your Own 2 Projects to Complete using this style 2 Blank Grid Practice Worksheets BONUS! iPad-friendly JPGs of the practice worksheets (for Procreate Practice) + a Procreate Grid Stamp Brush are also included with your download. To use the JPGs in Procreate: Simply open Procreate, then open the photo from the main menu page. Add a layer and start practicing. All you need for this print-at-home workbook is copy paper and a pencil! As these are eBooks, no hard copies will be mailed. No markers are included. These are delivered in a zipped file. You need to unzip the file to access the ebooks in the folder. On a computer: save the zipped file to your desktop, uncompress it, and then print and practice! On your iPad: If you are downloading directly to a mobile device you will need to install an app (such as FileExplorer Free) onto your iPad FIRST, then you will be to open the zipped file. Downloading on a phone is NOT recommended due to phone download restrictions.