Engraving Glass Calligraphy with Ken Brown
Ken Brown is an internationally known calligrapher and engraver of hand lettering. Ken has perfected the process of producing fine hand lettering onto glass, crystal and metal surfaces, using a high speed engraver. He is credited with pioneering and teaching this popular skill. In addition to mastering these skills, Ken has also perfected the process of teaching others how to do the same.
Ken had developed a simple, step by step process to produce each letter of the alphabet in beautiful, calligraphy style. It is hard to believe that every lower case letter in the alphabet can be formed using only 14 different strokes. If you can learn these strokes, you can engrave calligraphy like a pro.
Ken has produced some great videos that show his techniques and give some good ideas of what you can do.
View the Videos Below to Learn More.
This first video shows Ken relating calligraphy to engraving. He demonstrates pen and ink plus the high speed drill and an overview of his common strokes for engraving the script alphabet.
This second video shows Ken engraving a stainless steel money clip. See how easy it is!
This third video show Ken engraving a glass SmileStone™. A simple gift idea that they will never forget!
Ken Brown has teamed up with Profitable Hobbies to bring you the highest quality equipment combined with the best glass calligraphy instruction to help you succeed in the marketplace and push your glass engraving further than you ever imagined possible.
Ken has developed a really simple and unique way to teach glass calligraphy engraving on different mediums, including glass, metal and crystal. Ken is contracted by different companies and retail stores to perform on-site engraving on items such as wine bottles, perfume bottles, money clips and other items. Ken has taught countless others how to do this exact same thing – get paid for doing something they love – and paid well!
To make it easy, we have put together a special – Ken Brown Professional Engraving System especially for Ken Brown’s students. This is the exact system that Ken uses himself and recommends.