Tag Archives | Ken Brown
Aside

Ken Brown Calligraphy Engraving – Hand Lettering

Ken Brown Calligraphy Engraving – Hand Lettering For those in a hurry – Here’s The Deal – A Rare Opportunity has presented itsself – See Details Here. Ken Brown is an internationally-known calligrapher and hand-engraver.  Ken pioneered the technique of combining professional-grade calligraphy with the high-speed dental drill for personalizing almost any hard surface.  Ken […]

Read full story Comments { 1 }
Aside

Glass Engraving Calligraphy Patterns

Glass Engraving Calligraphy Patterns Ken Brown has dug into his archives of calligraphy patterns for engraving glass and metal (and other surfaces) and come up with some free calligraphy patterns specifically for beginning engravers (although experienced engravers will want these too!). It’s as simple as copying the patterns onto stencil film, then tracing the letters, […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }
Aside

Engraving Glass Calligraphy

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, […]

Read full story Comments { 5 }
Aside

New Ken Brown System is here

If you are interested in what Ken Brown does or if you are planning or thinking of taking his calligraphy class, you can get started with everything he uses to be sucessful. Please call me if you are interested or have any questions. Call me today and I will include free shipping plus 2 free […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }
Aside

Ken Brown’s Wine Bottle Calligraphy Webinar

Ken Brown and Profitable Hobbies teamed up last week to bring our network a free webinar on Hand Engraving Wine Bottles using Calligraphy techniques. Ken presented a slide show of how to perform the engraving strokes necessary to create beautiful lettering on glass,  metal, crystal and other hard surfaces. It’s surprising to find out that […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }