|Tudor Style Alphabet|
Tudor style calligraphy letters are rather rounded, large and bold. The ascenders and descender letters (tops and tails) are relatively short compared to the x height of the main body of the text height, and curled or acutely angled. Uncials are large and rounded and the lower case letters are quite rounded too.
Hints And Tips When Writing In Tudor Styles
Any Tudor decoration or design such as the Tudor rose or flowers would complete the Tudor look, as shown in the illustrations.
You can get more ideas from the Watercolour Washes post. Using colour and illustrations would look effective and authentic.
View the videos on this post and links on the right for more step-by-step guides for ideas on writing in Tudor style calligraphy.
The Tudor Rose Or Union Rose Brief History
The emblem for the House of York was the White Rose, and the House of Lancaster was the Red Rose.
The Battle Of Bosworth, on Bosworth Field, South of Market Bosworth, occurred on 22nd August 1485, was one of the most important battles in history.
View video clip below or video links on the right for more ideas: