Hamid Reza Ebrahimi demonstrates how the Z and z are written in copperplate. For this video, Hamid used a Brause & Co. No. 86 Nib Persian black calligraphy ink. Also, he used a Brause marbled penholder along with a Persian leather pasteboard and Steinbeck pasteboard. Hamid writes the letter Z at 6 centimeters tall and the small z at 2 centimeters. The video shows how the Z is written, starting off with a loop from the top line on a ruled paper and moves on a slant to the left down to the bottom line. The z takes a different route by starting in the middle and ends with a looped tail below the writing guide. Learn from this video how easy it is to write the Z and z in calligraphy copperplate.
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