- If you get a fat, wide tip crayola marker, you can cut a line or two into the marker tip- viola- double tips :) You can also remove any part you don't want to make smaller lines.
(This kinda happened by accident once, but I've done it on purpose since then.)
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, D Rickard <catwoman9464@...> wrote:
> I've only done the type that you dip the nib in ink.Â No filling.Â I would recommend the markers that have the calligraphy slant--but be prepared for kids to ruin the nibs of those quickly.Â They used to have crayola caligraphy markers (big ones) that would double or triple the lines--VERY cool!Â
> On Aug 9, 2011, at 7:39 AM, bzahurones wrote:
> I am teaching a unit in Calligraphy this year, and it has been a few years since I've done it, never taught it. Can you help me answer a few questions?