All our hard work is about to pay off because in this lesson, I'll show you how to pull it all together to create a lettering piece from start to finish. First, we'll go through it with a pencil and paper plus the light table. Then I'll show you how I do the same process on the iPad with my Apple Pencil and the Procreate app. At first glance, it might seem like a lot of steps, but trust me, this method will actually save you a lot of time. It's the most efficient way to create a finished piece you'll really be proud of!\nSo let's jump right in! \n\n\nTips \u0026amp; Tricks:\n\nStart with the main focal point word first. In my first example, I lettered the phrase "I like tacos." And since "tacos" is the main word, I started there. \nRemember to always keep spacing and consistency in mind. The beauty of grabbing a new piece of paper or creating a new layer is that you can always adjust these elements as you go. \nYou could draw and erase, draw and erase, draw and erase. But I promise my method of tracing will save you a lot of time in the long run. \nTry to get all the elements of your phrase to nest together. Tuck an E into an L, and scooch words together. This will ensure your end result looks complete and cohesive. \nWhen you're happy with your sketch, ink it!\n\nIf you're using the Procreate app, be sure to check out my Rad \u0026amp; Happy brushes. I love them and I know you will too! No matter what supplies you have, I do recommend starting with the pencil and paper method. There's no substitute for these essential basics. \nI've got one more lesson for you in this Lettering class and it's a fun one! See you there. \n\nASSIGNMENT: Grab your pencil and several pieces of paper and create your own lettering piece from start to finish using all the skills we've learned in this class and the method I outlined in the video above. I can't wait to see what you'll make so be sure to snap a picture and share it with me.