How to Make Capital Bubble Letter Gs


Writing in bubble letters can be a fun challenge from traditional methods of penmanship. Bubble letters look just like regular alphabet letters except they appear as an outline, with a space inside that you can draw or decorate.

  • Draw capital C, but continue the bottom loop about half way up the letter.

  • Draw a straight horizontal line extending from the end of the loop.

  • Draw straight vertical line coming up from the end of the horizontal line. Make this line approximately 1/3 the length of the horizontal line.

  • Draw a horizontal line that starts from the top of the vertical line. Make this line double the length of the other horizontal line.

  • Draw another vertical line coming down from the long horizontal line. Make it as long as the other vertical line, which should be parallel to the new one.

  • Draw a horizontal line starting at the end of the vertical line and stop it before it hits the line of the loop.

  • Fill in the rest of the capital "G" by drawing a curved shape that starts from the end of the bottom horizontal line and follows the shape of the "C." Complete the bubble letter by drawing a final line to connect the two "C" shapes.

Tips & Warnings

  • To get some practice with the feel of a bubble letter "G" print a template out and trace around the letter a few times.

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