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Kufic Script (Eastern Or Old) Detailed Course

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Kufic Script (Eastern Or Old) Detailed Course

Kufic Script (Eastern Or Old) Detailed Course
Published 11/2022
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 3.18 GB | Duration: 2h 30m

Paradise Calligraphy Academy

What you'll learn
Kufic course Basic to Advance.
Letters and Words Formation
Sentence Formation or Composition in Kufic Script Calligraphy
Writing complete Surah in Kufic Calligraphy
Requirements
Beginners can join this course. Very easy and well explained for beginners
Description
Assalamo Alaikum I'm Nazia Malik Calligrapher, mentor, visual artist, World Record Holder, International Eminent Artist Award Winner in the Calligraphy Exhibition , Best International Calligraphy Artist Award Winner 2022,National Record Holder of Pakistan in Arabic Calligraphy 2021.2 times consecutive position Holder of Youth For Pakistan Calligraphy competition & Woman Of Worth Achievement Award Winner. Kufic course Basic to Advance. Rules of Kufic Script. Measurements of each Standalone Shapes.Letters and Words Formation.Sentence Formation or Composition in Kufic Script Calligraphy.Writing complete Surah in Kufic Calligraphy.Kūfic script, in calligraphy, earliest extant Islamic style of handwritten alphabet that was used by early Muslims to record the Qurʾān. This angular, slow-moving, dignified script was also used on tombstones and coins as well as for inscriptions on buildings. Some experts distinguish Kūfi proper from Meccan and Medinese scripts, which were also used to copy the Qurʾān.The script was called Kūfi because it was thought to have been developed at Kūfah in Iraq—an early Islamic centre of culture. Simple Kūfi was developed early in the Islamic era; the earliest surviving copies of the Qurʾān—from the 8th to the 10th century—were copied in it. Later a floral Kūfi flourished, and several other varieties of the script developed, including foliated Kūfi, plaited or interlaced Kūfi, bordered Kūfi, and squared Kūfi. It went out of general use about the 12th century, although it continued to be used as a decorative element to contrast with the scripts that superseded it.Hope you'll find this course great and easy!

Overview

Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Introduction

Lecture 2 Alif Standalone Shape

Lecture 3 Baa Standalone Shape

Lecture 4 Jeem Standalone Shape

Lecture 5 Daal Standalone Shape

Lecture 6 Raa Standalone Shape

Lecture 7 Seen Standalone Shape

Lecture 8 Saud Standalone Shape

Lecture 9 Tua Standalone Shape

Lecture 10 Ain Standalone Shape

Lecture 11 Wao Standalone Shape

Lecture 12 Faa Standalone Shape

Lecture 13 Qaaf Standalone Shape

Lecture 14 Kaaf Standalone Shape

Lecture 15 Laam Standalone Shape

Lecture 16 Meem Standalone Shape

Lecture 17 Noon Standalone Shape

Lecture 18 Haa Standalone Shape

Lecture 19 Yaa Standalone Shape

Section 2: Joining of Alphabets (Connections)

Lecture 20 Baa Connections

Lecture 21 Jeem Connections

Lecture 22 Seen Connections

Lecture 23 Suad Connections

Lecture 24 Tua Connections

Lecture 25 Ain Connections

Lecture 26 Faa & Qaaf Connections

Lecture 27 Kaaf Connections

Lecture 28 Laam Connections

Lecture 29 Meem Connections

Lecture 30 Haa Connections

Section 3: Ayat Composition in Khate Kufic

Lecture 31 Ayat 1

Lecture 32 Ayat 2

Section 4: Complete Surah in Kufic Script

Lecture 33 Complete Surah in Kufic Calligraphy

Islamic Calligraphy learners, Arabic Calligraphy students, Muslims