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696004  No.500

I have absolutely abhorrent penmanship, how do I stop it?

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4a7aab  No.504

>>500

Wow, you got the get. Anyway, try changing your pen. You can see the difference in the pen reviews. Some pens do a much better job than others. If the pen fits your hand, and the ball point, or the nib is right for you, then your penmanship may improve, unless you have a learning disability.

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42a96b  No.1016

I have absolutely terrible handwriting if I'm not paying attention to it. If you watch professional calligraphers, though, you'll see that they are usually very slow and methodical in their process and just speed up their videos so it's not as boring to watch. Just start with writing really slowly and trying to maintain as much control over the symmetry and spacing of your letters as possible. Use your elbow to pull your line and not your wrist. After that, it's only a matter of practice and patience. Good luck!

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42a96b  No.1017

oh also there are obviously ways to develop your handwriting in a way that's interesting and pleasant to read without having it be cursive-perfect. one of my friends exclusively uses lower-case i's and capitals E's and very rounded consonants in their letters and their postcards are always a joy to receive, so don't be afraid to experiment with finding a non-standard style.

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b05d35  No.1019

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Elementary writing pad, maybe a copywrite table, where you can project lines, through plexiglass, so that your handwriting can follow the lines

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d0af21  No.1376

practice makes perfect

get good

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