I am really worried about my handwriting because since school time I have changed my handwriting almost 10 times a month , I cant decide that which writing suits me.
That's impressive! I agree with the other post. Your writing is very neat and consistent however I think it lacks some of the correct letter formation so I'd foocus on what the other post has suggested.
I find it very nice looking, but sadly it is not legible to me. I can read a lot of it but only because my mind knows how the words look as a whole, I cannot see the individual letters. that means that if there is an unfamiliar word it is impossible for me to read it.
First off, it's better than mine.
I found the g, r (which sloped so dramatically at times it took on the shape of an s), and the connected dots over the j and i slowed me down considerably. There are a couple words I was unable to make out at all. I agree with knarfij's assessment of the u/m/v being very similar. The word "penetration" in your sample looks like "peuetEatlou" when I look at it letter by letter.
I think with a few adjustments, you could make it so your readers need not guess what a word is based on context.
These samples which I have uploaded are all written by me. Please read them and help me out.
Sample #1 : This type of handwriting I used to write when I was in school and this writing was my best choice for school exams etc, because as it is slanted and joined type of handwriting, I found it easy to write without break and finish exam quickly. This handwriting of mine, is appreciated by all of my friends and teachers, I don't know what they liked in this handwriting but all my family to friends want me to continue writing in this way.
Sample #2: This sample of of my handwriting is used by me while doing rough work, filling forms etc because I prefer this type over sample no.1 because atleast I don't have to rotate my register 45degree to write like in sample.1 and non slanted writing is better than slanted one because of quickness and easiness. I prefer this writing even though it looks bad, but don't know why I like it.
Sample #3: I don't find this handwriting too much great for me but atleast it is universal handwriting, you can use it at filling forms, mathematics, schools etc.
My problem since beginning is that I can write in 100s of types and fonts, but the problem is that I only want to keep one handwriting style, in exams I write in one way, in home I do rough work in other handwriting and so on, this thing is frustrating and annoying to have 100s of handwriting styles,
So my question is that out of which of the above samples of handwriting types, the one should I keep and leave other? which one should I choose? as I have completed my school etc I don't have to make my writing look nicer, I am in MBBS and I only want a quick writing. So please suggest me that what should I do. Thanks
Edited by Shahab Mirza, 29 July 2014 - 12:55.