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My Handwriting Improvement

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#1 LindseyD

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Posted 06 June 2019 - 22:36

I bought my first fountain pen about a month ago and decided I wanted to improve (in other words relearn) my cursive. I have been enjoying the posts in the handwriting thread and doing a lot of practicing. Here is my improvement in just a few weeks and hopefully Ill keep updating until its perfect! Im currently using Spencerian as a stylistic jumping off point.

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#2 AlohaJim

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Posted 15 June 2019 - 02:47

There's also a very large learning and practice "book" for American Cursive, by Michael Sull. It comes as a thick stack of binder paper and you have to put it in a blank binder. Tons of samples and practice sheets. Available on Amazon.com.

By the time you are done with the full course, your handwriting will change.

 

American Cursive by Michael Sull lesson plan

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#3 Misfit

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Posted 15 June 2019 - 03:09

Mike Sull came to my pen club, but I didn’t realize who he was. He brought stationery sets that were very nice, and I did buy one. Pity I did not know who he was. He did write our names in beautiful calligraphy.
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#4 specialk0449

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Posted 12 November 2019 - 03:00

I purchased Mike Sull’s book at the Ohio Pen Show. I am left handed.  I started using it a few days ago and am finding it to be very helpful. I highly recommend it. 







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