Numbers and special characters
Many of you have asked me how I write print letters. Here are all the letters of the alphabet in print.
Mind you, I don’t write exactly like this in my day-to-day writing. I keep this style in mind, but when writing quickly, it comes out like this:
You can see that many of the letters have been influenced by my cursive, for example:
- e: I make a smooth loop rather than making a sharp point on the right, as you can see in most typed fonts
- q: loop in the tail
- y: u-shaped first part and loop in the tail
- w: rounded bottom rather than pointy
As you practice writing, you will develop your own unique style for your everyday writing! In fact, if you would like to send me a sample, I will compile them so you all can admire each other’s unique everyday handwriting.