Calligraphy Capital Letters : Calligraphy Letters: Capital T

Calligraphy Capital Letters : Calligraphy Letters: Capital T


The letter “T”; the capital “T” in the italic
hand begins with a straight stroke. So I’m going to come right in here, and then we cover
up the top with a crossbar, like so. So with the “T” we want to keep in mind that the first
stroke is straight, the little bit of a lift at the end, and the crossbar is hanging from
the capital height. That because of our pen angle, we’re going to get diagonal beginning
and end to that letter, it’s a little raggedy, but there. So this could be the “T” in context
with the other letters, so you can see how it fits. The trick with the “T” is figuring
out how to allow for the width of it, because it does have more width than height, and a
little more than we think.

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