Calligraphy in the Western World : Letter Spacing in Calligraphy

Calligraphy in the Western World : Letter Spacing in Calligraphy


And come cross the capital. Now you might
like to do, you might want to think about this part of the letter. This is the icing
on the cake. As being something, it has a tone ok, and it also has a space, so is this
a space that you want to use in that way and if so go ahead and fill it up. Let’s say that
we have a G coming down like this and we got a big space here that’s going to be exceedingly
boring unless we put a flourish there. So we’re going to take and we’re going to do
this little guy, well I call this a sweet nothing maybe I’d call it a suture, a way
of coming into that great big stroke. And then you can go like this and then maybe you’ll
want to go back up like this, maybe you’ll want to come around like that and like that.

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