Barbara Getty and Inga Dubay have an award winning alphabet. “No loops or scoops” sums up their formula for a simple approach to learning cursive. I have incorporated much from their work., and as a result, my handwriting is more legible and stylish. If you have the good fortune to live anywhere near Portland, […]
What is Cursive Italic?
January 15, 2011 We live in a world that prefers we PRINT everything. Plain printing is “Basic Italic.” If you take the plain printing and connect the letters, you will have “Cursive Italic.” To add some flare, pick up an edged pen, marker, fountain pen or an artist’s nib and your cursive italic will become […]
“Prescriptions for Handwriting Success”
January 12, 2011 Don’t like your handwriting? Interested in improving your “chicken scratch?” Here’s some tips from Write Now™ -a complete program for better handwriting. The easy-to-follow course features “Basic Italic”, “Cursive Italic” and some “Calligraphy.” With a little patience and some determination you’ll see marked improvement in a very short time. Just by closing […]
“Mumbling on the page”
August 16, 2010 Do you like your own handwriting? Can others read what you wrote? Can you? Barbara Getty and Inga Dubay (WRITE NOW) describe bad handwriting as “mumbling on the page.” Too often, I hear people express gratitude for the computer because they are embarrassed by their own handwriting. “My handwriting is horrible.” OK, […]