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    I always write joined, and I find this slow.
    When I write with separate symbols, this is even slower

    And yes, I think my avatar is working now thanks
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    (Original post by Widowmaker)
    I don't know if that graphology would work with me.
    Mainly coz I'm left handed and hold the pen in an abnormal way.
    This means that most of my handwriting is influenced by the nib of the pen.

    I can't write in biro and in felt tip it smudges
    change the way you write.. im left handed but when i started using pen a lot about 6 years ago i realised that the ink would smudge so i just angled the page differently and now i can write normally with no problem, but does depend on if you hold the pen in a really unique way
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    I'm WidowMaker, just was in the wrong profile.
    To imagine how I hold my pen, hold your hand out completely flat, palm upwards.
    Place a pen on your four fingers, with the nib on the left if you are right handed and vice versa. Place it so it is 1cm away from the tip of your middle finger.
    Close the thumb onto the pen, so on the other side is the middle finger.
    Rotate your hand so the flat side of your hand (with the smallest finger) is flat on the paper.

    This is how I write
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    I do have a left handed pen
    ...just..don't ask what the difference...is..between..the two pens...I hate that :mad:

    Anyway, the ink dries supa-fast on that, it's just biros I hate
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    The NAZIs tryed to use handwriting to discover if a person was suitable for the SS - their methods were later proved flawed though.
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    I write in my own blood - what does that say about me?
 
 
 
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