Is your handwriting good

India
August 6, 2009 10:39am CST
I am a person with below average handwriting.Do you have a good writing skill.share with me.If u have some tips to share then u r most welcome.
7 responses
@yogambal_64 (1016)
• India
8 Aug 09
Yes my handwriting is really good and I had a good practise from my childhood. My parents took keen interest in my writing so that I develop a good handwriting in my later life. I had to write cursive writing both at home and at school to convince both my parents and school teachers. I also had the habit of trying to write the alphabets after seeing a hoarding or a poster I use to see on roads.
@jaiho2009 (39084)
• Philippines
7 Aug 09
Hello ravi, I can say my handwriting is good,corsive and bold handwriting.You can practise it my friend,just keep writing so you can improve it,it's the only way i know. Wish you luck and i am waiting for your another discussion where you might tell us that your handwriting had improved already
• United States
7 Aug 09
Well my handwriting is not to nice looking.My mother and sister have the most beautiful writing ,and me it looks awful.I used to think if I got a good pen it would look better it was all in my head. So I enjoy writing poetry and that helps me practice on good penmanship.
• United States
7 Aug 09
While practice helps, handwriting is something unique about you. I can even speak volumes about your personality, my handwriting is good but very ethnic. My fiance's is barely legible.....but he works with computers, is all about math and science so maybe that is why
@_sketch_ (5711)
• United States
6 Aug 09
I have pretty good handwriting. I am always getting complimented on it. I'm not really sure why though because I don't think it's really that great, but it is very legible. I tend to write pretty big and my letters are rounded. I don't really know any tips though. I'm not really sure how you teach someone to write over the computer. Probably just write really slow and careful until you get in the habit of writing the way you want. If I were you, I'd find someone whose handwriting I liked and try to mimic the style.
@Wismay (2038)
• India
6 Aug 09
I was good in hand writing and I got appreciated for handwriting since school days. The credit goes to dad. he taught me how to write including how to hold the pen etc. And he made it sure that I learn writing the right way. So I always felt a bit of proud about it! Even if I write a letter to somebody they would comment 'your calligraphy is very good' The first thing to have a good hand writing is holding pen or pencil in a right way. what is the right way? No one say, but it the one, when you get the grip which allows you to write with good control. The second point is to look for symmetry and length and width. Keeping it same for all the alphabets. And then, how fluently you move your hand. I think, it is easy if one spends time on learning it once the right way. After that it becomes automatic. One can experiment in many ways like writing slant, or just straight. One needs to follow the same patterns all through the page to make the handwriting look good!
• United States
6 Aug 09
I write all the time. I've spent the last four years writing like mad in notebooks, journals, and loose leaf paper. Despite all my practice, I still hate my handwriting. It's really messy. My capital Is look like Zs and my fs look like capital ps. I have slowly been improving over time. I think the best thing to do to improve your handwriting is to write often, write carefully, and re-teach yourself to form letters and words.