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Handwriting: the Basics in Italic Style

Stefania Gulmini

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12 Videos (39m)
    • 01. Preview

      1:50
    • 02. Before Beginning

      1:21
    • 03. Tools

      2:10
    • 04. Basic Shape

      3:01
    • 05. Rhythm

      7:12
    • 06. Smoothed Corners

      4:45
    • 07. Unjoined Lowercase

      5:36
    • 08. Unjoined Lowercase (part 2)

      1:27
    • 09. Cursive

      5:53
    • 10. Slant

      2:27
    • 11. Final Project

      2:19
    • 12. Greetings

      0:55
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Hi! I prepared this class to explain you the Basics of Handwriting in Italic Style!

We'll deconstruct the letters and build them up step by step, so to understand their structure.

Next we'll see how simple it is to connect those letters to obtain the cursive.

In the end we'll see what effect we'll obtain adding some slant.

For the final project you'll handwrite a song or a poem that has a meaning to you or something totally different, like a recipe!, and then send it to one of your classmates.

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Very Practical and easy to follow steps!
As an adult American male with common adult American male handwriting. A.K.A. sloppy boy handwriting, this class has really helped me improve my penmanship and add confidence to my professional notes. I am very fast and accurate at touch typing however, I've always been sort of ashamed of my writing. I recommend this course for anyone who wants to fix their adult penmanship.
Ciao Stefania, grazie per la tua lezione. Era da un po' che cercavo un video per imparare le basi. Mai avrei pensato di trovarlo in un sito americano fatto da un italiana e pure in inglese. Che meraviglia.

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Hi! I'm Stefania!

I love letters since I was a child, but I never thought one day that coul become something serious... Fondamentally because I wasn't taking seriously what I like.

But fortunately in the last 2-3 years I decided that, hey, those thing ARE IMPORTANT to me, no matter what the world thinks! So now I'm try to find a way to do what I am passionate and curious about: I'm studying calligraphy and painting, mostly as a self-taught.

...But not completely: I have t...

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