This is a line from the book I'm reading "The Artists Way" by Julia Cameron. This is my first draft before listening to the lecture or watching the great video of Doyald Young. I want to do something swishy and interconnected, I want it to have a free and whimsical personality. Now I know I should study the Copperplate script a little better and focus on my grid, slant and stress. I need too look over a lot more examples to get a good idea of flourishes. These ones might be a bit much and a bit random.