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A Huge Gallery Celebrating The Magic Of Perfect Penmanship

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Penmanship is a dying artform, as fonts installed in our computers easily fake fine handwriting, but there are still lots of writers out there who choose to take up a brush, marker or pen and create beautiful letters.

But computers also help keep the love of hand lettering alive, because we're able to share our passion for the written word with people who appreciate how hard it is to render fancy looking letters by hand.

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Reddit is home to the handwritten subreddit penmanshipporn, where scribblers go to show off their skills and revel in the glory of handsome handwriting!

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See 15+ Perfect Handwriting Examples That'll Give You An Eyegasm here


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The writing in the 4th image (blue ink on white paper) reminds me massively of the handwriting of Dr. Ching in Drawing: A Creative Process
If you "Look Inside" on Amazon you can see his lettering. The entire book was done by hand... all text, illustrations, "stencil" titles... impressive. It was standard issue and considered the "bible" in university level 1 ARCH.
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