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how can i improve my hand writting

i want to improve my hand writing handwriting

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Sandhya’s Answer

Hello a.A,


Few tips to improve handwriting
• Before you start writing, invest in materials that will help you practice. Some people believe that a fountain pen is superior for handwriting, but this may not necessarily be true for you. Find a pen or pencil that feels comfortable to hold, and that flows smoothly without having to push it too hard onto the paper.Once you find a writing utensil you like, you can start to experiment with different-sized nibs and thicknesses, as well as colors. People who are left-handed may be interested in buying specially designed left-handed pens, which are fast-drying to prevent smudging and hooked to allow lefties see what they're writing.
• flex hands and roll wrists a bit so they're loosened up- In the beginning, you'll be working muscles you never thought you needed to write in your wrist, forearm, and shoulder. Do a few minutes of stretching to loosen yourself up.
• Sit up straight and use your non-dominant hand for balance for more control while you're writing. When you're practicing, sit at a table at a hard-backed chair - not on a couch or in a recliner.
• Pick up your pen and check out your grip: the writing utensil should rest between your thumb, index, and middle fingers, resting lightly on the ring finger knuckle, Hold your pen and pencil closer to the nib, but not too tightly - your grip should be supportive, but without unnecessary tension. Don't squeeze your pen because this will just make your hand cramp unnecessarily.
If this doesn't feel comfortable for you, don't worry - there's no perfect way to hold a pen. "It really depends on the person,"
• Most people write with their fingers, which means that they "draw" the letters. Calligraphy artists and professionals, however, don't use their fingers at all. "Keep your arm and your wrist in the same position for every letter and motion," To practice, hold your pen and write big letters in the air. The muscles you're using are the ones you'll be using to write on paper. Picture yourself writing on a chalk board. You have to use your arm and your wrist to write because if you were drawing the letters with only your fingers, the letters would be too small for someone across the room to read.
• Start by writing a row of lines and loops, concentrating on making the shapes evenly spaced with identical-sized lines and spirals. Gradually as your control increases, you can start writing out the alphabet, and then connecting the letters together in groups (ab, az, am, etc).Make your letters larger than you usually would to get your arm and wrist accustomed to doing most of the work. Once the movement starts to feel more natural, slowly decrease the size of the letters to your normal writing style.


All the best.

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Jim’s Answer

Hi Aa,


Good to know that you wanted to improve your Handwriting.


I am giving it from my personal experience, check with your friends who has good handwriting about the Telegu which you are taking about.
Also try practicing the same style of writing in different ways couple of times not only from one friend but from couple of your friends which hand writing you find it good or think that they are good.
Then it will start improving your handwriting in a while and later on you can decide and will be able to make a good handwriting of your own choice in that particular language.


All The Best.

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