task 03

Penmanship – Your running hand
The root of the word cursive is the Latin cursus past participle of currere to run.
Letters do not have to be relentlessly connected.
Your running hand can have rapid legible handwriting that is semi-joined or perhaps uses few, if any joins.
The choice about joining is yours.
Erica Baum

 

responses

 

Erica Baum

cycle 3 task 03, Erica Baum, Rather Fast
cycle 3 task 03, Erica Baum, Rather Fast

Robert Fitterman

cycle 3 task 03, Robert Fitterman
cycle 3 task 03, Robert Fitterman

Kristen Gallagher

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Lawrence Giffin

cycle 3 task 03, Lawrence Giffin
cycle 3 task 03, Lawrence Giffin

Eddie Hopely

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Lanny Jordan Jackson

cycle 3 task 03, Lanny Jordan Jackson,  Expressivo in Pistachio
cycle 3 task 03, Lanny Jordan Jackson, Expressivo in Pistachio
cycle 3 task 03, Lanny Jordan Jackson,  Expressivo in Pistachio
cycle 3 task 03, Lanny Jordan Jackson, Expressivo in Pistachio

Klaus Killisch

cycle 3 task 03, Klaus Killisch, Cursive writing does not mean what I think it does
cycle 3 task 03, Klaus Killisch, Cursive writing does not mean what I think it does

Astrid Lorange

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Carol Mirakove

cycle 3 task 03, Carol Mirakove
cycle 3 task 03, Carol Mirakove

Yedda Morrison

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John Paetsch

cycle 3 task 03, John Paetsch, World Dome
cycle 3 task 03, John Paetsch, World Dome

Rodrigo Rey-Rosa

cycle 3 task 07, Rodrigo Rey Rosa, untitled
cycle 3 task 07, Rodrigo Rey Rosa, untitled

Kim Rosenfield

cycle 3 task 03, Kim Rosenfield, untitled
cycle 3 task 03, Kim Rosenfield, untitled

Vanessa Place

cycle 3 task 03, Vanessa Place, Bild
cycle 3 task 03, Vanessa Place, Bild

Suzanne Treister

cycle 3 task 03, Suzanne Treister,  Algorithm Diagram
cycle 3 task 03, Suzanne Treister, Algorithm Diagram

Sam Winston

cycle 3 task 03, Sam Winston, Copy Paste
cycle 3 task 03, Sam Winston, Copy Paste