|In the workshop where I learned this alphabet, we were given popsicle sticks to write with.|
Highland is made with straight, or slightly bent strokes that overlap. It is strong, clear, and easily modified. Almost all the strokes are done with the pen at a flat, 0° angle. The horizontals in E F Z require a 90° pen angle.
Highland is related to Dry Land (January 26 #23), Heavy Land (February 23 #47), Disjointed Neuland (May 30 #126), and Heavier Land (June 7 #133). They are all based on Neuland, a popular type and calligraphy style. (I'd better provide that basic alphabet soon, since you've now learned five variations.)