Thursday, August 15, 2013

192 Hatching

The dot that substitutes for the crossbar of E, F, and H solves the problem of rounding off awkward corners.  

Hatching is another in the series of letters based on Bright Idea.  It uses a scroll nib, notched marker, or other two-pronged pen to follow the edge of an invisible letter.  As with the other alphabets, this is easier if you can see through the page you're writing on to trace a faint image of those basic letters on the page below. 

After you've written the double-pointed line, you can add the short parallel hatching lines with a single-pointed pen.   

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