This is a composition I did a little while ago. This is done in a newly developed hand called Kereshmeh. I could not find formal instructions for this style so based my study on the few examples I could find. This style lends itself to wild experimentation but I stayed close to classic structure while borrowing the change in slant and the different pen angle used in this script. It took some doing but I am happy with the results.
The Arabic reads 'Bismillah Ar-Rahman Ar-Rahim' which means 'In the name of Allah, the most gracious, the most merciful'.
Here is a picture:
Here is a framed picture.
This is one of several practice sheets where I was trying out various forms and figuring out the script.
I had not been practising Arabic Calligraphy much when I took this on. This was a good warm-up as well as a humbling reminder of how much work it takes. One can't just wing it.