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Please RIGHT if I'm WRONG - Copperplate

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ash0kgiri:
Hello Everyone,

Its been couple of weeks that i have joined this amazing Forum and its pleasure to interact with like minded people.
And today after downloading Erica's drill sheet (thanks to @prasad for helping me find out) for me it was quite a productive day.
I just finished 7 worksheets of Drills and here it is for every one to comment and Criticise and help me understand areas of improvement.

Before i got hold of these amazing worksheets i used to write words, alphabets or poems for practise (which will be uploaded soon for your valuable comments) and today i realise how important it is to practise drills and improve muscle memory.

So don't forget to 'Right' what is 'Wrong'.

Thanks,
Ashok

ash0kgiri:
Hi

Here are few more drills and practise sheets.
Would appreciate if you could comment and give me your honest feedback and areas of improvisation.

As i said, please RIGHT if anything is wrong.

Ashok

ericp:
I love the flourishing in the practice sheet 3 (including the ink spots caused by the upstroke  ;) )

ash0kgiri:
Thanks Eric for taking time to comment.
Let me know if i could improvise it in anyway.

Ashok

AndyT:
I've probably visited this thread half a dozen times now, and each time backed away thinking I'm not competent to comment.  Which is true!

All the same, sheets 3 and 4 look particularly attractive to me: written with confidence and panache.  I see very little to critique in those.  As for sheets 1 and 2, your slant wanders a bit, but I'm guessing that you're well aware of that and have probably gone a long way towards curing it.  For my taste the writing is heavy for copperplate, but that's a judgment for you to make.  With a bit of luck some of the copperplate specialists will turn up and have something to say for themselves before long.

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