Author Topic: Copperplate Exemplar & Guidelines  (Read 4835 times)

Offline clonehappy

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Re: Copperplate Exemplar & Guidelines
« Reply #15 on: October 11, 2021, 09:18:40 PM »
I have opened that link so many times to read it and then it gets so late I forget and close it cause I hadn't gotten to it LOL. So, it feels or seems like what I'm learning is technically called modern Copperplate since I have been trying to teach myself from Winters' book. Thank you so much for your reply it helped tremendously :D

Offline Ken Fraser

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Re: Copperplate Exemplar & Guidelines
« Reply #16 on: Today at 08:30:38 AM »


I believe Ken has posted a sample of each somewhere, let me see if I can find it and will post a link.  ;)

I believe that this may be the posting you're referring to.

The same lettering, written with the same nib, in an oblique penholder, at the same x height for direct comparison.
I've copied it so often, the image has thickened slightly, but I think that it still demonstrates the differences. English Roundhand is first followed by Engrosser's Script.
« Last Edit: Today at 08:33:50 AM by Ken Fraser »