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Now, when we write our letters, we're going to want to think about how we hold the pen
and keeping that pen at a consistent angle. So, if we think of the baseline as our orientation,
the line in which the letters are sitting. And, we think of a vertical or perpendicular
to that baseline is ninety degrees, we're going to drop the pen angle down to twenty
degrees, to write these letters. Now, some writers will actually use almost a zero pen
angle. You can see what happens, I'm keeping the pen consistent, at a consistent angle.
I'm moving my hand but I'm not moving the nib, so that's going to give me some lines
that are thick and some lines that are thin. Now, if you want to practice that pen angle,
you might just hold the pen at a consistent angle and zig-zag, and see what happens. Again,
you want to work to keep the pen on the paper.